No new clothes needed. These beautiful images of Selena Forrest wearing old collections of Azzedine Alaïa in the outskirts of Paris, shot by Karim Sadli for Print’s first issue (from 2016 I think), are on my mind today. Have a great weekend everyone, take care of each other. <3
Featured from left: Azzedine Alaïa A/W 1998 and A/W 1983.
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