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tl.mag #13 Belgium is fashion is design is art…

Jan 9, 2012
Vanhaerents Art Collection, an extraordinary contemporary art collection located in the centre of Brussels (Dansaert area), in Belgium, hosted tl.mag for a fashion shooting.[caption id=”attachment_2334″...
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Vanhaerents Art Collection, an extraordinary contemporary art collection located in the centre of Brussels (Dansaert area), in Belgium, hosted tl.mag for a fashion shooting.

Production & styling : Linda Van Waesberge
Photographer : Jasmine Van Hevel @ Claudia Trucco
Assistant : Luc Martens
Make-up : Florence Samyn
Model : Céline De Schepper
Special thanks to Walter Vanhaerents and WBDM

Necklaces: Olivia Hainaut - Cape: Colagero Di Natale - Artwork: James Lee Byars (1932, USA - 1997, Égypte) – ‘The Death of James Lee Byars’, 1994
Dress: Céline De Schepper - Glasses: Natan - Artworks: Raphaël Charles (1979, Belgium) – ‘Multiple’ Mario Merz (1925, Italy - 2003, Italy) – ‘Stuffed Caiman with Fibonacci’, 1970
Cape and necklaces: Colagero Di Natale - Tunic: Black Balloon - Artwork: Matthew Day Jackson (1974, USA) – ‘Donner Lake’, 2009
Top and leggings: Wolf by Sofie Claes - Glasses: theo - Bag: Céline De Schepper - Artwork: Wang du (1956, Chine) – ‘The Family’, 1997
All: a.Knackfuss - Artwork: Bruce Naumann (1941, USA) – ‘Diver’, 1988
Legging and top: Filles à papa - Necklace and shoes: Céline De Schepper - Artworks: Raphaël Charles (1979, Belgium) – ‘Please Tag Me’ - David Altmejd (1974, Montreal) – ‘Colossi’, 2007
Dress and necklace: Black Balloon - Shoes and headpiece: Céline De Schepper - Artwork: Claude Lévêque (1953, France) – ‘Grand Hôtel’, 1982
Dress: Conni Kaminski - Shoes and headpiece: Céline De Schepper - Artwork: Yinka Shonibare (1962, UK) – ‘Leisure Lady (with Ocelots)’, 2001
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