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Costume National's Fall 2011 Ads: Double Overlapping Images

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Introducing Costume National's fall 2011 campaign—starring models Valerija Kelava and Paolo Anchisi as photographed by Glen Luchford at New York's Milk Studios.

"For this collection I was inspired by the modernist roots behind my essential aesthetic," Creative Director Ennio Capasa said, "and I developed a new couture by merging materials and using laser, ecoplastic, and technology. Glen Luchford worked with avant-garde photographic techniques using double overlapping images to obtain strong, graphic, and unique portraits."
· Costume National [Official Site]