“I think perfection is ugly. Somewhere in the things humans make, I want to see scars, failure, disorder, distortion.” – Yohji Yamamoto
Inspired by this famous quote by Japanese master Yohji Yamamoto, London based photographer Rosaline Shahnavaz highlights the imperfections of modern beauty against subtle tones of fluency. Inner being the reflection of profound refinement and outer acting as a metaphor for false symmetry. With a minimal use of color adorned by sharp lineaments, stylist Jaime Jarvis set out to give us her own take on strong tailored silhouettes juxtaposed by soft under-layers in delicate textiles.