Apr 2, 2009

I am listening to Istanbul, intent, my eyes closed...

















Lara Stone for W Magazine September 2008
Photographers: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Watch also the making-of of this editorial.

Source: W Magazine
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19 comments

Emily said...

What a great shoot! I especially love the 4th and 5th photos =)

yoli said...

great pics and nice blog!!

Behind the Seams said...

very fierce photos!

cleo said...

yeaayy for istanbul....one of the greatist city in greatist pics:)i love this shooting!!!

Merve said...

love them! :)

süperlermiş bayıldım :)

letslivefast said...

loveeeee
lara stone is so intenseeee

Mie said...

Wonderful photos!

Laryssa said...

love the shots! they're great. istanbul is a great city. the food is soooooo nice.

eysesan said...

ı live in istanbul and ı'm so happy.
this city is very beatiful and so amazing.

Cup Of Coffee said...

Gorgeous photos!

XX.

Lizzy said...

such nice pics.. I've just realized that I really missed İstanbul..
Great city with full of history..
Love İstanbul:)

Isa said...

omg! i don't like Lara so much, but i reconize the photos are amazing!
kisses girls!

anda said...

nesli, danke vell mol, för dini super liebe comments.
haha lucien thomkins. ech säg der, ech ghei amigs öbere, wenni dä live gseh. yummi ;)
bussie

DENiZ said...

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hande said...

so hot!!! both lara and istanbul are amazing!!boğaz ortaköy ve beyoğlu super:)

Victoria C said...

Lara is so fierce! I was in awe over this shoot when I first saw it xx

The Frocker said...

At first, I thought these were stills from the movie Angel-A.

Lara is proving to be a wonderfully versatile model. I quite like her!

Shin said...

Lara! She looks even better with the short hair in my opinion and I love the black and white too! xxoxoxoxo

-h said...

the last picture reminds me of one of my favorite photographs by helmut newton.

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