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Great Expectations

a tribute to Great Expectations by photographer Loreen Hinz, stylist Tanya Prall, and their creative team, from Velvet Magazine issue #59 (Jan-March 2019 edition). 

Alfonso Cuarón’s  “Great Expectations” (1998)  is a contemporary film adaptation of Charles Dickens’s 1861 novel of the same name, starring Ethan Hawke, Gwyneth Paltrow, Hank Azaria, Robert De Niro, Anne Bancroft and Chris Cooper. It is known for having moved the setting of the original novel from 1812-1827 London to 1990s New York. The film is an abridged modernization of Dickens’s 1861 novel. Despite the lukewarm reviews the film received at the time, it is considered today a genuine romance rarely seen in Hollywood movies. Here is a fashion tribute to Great Expectations by photographer Loreen Hinz, stylist Tanya Prall, and their creative team, from Velvet Magazine issue #59 (Jan-March 2019 edition).

Photographer: Loreen Hinz

Creative Direction, Production and Styling: Tanya Prall

Hair and Makeup: Maik Meinhardt

Models: Diana @Iconic Management / Friedrich @M4 Models

Production Assistants: Alex Hoffmann & Toni Mayden

Quilt jacquard dress, Talbot Runhof. Green lurex turtleneck, Mykke Hofmann

Creme Sweater, Zadig & Voltaire

Diana: Quilt jacquard dress, Talbot Runhof. Green lurex turtleneck, Mykke Hofmann. Lace-up overknees, Talbot Runhof. Friedrich: Forrest green jogger-style pants, Won hundred. Watercolour sweatshirt, Won Hundred. Black ankle boots, Hugo Boss

Friedrich: Off-white sweater, Zadig & Voltaire. Black multi-colour floral trousers, TopShop Men. Black blazer, Dries Van Noten. Black ankle boots, Hugo Boss. Diana: Off-white turtleneck, Wolford. Black wool bra, light pink with Asian flowers pencil skirt, Off-white and green oversized coat, yellow with Asian flowers thigh boots, Kenzo

Tesseled sparkle tweed dress, white Austrian cotton ajour, Talbot Runhof

Yellow with Asian flowers thigh boots, Kenzo

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