Saskia de Brauw is undoubtedly one of our favorite models. She may not be as high-profile as Cara D, but she was discovered by Carine Roitfeld, has covered Vogue Paris and Vogue Italia in the same month, and she is extremely versatile.
We also love kitchens.
So naturally we’re enamored with this spread for Wallpaper‘s September issue called “The White Queen,” which features the model in collage-style shots that match completely white outfits with forks, spoons, and tea pots.
The bizarre photos were shot by Paolo Roversi and feature approximately a million different designers: Balenciaga, Simone Rocha, Kenzo, Akris, Fendi, Calvin Klein, Saint Laurent, American Apparel, Jonathan Saunders, Proenza Schouler, Dior, and a whole lot of Stella McCartney.
The collages were made by the British artist Linder, who, as it turns out, is pretty badass. She’s a feminist artist who became famous in the 1970s for making “punk collages” that condemned society’s treatment of women and had delightful names like Orgasm Addict.
It may be pretty subtle, but we actually do kind of pick up on a punk vibe in these shots. Maybe it’s just those Stella McCartney shoes.