You don’t go to Moschino for understated. Red and blue polka dots, stripes, ten-gallon hats, turban scarves, fleur-de-lis doorknocker earrings, gold mirrored shades—it was all happening, often in a single outfit.
The biggest surprise about Milan’s galleries is how few Italian artists show there. Scattered about town or gathered in a few clusters, they wield enough international clout to make up for the time it takes to travel between them.
This photo-session is taken in Toscana, Italy by the Swidish photographer Kalle Gustafsson. The photographer has a quite remarkable collection of work on fashion, advertising, beauty and travel. I really love the color treatments. Enjoy it…!