Stylish quote

10/10/2012

Caroline Eggert in Portrait report | Vogue Italia May 1997 (photography: Peter Lindbergh, styling: Anna Dello Russo)
"Photoshop has destroyed photography. Today our image of beauty is over sleek and over retouched. All the dream has gone, it's just brainless."

Peter Lindbergh

Photo source: Caroline Eggert in Portrait report | Vogue Italia May 1997 (photography: Peter Lindbergh, styling: Anna Dello Russo)

10 comments:

  1. hear hear ...
    but I like to believe we can reclaim it

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  2. This quote is too true, I'm not sure about ringing it back because of the criticism models get for being 'fat' etc, it's sad.

    www.victoriasbeautyblog.blogspot.com

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  3. These words couldn't resonate more with my own thoughts.

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  4. I agree! Life got boring in general with all the technologies we have. The romance, the intrigue is gone

    Xx

    Alexandra

    www.fashion-bridge.blogspot.com

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  5. now everyone looks like plastic instead of themselves. it's horrible! overload!!!
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  6. So true and sad because we can't really go back now. Hope you're having a lovely week Natalia!
    xo Mary Jo

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  7. So true and sad at the same time, dear Little Rus :*

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  8. I totally agree! The concept of beauty is becoming increasingly alarming. More and more I think the person who is beautiful is the person most common, with that special touch and maybe some strangeness, which I like to call "personal identity".
    However I can not help think that the photoshop is an essential tool in the world of fashion and that, although it can be criticized, it is still important.

    I'm following you dear, take a look to my blog.
    xoxo
    M
    http://www.asiwish-m.blogspot.pt/

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  9. Very true, especially coming from a master of 'real' photography like him.

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  10. I couldn't agree more!
    and thank you for your lovely comment xx

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