Tod’s: Cape Attraction By David Bailey

2015-10-23 fashion Fashion

There are Instagram snaps of bags you see online and there are shots of bags you see in print, and then there are these, which you could say is taking it to the next level. Lensed by respected photographer David Bailey, who has never shot a bag as the lead in his works ever, comes Cape Attraction, a project he describes as a first, wanting to show the unique relationship between a woman and this very special object. ‘It’s an intimate and profound connection, strong and sensual,’ he says, adding that ‘a bag is a woman’s object of desire and her most loyal keeper of treasures and secrets.’

The result? 4 very distinct portraits that you the viewer can interpret any which way you want, from it being artistically-sublime to head-scratching question marks, the whole purpose of this exercise is perhaps just to show you the Italian house’s icon in a different light. In other words, not just a bag that’s big on function but one that can hold her own too with her own leather-crafted curves.

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