Friday, 25 February 2011

Bonnie Wright for the Financial Times

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photos courtesy neyasnii

I have completely fallen in love with this homage to the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Bonnie Wright is the perfect modern day Pre-Raphaelite muse for the photos. To me she looks young but timeless.

23 comments:

Sophie said...

wow, these shots are amazing, like old paintings. Love it :)

ellieand said...

Young but timeless is the perfect description - the photos are so ethereal, so regal! Very nice style, love the soft focus

xxx

Is This Real Life? said...

These are such beautiful photos and she looks amazing!

Peacock's Hat said...

I was about to say, the most ridiculously Pre Raphaelite photos ever! This makes me happy because I am writing my dissertation on Rossetti :) I wish I had red hair though, although I'm not exactly tall and elegant... more dumpy and clumsy!

Maria said...

These photos are so gorgeous! I love the rich baroque colours and textures too, fantastic! I am so jealous of her hair here as well, I have always wanted to be a redhead! :)

Maria xxx

Chuck said...

I was thinking of posting this. A beautiful shoot - Rossetti done so well. Love Yuval Hen's work. x

Marinka said...

those are great! I love the soft blur

Krissy said...

Wow! I could barely recognize her! She's really grown up to be quite the stunner, hasn't she?

janettaylor said...

Beautiful photos!

Sherin said...

She's so perfect. I love how she's grown up in her post Harry Potter days. I think she's actually starting to look better than Emma Watson.

SeƱorita said...

It looks like a fairy tale.... :)

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Leia said...

Absolutely striking!

Leia

Jazzabelle said...

wonderful photographs, thanks for sharing! if i'm not mistaken it looks like these photographs were taken in the beautiful william morris room in the v&a, though i may be wrong. xx

Tass said...

Didn't realise it was Bonnie Wright at first. I love these! They look like Rossetti paintings x

PinkBow said...

gorgeous, stunning editorial

Filipa said...

this is absolutely stunning! serious shoe envy!

Cherry Pullinger said...

Those shots look great, she looks very regal!

Alcie said...

What opulence, I love it. I can see why you've fallen in love with this.

Claire said...

Half of these are great, but half miss the mark for me. The first and second-last are just smashing. She looks genuine and comfortable and spot-on as a visual tribute. The third and the last picture are so near to being just as good, but I think that in both the dressing of her hair lets them down - her strong jaw clashes with the heavy, voluminous swathes of hair that are gentle about her shoulders. If these was some gathering, or a full Elizabethan upsweep in the last picture they'd have been spectacular. That may have been less period/trend-accurate for the pre-Raphaelites, but I think it would have served the images better. The other two just don't quite add up, though I couldn't say quite why, and I'm apparently in the minority here!

Claire said...

Scratch that, the THIRD is the almost-perfect, the second one is just bad. That lipstick is unflattering and overbearing. Whups!

vint junky said...

The first image is particularly beautiful. You're right, absolutely timeless
x

My Hideaway said...

God yes these photos are perfection! Love:)

Oriola Ninon said...

Wow I totally didn't think it was her! She's so grown up now.

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