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Makeover Lightness
I.J., August 4, 2008
Reflections of glamour - by steven meisel for vogue italy
Reflections of glamour - by steven meisel for vogue italy
 
The July 2005 issue featured a story called “Makeover Madness,” in which Meisel depicts models before and after cosmetic surgery, speaking on cell phones and wearing fur coats even as nurses prepare their bodies for the scalpel. The essay is at once a fashion spread and a clear social critique.

Meisel has produced several books, including Herb Ritts: Work; Dolce & Gabbana: Animal, Rock and Royalty (Tiny Folios Series); and Steven Meisel, but is perhaps best known for his 1992 collaboration with Madonna on the controversial coffee-table book Sex.

Meisel's work appeared in the 2004 exhibition "Fashioning Photography in Fiction since 1990" at The Museum of Modern Art in New York, alongside work by Cindy Sherman, Nan Goldin, Tina Barney, and Philip-Lorca diCorcia. He has also exhibited at the Moderna Museet in Stockholm and the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television in Bradford, England. As the primary photographer for American and Italian Vogue, Steven Meisel's continued interpretations lead and influence our understanding of contemporary fashion. Each season, he has also created some of fashion's most memorable campaigns for Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Mulberry, Lanvin, and Versace. He maded the last July Italian Vogue issue called All Black’s Issue.

Italian Vogue_Steven Meisel
Italian Vogue_Steven Meisel
 
Meisel Steven for Vogue Italia
Meisel Steven for Vogue Italia
 
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