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A polite rebel: Manuela Pavesi

Manuela Pavesi is a gifted photographer, stylist, Fashion Director at Prada and a style star on her own. She began her career as fashion editor and stylist at Italian Vogue in the early ‘90s working with artists like Irving Penn, Helmut Newton and Guy Bourdin.

Manuela Pavesi, Tank Magazine spring/summer 2012
Matilde Solbiati by Manuela Pavesi for Tank Magazine spring/summer 2013
Caterina Ravaglia by Manuela Pavesi for Tank Magazine fall/winter 2012
Caterina Ravaglia by Manuela Pavesi for Tank Magazine f/w 2012
Bianca Balti by Manuela Pavesi for Grey Magazine f/w 2012
Bianca Balti by Manuela Pavesi for Grey Magazine fall/winter 2012
Caterina Ravaglia by Manuela Pavesi for Grey Magazine spring/summer 2012
Caterina Ravaglia by Manuela Pavesi for Grey Magazine s/s 2012
Bambi Northwood Blyth by Manuela Pavesi for Vogue Japan octobre 2012
Chiharu Okunugi by Manuela Pavesi for Vogue Japan april 2013
Leah De Wavrin by Manuela Pavesi for Vogue Japan september 2011

You will understand more about Pavesi’s work with a quote from the photographer’s interview featured in Self Service magazine Spring/Summer 2012 issue: “I don’t like riches that aren’t accompanied by thought, and I don’t like bourgeoisie if it becomes narrow-minded and uncultured. I like mystery; I don’t like affection. All those things that come from it don’t interest me. People feel safe in affection. And I’m always looking for, and intrigued by, content. I love the unconventional and I’m always looking for it.”

images source: various tumblrs

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