Beyond fashion, Zoë Ghertner’s photographs

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8 October 2019

Zoë Ghertner has quickly established herself as one of the most important fashion photographers in the world. Take a look at our gallery now!

Los Angeles-based photographer Zoë Ghertner has quickly established herself as one of the world’s leading fashion photographers. Her look is very particular, the artist is able to incorporate in the fashion landscape anything that is in front of her eyes: from an ice cream that falls to the ground, to a bale of hay.

Zoë Ghertner has worked with some of the biggest names in fashion, including Chanel, Dior and Hermès, as well as with the most famous fashion magazines in the world, creating the covers of i-D Magazine and The Gentlewoman, as well as portraits of Hollywood stars for Vogue.

Elegance has always been part of her cultural background, after the transition from the study of dance to the fine arts, Ghertner’s photographic career began with still life, and then developed in the fashion field.

Minimalism and compositional harmony make her images appear extremely spontaneous and natural, capable of conveying emotions that conceive fashion as an integral part of a global vision, not only beautiful to look at, but also intimate and strongly communicative.

Visit the artist’s website here.

Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al
Oltre la moda, le fotografie di Zoë Ghertner | Collater.al

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