Head to any well-stocked magazine stand, flip through an assortment of monthly glossies, and you will see plenty of perfect imperfection. Among publications whose content isn’t exclusively driven by celebrity culture — the kind that pride themselves on being visually daring, maybe even a little “downtown” — a kind of showy anti-glamour is the dominant visual aesthetic.
You will see actresses with sun spots and visible pores, superstars with scars and unruly eyebrows: Jessica Chastain, lined and freckled, shot by Peter Lindbergh for Interview; Lucas Michael portraits of a ruddy-faced, sweat-drenched Liev Schreiber in New York.
“Hollywood Talent, In the Raw: Imperfect portraits of Hollywood’s most beautiful” —American Photo Magazine
Shared on Mar 20, 2014