Cathleen Naundorf photographs 1930s French Couture, was produced by the Victoria & Albert Museum. The museum invited Naundorf to use gowns from the museum’s collection. Naundorf had there the occasion of going through into its vintage clothes collections. Additionally, she also explained her thinking process, trying to create pictures that seem capable of transporting the viewer to a different time.
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