It’s been over a week since the presidential elections in France, and after a very tight race between the two opposing candidates, the politics here will take on a very, very different perspective.
Which is exactly what Terry Richardson was aiming for in his shot of Candice Swanepoel for Vogue Japan’s June issue - getting a different point of view. It seemed he wanted to shake things up a bit, something he carried on this image for American Harper’s Bazaar of Kate Upton and himself, relaxing by the pool with some appropriate summer literature.
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