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Totally Cool (r) The MagaZine

The Fashion Well
Photos by
Alberto Rizzo
Hair & Make-up by
Matt

The MagaZine
The Music Credit:
God Eat God
Marilyn Manson
Holywood
Nothing / InterScope
Records worldwide.

Hair and Make-up
Artwork by Matt
photos by
Richard Renda
The Model is ALEX
Photo by Richard david Renda.
All rights reserved.
Eyes
Lips
Hair
Creation begins.
Start with a basic
point of view and
build on it.
To understand all of what we are saying just realize where you
are -You Are- In The Beginning. Going from The Year 2001
forward. That Is the beginning. In the 100,000's of years that
passed on Earth this is the 1st Millennium you have Electricity.
The Age of Electricity. The Future. So. Let's See ! Take the
shot ! What do you need ??? Okay, an idea. Got that. Next:
a Photographer. Hair & Make up. Clothes. A Fashion Stylist.
Jewelry,. Footwear. And Underwear (optional).
Like it would be
2 million years ago
or any day Tomorrow.
Simple. And Raw.
Colors from
the berries.
The soft
color of clay
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