To inspire a photographer with every one of your delicate moves, to dance amidst the shadows looking unconsciously graceful, to let the light caress your skin – eyes closed, completely lost to the moment, or to flip your hair untroubled while your legs for miles peek from underneath floor-length silhouettes, is to be more than a model, a muse perhaps, both strikingly beautiful and thrilling to watch.
Agatha Blanco got to play Jo Chukualim‘s muse, wearing Emily Tan’s gorgeous designs and lightening up a black & white editorial that perfectly captures the art of movement.
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"Always pay attention to where the photographer has placed their lighting and ask if theres movements or angels that her/she prefer that you avoid."