Recently I have been looking at a lot of work by LA based photographer, Cass Bird. What I love about her work is that it feels so authentic and genuine. I get the sense that she is just hanging out with her models and taking snapshots to preserve a moment - like you would if you were just playing around and chillin with friends. Even the more posed images seem as if the model was just in that position and Cass told them to stop in the position they were already naturally in. The spontaneity of her images is refreshing when it seems fashion photography is becoming way too over calculated. This spread was photographed for T Magazine.
Photographer: Cass Bird
Model: Daria Werbowy
Stylist: Sara Moonves
Publication: New York Times Style Magazine
Images taken from fashiongonerogue.com