A star from the 70s

Every shoot you have a chance to bring your own influence to. As I did here in the story for Harpers Bazaar early seventies. The hood on the head and the brooch was my idea. They wanted it a completely different way, on the dress. I took it in my hand and felt as if I was holding a real star in my hand and that i was the vast night sky in the center of the Galaxy. So there you go…fashion is not just fashion. I also did the make up here, working with lines and highlights. I was a perfectionist when it came to make-up, the base and the shadows. Painting my face was like painting a portrait, which it also was of course. I liked this star! The dreams it inspired me to. The journey through the Universe. I like the star journey more than my look here actually…

photo: Bill King


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Ingmari Lamy
Ingmari är modell och konstnär samt håller i events och kurser i inre skönhet. Hon har varit omslagsmodell för magasin som Harper's Bazaar och Vouge, jobbat med fotografer som Bob Richardson, David Bailey och Gil Bensimon och gått visningar för Jeal-Paul Gaultier, Yohji Yamamoto och Kenzo. Här delar hon med sig av anekdoter från förr och inblickar i de projekt hon driver idag.
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On a rainy day like this It's great to go for late lunch at my brothers restaurant @restaurangbackstugan in Filmstaden. A wall full of stars and a cosy moment with the family when all other guests are gone. This is the very restaurant where all actresses, directors and film workers had their meals in the beginning of the century. A place filled with movie history. #love #restaurangbackstugan #filmstaden #family #lovethebeautyofitall