Vogue Paris December 1997/January 1998, Champ de Coleur
Alek Wek by Jean-Baptiste Mondino
Alek Wek, a real piece of ebony, who became queen of the catwalks from those days, was also kind of blue indigo woman.
who doesn’t want to become a reef species?
With this skirt, maybe someone will catch me still moving in the water.
how insolent this look stands, with all its subtlety, diminishing the agressive colors and lack of fabric from the season.
that’s my kind of outfit for a hot spot.