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Clothing Duran Lantink

Coat Lisa Konno, top and leggings Schueller de Waal, skirt Duran Lantink

Dress and shoes Duran Lantink, tights stylist’s own

Jacket, coat, pants Marije Seijn, turtleneck and shoes Duran Lantink

Top Schueller de Waal, jacket and pants Ninamounah, tights stylist’s own, shoes Duran Lantink

Top and skirt Ronald van der Kemp

Clothing Duran Lantink

Coat Lisa Konno, top and leggings Schueller de Waal, skirt Duran Lantink

Dress and shoes Duran Lantink, tights stylist’s own

Jacket, coat, pants Marije Seijn, turtleneck and shoes Duran Lantink

Top Schueller de Waal, jacket and pants Ninamounah, tights stylist’s own, shoes Duran Lantink

Top and skirt Ronald van der Kemp

Freedom: Netherlands

We asked creators around the world to interpret the meaning of latitude through the ultimate language of self-expression: fashion. The result? A global tapestry depicting modern-day culture and identity, woven together by threads that feel as universal as they do unique. Check back each week for a new installment of the series.

52°22′27″ N, 4°56′08″ E
Amsterdam, Netherlands

Photographs by Blommers & Schumm
Styling by Dimphy den Otter

“Latitude to me means within the boundaries. Within a concept there are many ways to express—sometimes unexpected, sometimes foreseen, sometimes provoking. We like to look for a mix. The inspiration for this shoot came from a very simple principle: photography without a lens, the most basic [homemade] camera.” Blommers & Schumm

Coat Lisa Konno, top and leggings Schueller de Waal, skirt Duran Lantink
Dress and shoes Duran Lantink, tights stylist’s own


MAKEUP Suzanne Verberk Hair Hester Wernert-Rijn for Authentic Beauty Concept MODEL Nikki (Paparazzi Models) PRODUCTION Mini Title STYLING ASSISTANT Constant de Boer

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