In this new fashion photography series by CHRISTOPH KÖSTLIN, the inspiration comes from the isolated heights of the Himalayas and the vibrancy of Tibetan Buddhist Prayer Flags that represent luck, happiness, longevity and prosperity.

There are few things more beautiful than colorful prayer flags fluttering in the wind – sometimes waving gently, sometimes raging; a dance of shadow and light.

 


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The ancient Buddhist prayers, mantras and symbols produce a spiritual vibration that is carried by the wind across the countryside – silent prayers are blessings spoken on the breath of nature. The imagery shows fashion for a spiritual age, for summer festivals and intense days in the outdoors.

 

photography, idea & concept CHRISTOPH KÖSTLIN

production POPHOUSE

styling MINE ULUDAG @ www.ninaklein.com

model TRINE H. @ www.scoopmodels.com

photographer‘s assistant GERMÁN ALEMÁNN

makeup & hair JEHAN RADWAN @ www.jeycouture.com

thanks to Jeanette, Lartaun, Sandra & Orlando

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