Me and my beau finally got around to see Tim Walker's storytelling exhibition at Somerset House. I've been meaning to visit since I was there for Boden's press day back in November. Photographer Tim Walker has been creating romantic and fairytale like scenes for Vogue and other publications for over 15 years.
Here are some pics of some of my favourite shots including: Agyness Deyn in Nambia, one of which is behind a mosquito net; the late designer Alexander McQueen smoking a cigarette with death; and the Like A Doll feature for Vogue Italia which has an accompanying video here (it's even more creepy than the giant doll in person). I also especially enjoyed all of the inspiring quotes by Walker scrolled on the walls.
Did anyone else check out the exhibition? What were your favourite bits?