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METAL 37July 28, 2017
Remaking the past by Bruno Osif

A giant plastic hamburger and Leonardo DiCaprio is the idea that David LaChapelle had to depict the ideal American dream. Now, Bruno Osif reimagines it.

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METAL 37July 27, 2017
Remaking the past by Daniel Peter Schulz

Parodying herself with a great sense of humour, Victoria Beckham became a must-have accessory in this iconic campaign for Marc Jacobs. Spice up your bag!

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METAL 37July 26, 2017
Remaking the past by Lusha Alic

Fiorucci’s campaigns were all about having fun, and wearing shiny leather pants was one of the ways. Lusha Alic remakes the fetish-inspired yet fun image.

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METAL 37July 25, 2017
Remaking the past by Poncho Paradela

One of the greatest light artists of the past century posed naked surrounded by colourful balloons. Poncho Paradela remakes the fun Marc Jacobs’ campaign.

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METAL 37July 24, 2017
Remaking the past by Andreas Karlsson

A glamorous woman crushed by a painting is what Guy Bourdin imagined for a Charles Jourdan ad. Today, Andreas Karlsson crushes her with Kim Kardashian.

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METAL 37July 21, 2017
Remaking the past by Piczo

A very young Leonardo DiCaprio was on the cover of Interview magazine even before the blockbuster Titanic. Now, Piczo reimagines the sweet boy’s expression.

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METAL 37July 20, 2017
Remaking the past by Emmie America

Helmut Newton immortalized Saint Laurent’s most remarkable contribution to womenswear, the tuxedo, in a Vogue Paris shoot; and Emmie America reimagines it.

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METAL 37July 19, 2017
Renate Ariadne van der Togt

Renate Ariadne van der Togt plays on genders' ecstasy to recall the scandalous camping of Opium, by Yves Saint Laurent.

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METAL 37July 18, 2017
Remaking the past by Masha Mel

Being one of the most famous stories in Greek mythology, it’s been represented many times in many ways. Now, it’s the turn for Masha Mel’s photography.

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METAL 37July 17, 2017
Remaking the past by Ana Larruy

Having bees all over his body, Ron Fischer became the face of one of the creepiest but most bewitching portraits of our time. Ana Larruy reimagines it.

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