Qozop, an Asia-based photographer who describes himself as "nothing special...just an artist who has caught a picture-making sickness," rocked the fashion world this week when he styled a photo series concerning the intersection of age and fashion. His collection, aptly called "Spring - Autumn," first showcases hipster (grand)children standing besides their (grand)parents — then, in a sequential image, the artist has his subjects exchange clothes. The results offer striking comment on our inherited notions of age, fashion and beauty. 

 

 

Malay mother and daughter


 

Indian grandfather and grandson




Chinese grandfather and grandson




Chinese grandmother and granddaughter




Indian grandmother and granddaughter


All images courtesy of Demilked.com

Tagged in: stereotypes, Spring, qozop, fashion photography, asia, ageism   

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