Part of: 100 Women
index
Image Gallery

Manami Kinoshita by February James

published on 2 November 2018

"I inherited my sense of style from my father. Rockabilly culture and music played a big part of my upbringing. When I put grease in my hair it makes me feel powerful, and I like to apply that sense of power and confidence in whatever style I’m shooting.”

- Manami Kinoshita

"I inherited my sense of style from my father. Rockabilly culture and music played a big part of my upbringing. When I put grease in my hair it makes me feel powerful, and I like to apply that sense of power and confidence in whatever style I’m shooting.”

Illustration: February James
Photography: Jessica Lucassi
Model:
Manami Kinoshita
Illustration by:

Explore

Essay

Essay: A Wanton Kind of Chase

03 April 2002
Forget-Me-Not: Helen Clifford on the legacy of desire within decorative design.
Article

Interview: Julie Verhoeven

03 April 2002
Penny Martin interviews illustrator Julie Verhoeven, examining her career in general and the Forget-Me-Not project in particular.
Article

Interview: Mel Odom

14 April 2011
Illustrator Mel Odom speaks about his work and career with Alexander Fury.