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Raquel Zimmermann by Rob Unett

published on 2 November 2018

“The image I chose transcends expectations, it goes beyond fashion — also probably one of the most iconic images from my generation. I feel empowered by this image because it makes me face my fears and go beyond them making me feel free.” (Referencing ‘Snakes 2009’, by Nick Knight)

- Raquel Zimmermann

“The image I chose transcends expectations, it goes beyond fashion — also probably one of the most iconic images from my generation. I feel empowered by this image because it makes me face my fears and go beyond them making me feel free.” (Referencing ‘Snakes 2009’, by Nick Knight)

Illustration: Rob Unett
Campaign Image for Alexander McQueen’s "Plato’s Atlantis” S/S 11, Photographer: Nick Knight
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