Anatomy of Change

published in: Fashion, Graphics By Stefania Vourazeri, 16 March 2011

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photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

Being a tattoo lover or a zombie fan? It doesn’t matter anymore since skeletal body painting and macabre tattoos are back to fashion thanks to the premier MUGLER's collection -men's ready-to-wear F/W 2011-12- ‘Anatomy of Change’.

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

Rick Genest, the Canadian born ''Zombie boy'' as he is most commonly known, is the new face of MUGLER's premier men's collection and the Muse of creative director Nicola FormichettiChris Roome from London based creative company Happy Finish has retouched these black and white images by top fashion photographer Mariano Vivanco, which are running as part of a larger campaign that include an online video launch featuring an exclusive new track from Lady Gaga’s new Album ‘Born this Way’. The new MUGLER campaign images are the brainchild of Nicola Formichetti who is also the stylist of Lady Gaga.

The ''Zombie boy'' is covered head to foot in anatomical tattoos featuring bones and muscle structures. In the black and white images, he looks like a Zombie Prince in a tuxedo and in leather pants. Shocking and bizarre these images are meant to revolutionize fashion photography.  Enjoy them!

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

photo by Mariano Vivanco, styling Nicola Formichetti, photo retouch by Chris Roome of Happy Finish // Courtesy of MUGLER

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