This portfolio features a selection of editorial fashion productions for Harper’s Bazaar Magazine from Indira Cesarine’s photography archives.  These productions took place between 1997-2001 and were published in Harper’s Bazaar Italia, Greek Harper’s Bazaar, as well as re-published in other foreign editions of the magazine. Many of the productions for Harper’s Bazaar Italia where photographed in Milan, as well as in New York City. The magazine had their own photo studio at their headquarters in Milan, where they did many of their shoots. The punk story “Bad Girls” as well as the fashion stories “Stiletuto”, “Ombre Cinesi” and several others were photographed at the magazine’s studio. Indira Cesarine produced numerous shoots for the title in New York, overseeing all the casting and production on behalf of the magazine. She was responsible for the creative direction for the shoots she did for the magazine in New York, and commissioned a team to work with her for styling, hair and makeup. Most of these shoots were published in the late 90’s, before Harper’s Bazaar Italia stopped printing. The Greek Harper’s Bazaar shoots were produced a few years later, between 2000-2001, with stylist Irene Vass, who had previously worked with her regularly in New York for the Italian edition. These were shot on location in Miami as well as in New York City’s Central Park. All of these images were photographed on a medium format Mamiya RZ 6 x 7 film camera. The majority of the prints were also hand-printed c-prints by Indira Cesarine for the magazine.

For a look back at more of Indira’s photography archives – check out portfolios from Vogue, Grazia and Marie Claire.