Like most people featured in Men's File magazine and the Men's File Archive book series the individuals featured are all 'style makers' and those in Vintage Girls are no different. This publication is the first in a series of two due to be released in 2013 and 2014 on the subject. In the first volume all images are by Nick Clements with a foreword by cultural historian Prof. Colin Fallows. The second volume will be entirely from the work of Matt Hind. Both photographers have a background in fashion image making but Clements comes from a revivalist and subcultural background and Hind from the upper professional levels of women's beauty photography. This makes Matt Hind's work viable as fashion that can be understood by the mainstream and Clements' photography a little less compromising. In specific terms Nick Clements tends to photograph subcultural women who arrive with their own clothing and do their own hair and make-up in their own style, while Matt Hind works with fashion models and a team of wardrobe and make-up stylists. Both are valid and both approaches can be very effective. Such a mixture should make for interesting and entertaining publications. Furthermore, here at Men's File Archive we believe these will be the first books to address women's revival style in its own right and not present women as the 'girlfriends' of male revivalists or as accessories to objects such as hot rod cars or motorcycles. That does't mean that all female sexuality has been removed but it is certainly not the only focus of this work and when featured is often instigated by the model themselves.
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