When the surface of your world is blanketed in snow, you know winter’s cold fingers are in full grip. It’s then that Fur – faux or real, whatever your heart desires and your moral compass allows – takes on a whole new aesthetic. Between an enveloping fur coat and a sweeping white landscape the wearer can become as icy as Narnia’s White Witch; but in an embellished black cape and black fur-lined boots, she’s stepped out of another fairytale entirely.
Forget the Terry Richardson you’ve come to expect: this shoot is one from the lesser-used section of his reportoir. Eniko Mihalik may be the constant, but the usual props are traded for an adorable arctic pup, a feather-footed snow white pony, and a wise, pensive barn owl.