The spirit of jazz

Sharon Lomanno inspired by the Jazz Baroness Nica and Thelonious Monk

he:
chaleco/waistcoat: juanmabyelcuco Sombrero/hat: stylist own
gafas/glasses: ASOS Collar/neck: paris vintage 70s
She:
vestido/Dress: jean paul gaultier color black for paris vintage
pendientes/hangs: paris vintage 40s

chaleco/waistcoat: juanmabyelcuco Sombrero/hat: stylist own
gafas/glasses: ASOS Collar/neck: paris vintage 70s

chaleco/waistcoat: juanmabyelcuco Sombrero/hat: stylist own
gafas/glasses: ASOS Collar/neck: paris vintage 70s

she: dress:
Cecile Benainous
He: camisa/shirt: Guess by Marciano
fajin saten: Guess by Marciano pantalones/troursers: Guess by Marciano

He:
shirt: Juanmabyelcuco
ring:stylist own
She: vestido/dress: Lanvin color white for paris vintage

she: dress:
Cecile Benainous
He: camisa/shirt: Guess by Marciano
fajin saten: Guess by Marciano pantalones/troursers: Guess by Marciano

Description

A photo series by Sharon Lomanno recalls another time; a golden age of jazz. Blue notes swaying beneath melodies that urgent rhythms drive forwards, song structures taken and improvised until new songs emerged, finding their own place in the annuls of the hypothetical Great American Songbook.

We who didn’t live that time imagine what it was like.
With Juanma By el Cuco’s styling, models Iride Fontana and Saintbeau Sambou have a contemporary vibe. But that golden age – where notes swirled with the cigarette smoke and emotion poured like sweat in the crowded heat – is what’s captured in Lomanno’s black and white images.

Still today, jazz is more than a genre, it’s a language.

Miriam Tiò Make Up
Jordi Arquè Assistant

Written by Tania Braukämper.

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