Maybe its because I’m an old soul at heart, but I’ve always wanted to dye my hair grey or white. So you can understand why I responded to this photo essay in the tenth issue of Kinfolk Magazine.
Kinfolk’s latest issue that is curated around the theme of ageing. The Grace of Gray is one of the photo essays, shot by Neil Bedford and styled by Rose Forde, that captures portraits of beautiful and accomplished women with grey or silver hair.
Production: Upstairs Production
Photographer’s first assistant: Chris Rhodes
Photographer’s second assistant: Chris Nutt
Photographer’s retoucher: Oliver Carver
Assistant stylist: Lauryn Tomlinson
Hair: Marcia Lee with Caren
Makeup: Gina Blondell
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oh my goodness i adore this! these women are so beautiful. i keep saying i want to skip over being middle aged and go straight to being old, and this is a perfect example of why!
This is beautiful. I am so excited to have gray hair, or if I’m lucky, white.