There’s nothing more I like than wet women. No pun intended. To be serious though, this collection of photographs–shot by Amanda Langford in 1988–is as relevant now than they were then. Every piece of clothing worn by these models could still be in a fashionista’s closet today. Fashion is fades, but style is timeless.

In 1988 Photographer Amanda Langford had an exhibition at the Poisson Rouge restaurant in St. Martin French West Indies, entitled WET WOMEN. 22 years later the original slides are found in the attic of her Miami home, some of only a handful of slides which she kept on her travels. These slides travelled to London with her son, and found their way onto a plethora of cutting edge design & photography blogs.


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