“Let every Spring be judged by her joy, every flower by its colour, every hand by its caress, every kiss by its shiver” wrote Greek poet Miltos Sachtouris.
Who says poetry is an old fashioned matter?! Not Greek fashion photographer Panagiotis Jonsson Korkidis, of course, who actually decided to start just from the greek poet’s words to give birth to something new and innovative yet nostalgic and as intimate as poetry is in their latest editorial shooted exclusively for The Fashion Atlas.

The images do not so much interpret the editorial as illustrate the act of reading a poem.
The sensitive and suggestive lineation become integral part of a super-real camouflaged reality where the spectator feels enlivened by the vital rhythms of expectation and dominant dialogue between words and object.

Make up & Hair/Joanna Domazaki
Model/Dasha @ Vivian C Agency
1. Silk Dress: Yiorgos Eleftheriades // Earrings: Stylist’s own
2.Silk Dress Yiorgos Eleftheriades // Perfecto jacket vintage //Pants: vintage Dries Van Noten 
3.Top: Chloe // Leather skirt: H&M // Fur Slides: Bershka //Dress: Yesymphony //Earrings: Crystaltania, Synchrodogs 
5. Silk Dress: Yiorgos Eleftheriades
6.Frilled top: Zara // Leggings: New Balance // Earrings: Mango
7. Frilled top: Yesymphony // Leather Skirt: H&M