Model Carolyn Murphy and Tobey Maguire channel Grace Kelly and James Stewart in the April 2013 issue of Vogue. Photo by Peter Lindbergh.
I often wonder what future generations will draw their inspiration from many, many years from now. I grew up watching Turner Classic Movies, but what will "old" films be considered to people 100 years from now? I feel like there are certain time periods that keep coming back, whether it's the 1920s, 1950s, 1960s -- this is particularly evident in fashion. Alfred Hitchcock's work seemingly provides endless fodder for magazine editorial as of late -- Vogue did a Vertigo-inspired photo shoot (I wrote about it here), and Vanity Fair even did a whole Hitchcock portfolio not too long ago. There was also the release of two Hitchcock-centric films last year (The Girl and Hitchcock).
Model Carolyn Murphy and The Great Gatsby actor Tobey Maguire recreated scenes from 1954's Rear Window for the April issue of Vogue. I feel like there is something a little too polished in the images, but it's interesting to see the interpretation nonetheless. I gathered a few stills from the film for side-by-side comparison.
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