“Suspicion on Fashion” from Benjamin Kanarek’s Archives for “100 Cose” Magazine

Back in Benjamin Kanarek’s Archives with this Detective Story shot in 1989 for the Italian magazine “100 Cose“.

Stylist Ivana Spernicelli, investigates and gives clues to identity the style of the detective heros, from London fog infallible Sherlock Holmes in cape and hood to the “Streets of California” intuitive Lieutenant Pigeon arrives with scrambled trench. The sprightly Miss Marple leaves the Nile cruises to reappear in her tight herringbone suit, and so on… Until the tights of the “dysfunctional” Alan Ford and details of the dandy fine detective Poirot.

Suspicion on Fashion for 100 Cose Magazine © Benjamin Kanarek’s Archive

Suspicion on Fashion for 100 Cose Magazine © Benjamin Kanarek’s Archive

Suspicion on Fashion for 100 Cose Magazine © Benjamin Kanarek’s Archive

Suspicion on Fashion for 100 Cose Magazine © Benjamin Kanarek’s Archive

Suspicion on Fashion for 100 Cose Magazine © Benjamin Kanarek’s Archive

Suspicion on Fashion for 100 Cose Magazine © Benjamin Kanarek’s Archive

Suspicion on Fashion for 100 Cose Magazine © Benjamin Kanarek’s Archive

The Team 

Photography by Benjamin Kanarek

Styling by Ivana Spernicelli

Make Up by Pedro Pianto

Hair by Alessandro Squarza

About Frederique Renaut
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Born in Paris, France, Fashion & Beauty Director for benjaminkanarekblog.com Frédérique Renaut wears 2 hats: 1/ Consultant in Communication for the Luxury Industry specialized in International Communication, Media & Advertising, 2/ Creative Direction, Video Direction for Fashion and Beauty shoots for publications like VOGUE & Harper's BAZAAR. She has also worked as an International Executive Manager for major cosmetics brands (Jean-Paul Gaultier, Issey Miyake and Narciso Rodriguez fragrances) and Couture Houses (Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Féraud & Givenchy by Alexander McQueen).