The Portrait Series: Rebecca Hall Through the Lens of Cathy Kasterine
In Le Monde B.’s Portrait Series, multi-disciplinary creatives and members of our community come together to interpret the rich world of Le Monde Béryl. Imbued with emotion, the images document an intimate moment in time, as seen through their eyes.
Cathy Kasterine may be best known as a stylist — the fashion editor and former Miu Miu consultant is responsible for putting a young Kate Moss in chiffon knickers for Corinne Day’s iconic British Vogue 1993 cover shoot, an image of which is now held in the collections of Tate Modern — but, after a three-decade career working alongside the likes of Richard Avedon, Glen Luchford, and Bruce Weber, she’s begun taking her turn behind the camera.
In the latest edition of Le Monde B.’s intimate Portrait Series, Kasterine trains her eye on Rebecca Hall. Dressed in beatnik Breton tops, berets, and our own metallic Mary Janes, the English actress, who just made her directorial debut with Passing, comes face to face with Kasterine in a series of simple, black-and-white stills photographed in and around Bella Freud’s London studio.