Shot on film, Miles Aldridge’s photographs of women stand out for his use of cinematic narrative and intense colour. Over 288 pages, I Only Want You To Love Me sequences together 36 stories originally published in Vogue Italia, Numéro and Paradis. A dedicated uncoated section reproduces Aldridge’s felt-pen working drawings. Each of the slipcased special edition includes a unique Polaroid taken on one of the shoots featured in the book.
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