“Plastic Girls” is a unique reportage by Roberto Bigano, an Italian photographer, about the evolution of style and costume through mannequins from 1978 to today. The pictures were taken in Italy, Europe, and the United States.
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Glamorous and provocative vintage Spanish mannequins. 1980-1997
This is the third episode part of “Plastic Girls,” a forty-year project by the Italian photographer Roberto Bigano documenting mannequins. All the pictures were taken in Spain from 1980 and 1997, with 35mm cameras.
United States of Mannequins: a view into shop windows through the 1980s
This is the second part of “Plastic Girls,” a forty-year project by the Italian photographer Roberto Bigano documenting mannequins. All the pictures were taken in the United States from 1982 to 1988, mainly with a 4×5 view camera.
Evolution of Style through Mannequins. Part 1: 1978-1980
Roberto Bigano have been shooting “Plastic Girls” for over forty years. Mannequins tell a lot about the culture of a country and the evolution of fashion and style. This post is the first of a series and features photographs taken from 1978 to 1980.