Singer, model and large-breasted IT girl Caroline Vreeland is captured by Chadwick Tyler in a surreal editorial for the second issue of Unemployed Magazine, entitled ‘I Hope You Die’. Vreeland, who is the great-granddaughter of legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland, has a provocative, highly sexualised appeal and gaining a host of fans for her looks as much as her soulful voice.

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Unemployed Magazine is a new bi-annual print publication with a clear intention to expose the world to talented, emerging photographers. Having Caroline Vreeland in the inaugural issue worked wonders, with the first run selling out entirely. The hype around the magazine also saw all of the photographers featured within it contracted by Vogue Magazine to contribute imagery for their iconic publication. Founders Cecile Winckler and Sophie Tabet have created a stunning unbound poster format magazine, composed exclusively of striking imagery, and the result is beautiful, aggressive and engaging.

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