Grace Gardiner Stars As the Hitchcock Blonde in This Retro Shoot

There’s something about film that digital just can’t reproduce. And there’s something about Polaroids that really take you back to the moment in time when they were first snapped.

In the following 60s-inspired shoot by Audrey Amelie Rudolf, we’re taken back in time to the one of our fave decades, complete with teased blonde bombshell Grace Gardiner and aggro floral outfits.

These aren’t just any film photos. In partnership with Cadillac (who had the camera on location at their NY outpost the Cadillac House), these photos were shot on the world’s largest Polaroid camera, the Land Camera. It gives the instant vintage effect that today’s digital cameras can’t reproduce, no matter how many Brannan filters you toss them through.

The IRL photos are huge — 20″ by 24″ — and kind of feel like a two-dimensional time machine. Check them out below.

Grace Gardiner
Grace Gardiner, Maya McHenry, London Zhiloh

For more on the Polaroid 20 x 24 camera, click here.

Photography by Audrey Amelie Rudolf

Styling by Felicity Sargent

Makeup by Nichole Zuravleff

Hair by Siobhan Benson

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