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Lilit Lysa is a photographer and costume designer from Ukraine. This exclusive editorial entitled:  The “SIRIUS”  was created upon the destructive sect “Order of the Solar Temple”. In 1994, its members massively ignited for the incorporeal moving to Sirius. The illusory apocalypse of the 20th century led to a large number of destructive sects, some were waiting for the Second Coming, the others believed in salvation by extraterrestrial intelligence. But all of them often committed suicude en masse. These costumes designed by Lilit Lysa as ceremonial attire for adepts to perform their rituals. They were constructed on the intersection of the archaic forms of religious doctrines, and futurism as a privilege of the new

See more of Lilit’s work here: WEBSITE / INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK

Team Credits

Photographer — Lilit Lysa  Costume designer — Lilit Lysa  Styling — Lilit Lysa Models — Nastia Temnaya || Kseniya Ursta Make up — Anna Boeva 


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