Marie-Lisette Cropp is a fine art and editorial photographer based in Berlin. Cropp combines artistic influences with her distinctive dramatic style and striking, yet equally vulnerable, portraiture. Her work focuses on issues within society such as gender, masculinity and the representation of human form.
‘Gender Fluid’ sets out to challenge society’s pre-determined rules on clothing depending on one’s gender. Breaking free of the stereotypes of what a man or woman can or can not wear, letting gender assigned labels go and celebrating the clothing on anyone who wants to wear it. The series is inspired by renaissance paintings, but with the twist of this modern acceptance and desire for gender fluid fashion.