Vision sets this type of work apart from most fashion work and allows it to function as fine art, according to Halm. "They straddle the fashion and the fine-art worlds, and you'd never know if they were in one or the other," he says. In one of Sarah Silver's contributions to Click Chic, a woman wearing a jeweled red mask pulls at her neon-yellow outfit, shrieking with her head arched back. To further the model's apparent movement, Silver used a drag shutter, and the image seems to shake. The photograph, which appeared in the German fashion magazine Lush, explores tension and the concept of masquerade. "She took on the qualities of this made-up, fictitious character," says Silver, whose work has also appeared in Elle and French Vogue. Cartoons like Spy vs. Spy inspired one of Ryan Michael Kelly's photographs. The image, from an unpublished photo story, shows a masked figure dressed in black leather holding a model from behind. They represent a woman and her shadow, says Kelly, who has shot for Vogue and Men's Vogue. "I try to keep the images deep but simple," he says.