Then some more black, white and mirrors.
Nice one; funny glass edges always do it for me. There was - probably still is - a great set of them in the front door(?) at Glasgow's Pollok House, where I did a few fashion shoots as well as one calendar one. I think they also were present in other places within the property. It had the odd distinction of requiring two separate sets of pemissions-to-shoot: one from the body looking after interiors, and another from the good folks covering the gardens.
I think I owed my hunt for them to Sarah Moon: catch the model at the edge of bevel and main glass plane, and you get a double part-image that can be fascinating, especially in colour. Isn't diffraction amazing?
That'll be two hundred bucks, please!