Fashion Photography: Merging by Synchrodogs.

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CREDITS:

Photo – Synchrodogs
Style – Julie Pelipas
Model – Lola Dikova
Make-up / Hair – Helen Khodos
Post-production – Igor Primak
Clothes/Paper objects – Masha Reva
Assistance – Anna Shapovalova
Backstage video – Maximus Chatsky

Published in Contributor Mag #5

Project`s mood board story www.w-o-s.ru

www.mashareva.com

The Images are the courtesy of Masha Reva.

Many Thanks!

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Fashion Designer: Marco Grisola Spring/ Summer 2014

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Press Release:

Images are the courtesy of the designer.

 

Marco Grisolia – Blooming Edge Spring Summer 2014 Collection

Strictness and sensuality. Simplification and decorativism. Once again a stylistic tension pervades the work of Marco Grisolia. The collection – contemporary, but far from mere minimalism – evokes echoes of the past. Alma-Tadema, with his depictions of decadence and classicism, as an escape from reality, engraves the sense of scenic composition and the romantic tone, while in the background stands the garden of the Hesperides with the inaccessible grace of its mythological inhabitants.

The aristocratic length of the wrap-over skirt and the noblewoman rain-coat transfigure the ideal of an ancient beauty with modern cuts and unusual fabric combinations.

The peplum pants, the flared shirtwaist and the sophisticated bustier gown are examples of an apparent formalism, free from asphyxiated codes and characterized by contrasts and oxymorons.

Classicism meets sportswear through asymmetries, cut out and drawstring- hems on blouses and silk jacquard or quilted jackets which are the quintessence of casual chic. A fusion of genre also applied to the fabrics. Organza, tulle and cotton – with its variety of weights and textures – meet technical-taffeta, nylon and flamed denim. The jacquard silk is characterized by geometric pajama patterns and a vibrant floral creasing. The color palette is rich and varied. It includes white – from optical to natural shades- nude pink, blue tones, Sienna brown, chocolate according to green moss, Pompeian red, crimson and lavender accents. Glimmers of gold declare an alternative Baroque. The range of accessories includes cut-out ankle boots and the iconic clutches with eyelet strips making the grip comfortable and firmly. Delicate necklaces and earrings, made by Alecci & Di Paola, blooms like Capodimonte flowers.

Fashion Video: Lanvin Spring/Summer 2014 Ad Campaign.

 

Lanvin Spring/Summer 2014 Ad Campaign.

CREDITS :

Film by Steven Meisel
Creative Direction — House and Holme, Ronnie Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme
Make-Up — Pat McGrath
Hair — Guido Palau
Set Design — Mary Howard
Videography and editing by Gordon von Steiner

Lanvin SpringSummer 2014 Ad Campaign

I do not own the rights for this video.

Video and image are the courtesy of Lanvin Press Office

Fashion Photography: “Midnight Spring” captured by An Le in Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam January 2014.

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CREDITS:

Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam January 2014

Editorial: MIDNIGHT SPRING
Photographer AN LE ()
Stylist ISE WHITE
Set Designer DYLAN AUMAN
Make-up RENEE GARNES (Wilhelmina artists)
Hair by Elsa using Oribe Hair Care for Shuly NY
Manicurist SUNSHINE O. (ABTP)
Model BARA (FORD)
Images are the courtesy of Photographer AN LE
Official website: www.anlestudio.com
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THE GALLERY OF “Midnight Spring” captured by An Le in Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam January 2014:

Fashion Photography: “Step and Repeat” by Michael Thompson for W December 2013 / January 2014.

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Medley of florals mixed with the energetic vibe of spring time outline the concept of collage. Submerged in the cascade of colors, prints and fabrics, the models became the robot-like mediums with sporty attitude that explode with the energy like the flowers in bloom. The editorial “Step and Repeat” published in W Magazine for December/January 2014 issue is utterly overflowing with flower power sophistication. The top to toe flowery concept  unveils the vintage touch of up-to-date fashions not only by garment itself, but also by embellished masks as well.

CREDITS:

W December 2013 / January 2014 :

Editorial : Step and Repeat

Models : Katrin Thormann, Marina Krtinic, Maria Flavia & Suzanne Diaz
Photographee : Michael Thompson
Styling : Edward Enninful

Images via thecitizensoffashion.com

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CHECK ALSO THE GALLERY “Step and Repeat” by Michael Thompson for W December 2013 / January 2014:

Fashion Video: ISSEY MIYAKE SPRING SUMMER 2014 CAMPAIGN.

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“The scenery uses the idea of quietness inspired by the runway. The movie portrays the story of two women meeting inadvertently, many times, in the same place. As the number of times increases, their relationship moves from chilly to a close friendship.

 Directed by Paris based filmmaker Lisa Paclet.

Music by Ei Wada – Braun Tube Jazz Band.

Video is the courtesy of ISSEY MIYAKE PRESS OFFICE


Ad Campaign: Blumarine Spring/ Summer 2014 – ethereal Toni Garrn by Camilla Akrans

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CREDITS:

Blumarine Spring/ Summer 2014

Photography by Camilla Akrans

Model Toni Garrn

Images via fashiongonerogue.com

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CHECK ALSO THE GALLERY Blumarine Spring/ Summer 2014 – ethereal Toni Garrn by Camilla Akrans:

Fashion Video: Vogue Italia January 2014 The Collections by Steven Meisel.

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CREDITS

Backstage video of Vogue Italia’s January 2014 cover

Model : Julia Nobis, Vanessa Axente, Sasha Luss, Iselin Steiro, Lexi Boling, Jamie Bochert, Ashleigh Good, Cindy Bruna and Caroline de Maigret

Photographed by Steven Meisel.

I do not claim rights to this video.

Enjoy the video!

Fashion Photography: Schield Spring/Summer 2014 titled “Fuga Tropicale” by Diego Diaz Marin.

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Totally submerged in the tropical surrealism, the Campaign for Schield Spring/Summer 2014 remains the hint of voyeurism.  The ironic story captured by the Spanish photographer Diego Diaz Marin, illustrates the inner travel into the woman’s self as a role model Anna Rudenko.  Comprising all the factors  of espial, the photographs unveil the narcissistic attitude as well.  The presentation encapsulate the jewellery line in as a refined to detail accessory clue with the vivid game of colors.

CREDITS:

Schield Spring/Summer 2014

Title: “Fuga Tropicale”

Photography by Diego Diaz Marin

Model Anna Rudenko

Images are the courtesy of the photographer Diego Diaz Marin.

Official website: www.diegodiazmarin.com

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CHECK ALSO THE GALLERY OF Schield Spring/Summer 2014 titled “Fuga Tropicale” by Diego Diaz Marin:

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