Fashion Photography: “Ornate Expectations” by Andrew Yee for How To Spend It Magazine

The multiplicity of the baroque style is definitely an explicit manifestation of ornamentation, shapes and patterns gathered in the regal halo of nobility. As proved by the “Ornate Expectations ”  captured by the photographer Andrew Yee the richness of the Baroque centuries in a manner of a fashion presentation is the most recent nowadays. The pictures that bear a striking resemblance to Baroque masterpieces have the most captivating overtone of the modern fashionista.

Credits:

How To Spend It Magazine

Editorial: “Ornate Expectations ”

Photography by Andrew Yee@ Atelier Management

Models:  Nina Porter, Laura O’Grady, Louisa Facchino-Stack, Mary Ballantyne, Edda Oscars, Kiera, Elenor Hayes and Sam Rollinson

Styling by Damian Foxe

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Fashion Designer: Atelier Loukia “Urban Poetry” Fall/Winter 2012 Collection.

Having a great honour to attend to the magical presentation of  “Urban Poetry” by the legendary Greek fashion designer Loukia at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Athens, I had the feeling that I was introduced to the lyrical spectacle of pure essence of  grace and elegance by means of sophisticated simplicity.  It’s a very precious and rare concept in the Greek fashion stage opposing to the typical excess of “fashion” form without the deeper meaning. The collection “Urban Poetry” Fall/Winter 2012 became the fusion of the romantic heritage, vintage panache and metropolitan mistress creating the impressive finesse of the collection forming the notion of urban poetry – the melody hidden in the heart of contemporary fashion and art of haute couture. Along with the ethereal chic, nuptial smartness, the cascade of the sequined embellishments, ornamentation of pearls, pleated hints and embroidered intricacy, the silhouettes of the “Urban Poetry” were accomplished with the magnificent head pieces by Nicholas Georgiou and  gorgeous cuffs by Elena Kougianou.

Legendary Designer Loukia with her collection “Urban Poetry” Fall/Winter 2012

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Fashion Focus: “Butterfly effect” in fashion presentation.

The phenomenon of the brightly-colored insects is a great source of inspiration that can be easily followed in the fashion unveiling. Currently and continually I am amazed with the scope of the butterly concept in fashion and its perception into the manner of clothing and jewelry, let alone the fashion editorials.  I have posted many articles concerning the butterfly-adorned ideas that you may find on the pages of EdelScope.com.  Playing with the concept of the bewitching charm of the fluttering wings covered with the amazing palette of colors and patterns can give stunning outcome sometimes with the mind-boggling effects. Take a look into the fashion facus presentation featuring butterfly-inspired concepts:

FASHION EDITORIALS:

BUTTERFLY EFFECT – ELZA LUIJENDIJK BY BEN TOMS FOR DAZED & CONFUSED JUNE 2012

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THE ORIGIN OF MONSTERS: KRISTEN MCMENAMY BY TIM WALKER IN LOVE MAGAZINE SPRING / SUMMER 2012

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Karolina Kurkova by Roe Ethridge for Dazed & Confused August 2010

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Karmen Pedaru by Giampaolo Sgura for Vogue Nippon March 2011

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AD CAMPAIGNS: 

EDUN SPRING/SUMMER 2012 BY RYAN MCGINLEY

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Lindsey Wixson for Alexander McQueen Spring 2011 Campaign

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HAREM ROYAL JEWELRY

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GIAMBATTISTA VALL HAUTE COUTURE FALL 2012 

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Fashion Video: Nina Ricci Fall/Winter 2012 by Inez and Vinoodh.

Nina Ricci Fall/Winter 2012 by Inez and Vinoodh.

Credits:

Director: Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matdin
Model: Kati Nescher

Fashion Photography: Kristen McMenamy by Tim Walker for W Magazine, September 2012.

Majestic editorial at its highest level features a legendary phenomenon in the modeling world – Kristen McMenamy. The Joan D’Arc, the Dame of Thrones and forest nymph in one is captured by the maestro of the fairy tale in the fashion photographyTim Walker. The world of the cruel fantasy, Medieval mystery and passion till death is revealed through the present fashion translation thanks to the amazing job of the fashion stylist, Jacob K. Get indulged into this dignified fashion story replete with immense factor of the ascetic opulence entangled with the heroism of the troubadour tales.

Credits:

W Magazine  September 2012
Editorial:  “Dame Of Thrones
Model: Kristen McMenamy
Photography: Tim Walker
Styling: Jacob K

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