V Magazine #79 Fall 2012
Photographer: Mario Sorrenti
Stylist: Jane How
Hair: Jimmy Paul
Make-up: Aaron de Mey
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The vivid myriad of succulent colors along with the feel of eccentric aristocracy and sophisticated selection of women shoes is a perfect presentation of the Aquazzura Shoes Fall/Winter 2012. The campaign captured by the super talented Spanish photographer Diego Diaz Marin is entitled “Royal Rebellion”. The ad campaign gives a hint of the alluring style of the aristocratic girls gone wild with the humorous sense. Due to this witty dynamism merged with the refined elegance and modern boldness we are introduced to the Aquazzura’s significance expressed by the combination of the Latin sensuality and finesse of the European design.
“We wanted to give the mood of this beautiful, wild, rebellious and very sexy aristocrat lost in her Palazzo in Tuscany. Palazzo Pfanner in Lucca was the perfect background and Diego’s special lights was the perfect fun touch.
Following the Colombian origins of the creative director of the brand, Edgardo Osorio, Aquazzura’s trademark signifies with the specialty of a luxury footwear brand infusing the captivity of a cultural mixture unveiling Latin, American and European influences as a one inseparable fashion integrity.
Images are the courtesy of a fashion photographer Diego Diaz Marin
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The innovative feel of Sylvio Giardina’s significance for Fall/Winter 2012/2013 collection is outlined by the fascination of the silhouette reinvention. By morphing the shapes and volumes, the designer creates a newfangled vision of clothing merging his fascinations of Gaetano Pesce‘s works of the late Sixties as well as Steve McCurry‘s portrait photos. The collection conveys recreation of the classic designs by implementing fresh fashion rhythms along with the feeling of vibration. The line is accentuated with the sophisticated fabrics including wool jersey, expanded polyethylene and organic structures as a must as well a soft refinement of mohair, velvet and wool. The pallete of colors is balanced between South-Eastern Asia shades as the sign of great fascination into Steve McCurry‘s portrait photography revealing black, dove-color, bronze, violet, ivory, turquoise, copper-red, beige, air force blue and different shades of green from another, strictly fashionable angle.
photo Dominga Colonna per betterbadgood.it
stylist Marco Grisolia
model Eleonora Rio
fashion coordinator Romina Toscano @Studio DModa
hair & make-up Antonio Ciaramella
Click here to see entire collection www.sylviogiardina.com
The electrifying collection with the equally captivating title “Electric Youth” under the cutting-edge signature of a fashion designer Angelos Frentzos unveils the concept of neon light. Within its significance in our lifestyle and perception, the fluid light covers many possible areas ranging from everyday routine to the works of art. Since the first appearance of neon light in London, in Piccadilly Circus celebrates the centenary, we may clearly notice that neon became a part of our lives by encountering the vivid palette of colors on the streets, advertising , common light systems as well as visual productivity and creative fields of fashion, art and photography.
The collection through the title and concept expresses admiration in neon impact and its rejoicing of lights. The mood focuses on the hi-profile of sportswear – edgy and cultural with the hint of playfulness. There is also a continuation of gothic alternative that is a common denominator of Angelos Frentzos’ collections as well as architectural feel of clothing with not so oversize kind of shape. Take a look!
Special thanks to Angelos Frentzos Press Office.
Images are the courtesy of Angelos Frentzos
“Lanvin Fall/Winter 2012 campaign celebrates Individuals with individuality.
Reality… Not Reality Stars.”
The credits of the campaign :
Photographer – Steven Meisel
Creative Direction – House and Holme, Ronnie Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme
Make-Up – Pat McGrath
Hair – Guido Palau
Set Design – Mary Howard
Images are the courtesy of Lanvin