Prada – Quilted Leather Camera Bag – Beige by Prada
The geisha-inspired theme captured in the lens of Sebastian Kim reveals western fashion tribute to the richness of the Country of the Rising Sun. The marvelous unveiling of Japan-focused culture is one of the main inspirations presented on the Spring/Summer 2013 catwalks including fashion giants like Alexander McQueen, Prada, Haider Ackermann and Mugler. To be truth, despite that the Asian theme is a repeated trend, I feel always amazed with the results that one country like Japan can offer with the plenteous culture and visualization of art. My Japanese inclinations that are clearly visibly on the pages of EdelScope.com are probably rooted in my silent dreaming of visiting the land of Issey Miyake, Junya Wutanabe and Yohji Yamamoto.
Vogue Germany February 2013
Photography by Sebastian Kim
Model Franzi Mueller
Stylist: Katie Mossman
Makeup artist Maud Laceppe
Hair stylist Tuan Anh Tran
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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.
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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
Steven Meisel continuously amazes me with his direction of Prada video ad campaigns. The arousing suspense infused with the fashion impact of Prada signature always hides some mystery behind. The latest video for Fall/Winter 2012/13 Prada Ad Campaign unveils the concept of the chess fight between the personifications of Prada women – quirky yet elegant, cutting edge with the dose of fanciness . Within the next moves of the crystal pawns we learn that the models are not just playing the game, but they are performing the act of battle for death and life. Take a look!
Prada A/W 2012/2013 campaign by Steven Meisel
Paper Prada is an artistic expression of fashion and illustration unveiling an excellent presentation of Prada Spring/Summer 2012 collection. Maintained in a candy pastel palette both the illustrator concept and Prada’s clothing cover the fascinations of 1950’s silhouettes with the feminine twist. This wonderful editorial was captured by Marc Da Cunha Lopes with captivating styling of Delphine Roche and Julie Allard. The vintage inspired illustration was composed by the talented fashion illustrator Coco Brun who is also a creative mind of Forget Me Not and EdelScope friend. The presentations of her inventive work including beautiful collections of scarves you may find several times on the pages of EdelScope.
Coco joined the forces with the team of creative people including Anna Sbiera and Delphine Roche who is also a great contributor in such publications as Numero, Le Figaro. Delphine recently launched her own website http://decouture-fashionblog.com/ with the updates of her work and fashion interests.
Credits:Art direction: Delphine Roche. Illustrated set and props: Coco Brun and Anna Sbiera. Photography and post-production: Marc Da Cunha Lopes. Styling: Julie Allard and Delphine Roche. Make up: Corinne Fouet. Hair: Sergio Villafañe. Models: Léonore Masson @ Elite, Alexa Corlett and Solange Fréjean @ Marilyn Agency. Many thanks to Seiji Govaers @ Elite and Rama Diakite @ Marilyn Agency.