Introducing DOWNTOWN, a new fragrance by Calvin Klein.
Featuring Rooney Mara and directed by David Fincher.
Music: “Runaway” by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Vintage sophistication accentuated by the whimsical graphic art and vivid range of colors are the main indicators of the “Gypset” collection by fashion label Forget Me Not. The ethereal gypsy dream of the collection for Summer 2013 is signified by the romantic touches azure blue, powdery shades, coral tones along with the intricate compositions of digital art by Coco Pit, the main designer of the label, that is also a graphic artist and illustrator. The collection apart from the beautiful silk scarves is also enriched by the beach accessories including kaftans, towels, turbans as well as a lifestyle accent of cushions.
Many thanks for the image courtesy of Forget Me Not Press Office.
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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
The line signature of René Gruau flourishes with the numerous inspirations in the fashion world until the present day. Starting from Christian Dior‘s fashion staple , the captivating illustrations of female profiles and elegant silhouettes to current fashion photography including the latest editorial from Dazed and Confused June 2012. The story “A Scanner Darkly” unveils the concept of fashion illustrations by Gruau with the emphasis into the signature line. The strong dark line for René Gruau was the indicator of emotions, pace, spontaneity perfectly portrayed on the artistic work. Following the concept of this signature line “A Scanner Darkly” infuses the notion of photography and illustration creating a peculiar mixed-media illusion thanks to the rough drawing makeup effect by makeup artists Yadim and tousled hair byYannick D’Is . When I saw these pictures for the first time I was in a state of entire captivation both for the mesmerizing tribute to René Gruau and current fashion presentation from pre-fall 2012 collections of Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, and Céline.
“Just a line? But it is the basis of all art, with a single line we can express grandeur, nobility, sensuality, the line synthesizes sensations and concentrates knowledge”
Dazed and Confused June 2012
Editorial: “A Scanner Darkly”
Photographer: Daniel Jackson
Models: Ava Smith, Codie Young, and Madison Headrick
Make up artist: Yadim
Stylist Karen Langley (Total Management)
Hair by Yannick D’Is
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