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But, as all people do, I’ve grown up. And so has the content that I am interested in writing/photographing.
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Here is another photoshoot from my time at Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design. We were divided into groups of three in which we had to come up with a concept for a “Classics Shoot.”
In this team, I came up with the Calvin Klein styling, the makeup and hair looks and our lighting concept. Below are examples of mood boards to assist the model, photographer and hair/makeup artist in creating the look I envisioned.
I introduce you to “Suited Up.”
Imagine a powerful business woman,
taking on a self-created empire.
Glowing, healthy skin, sharp shoulders, and untamed hair.
Model: Sasha Pereiraa
Photographer: David Gilby
Hair & Makeup: Bethany Rich Makeup
Concept: Brenda Berkey, Cassandra Seidel, Victoria Sagmeister
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This is a photoshoot from my time at Conde Nast College of Fashion and Design in London, U.K.
My teams vision was to create a boudoir-esque feeling for a still life shoot. The faux-magazine was for a Feburary issue of Glamour Magazine.
Glamour. Sophistication. Italian. Sexy. Red.
All of these powerful words evoke an equally influential image. A brand composed of an obsession over the female form and an appreciation of curves. Valentino Garavani is a man who encompasses class, confidence and sophistication. As a designer, he made incredible patterns that showcased a woman’s shape in an ideal and flattering manner. As a Vogue editor once said, “Valentino was the first to do clothes that really enhanced a woman and moved with her” (Beyfus). With current head designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pier Paolo Piccioli using their past accessory design to its best use, the Spring/Summer 2016 runway show incorporated the creative heads best attributes with Valentino Garavani’s. Both Chiuri and Piccioli have maintained Valentino’s heritage through their continued focus on the womanly figure. They utilize shapes that highlight the beauty of the female form- a feature crucial to the Valentino brand.