A certain softness: Vivienne Mok

When fashion styling and photographic qualities align it’s like an alignment of stars; everything just falls into place. And while working with a well-matched team of creatives can cause that astral alignment to happen, those partnerships don’t always offer complete freedom or a result that reflects one’s vision. Vivienne Mok photographs and styles her shoots, leaving nothing to chance and seemingly guaranteeing a brilliant, beautiful synergy between clothes styling, hair and makeup styling, and photography in each and every image she produces.

Mok’s defining style is soft, sensual, feminine, tender. This shoot of Jone Vikauskaite and Anna Saminina validates that, punctuated by tulle and ruffles and set against a backdrop of vintage floral wallpaper. It’s a style that draws you in, and one we’ll gladly be seeing more of very soon.

vivienne mok jone and anna

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Jone and Anna in Flower Garden
Jone and Anna in Flower Garden
Jone and Anna in Flower Garden
Jone and Anna in Flower Garden
Jone and Anna in Flower Garden
Jone and Anna in Flower Garden
Jone and Anna in Flower Garden

Jone and Anna in Flower Garden was first published in issue 13 of Material Girl Magazine. Click on the thumbnails to indulge in more of the shoot.

For more about Vivienne, visit her blog at viviennemok.blogspot.com.

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