The grainy wash that falls over this shoot creates a spellbinding fusion of retro fashion and high-end Parisian dress. With an essence of 1950’s European glamour photographer Marco Adamo Graziosi and stylist Maria Host-Ivessich create a fashion shoot centering around street style and the wearability of this curious fashion.
The fashion, all designed and produced by Pupi Solari, is that which you would associate with only the finest of materials and designs from the fashion capitals of Milan, Paris, New York and London. However, the grain of the photography and the style in which Host-Ivessich dresses the model (Danielle Foster) transports you to a glamorous and opulent former time, where woman were rising into their own true fashionable identities and revolutionising the way in which clothing was worn.
There is a definite sense of masculinity and professionalism in this retro style: with heavy lace-up shoes and button up collars creating the link to an androgynous sense of style. This, of course, paired with the delicate and feminine presence of foxy sunglasses and seam-lined dresses.
There is a stimulating and inspiring quintessence within this shoot, with the nature and soul of Coco Chanel’s strength and vigor.
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