Fractured perspectives on retro-future style

The overall enigma of life can often elude one’s daily senses, the natural ho and hum of life will often implement a routine of normality into the world we experience. This intriguing and dissimilar fashion shoot by Sela Holkeson attempts to break away from the conventional: to change the perspective of viewing, to open the eyes to the strangeness and enigmatic nature of the world.

This crackling and fractured fashion shoot takes action on the edge of reason and rationality, graphic designer Hugo Jansen has allowed for the viewer to witness more than just a predictable perspective to fashion and gives the viewer a higher instance of the creativity it inspires.

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Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson
Close Encounters of the 2013 Kind by Sela Holkeson

The fashion and styling itself (done by Cynthia Staats) is equally unconventional in its temperament. Focusing on an almost celestial sense of style this apparel features unusual designs of a multitude of layers; coats that fold in within themselves and dresses made of sewn together patches. The look itself calls to an almost grunge, almost retro style: blocked colours, 60’s style heels, pin and bead clothing adornments and modern round rimmed hats. The hair styling (by Tommy Hagen) and makeup (by Christel Man) is perfectly in line with this sleek and modern style with natural skin tones and lip hues, and braids fitted cleanly to the shape of the scalp.

Spend more time viewing Sela Holkeson’s photography (www.selaholkeson.org) by clicking on the gallery.

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Born into the humble town of Franschhoek, South Africa it was little wonder that Chevaun Roux would find her flavour in life through good food, good wine and stylish apparel. After completing a Bacherlors Degree in Politics, Philosophy and Economics the world of freelance writing became the first choice in occupation, with no regrets and having never looked back. With a zest for anything with colour, vibrance and essence she found herself diving further into the world of fashion and design; from thifting vintage wedding dresses to pouring through new and modern jewelry pieces. This self anointed bohemian indentity believes in all the partisan revolutionary ideals of love, beauty and freedom, and when she isn’t writing or editing you can find her at the kitchens helm creating her latest milkshake masterpiece.