In the bath tub: an unlikely place for a fashion shoot

Most of us get naked before climbing into the bath… but in Steve Marais‘ shoot Splash Out bath time is all about the clothes.

The concept was created to promote Gaschette‘s pop-up shop offering “The Splash Out Sale”. So you can see what Marais’ train of thought was in choosing to stage the shoot in a tub full of water. Not only does it make for a visually interesting shoot, but Stefanie Payendee’s accompanying beauty looks are boldly fantastic and well worth taking note of.

bath fashion shoot

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton
Splash Out by Steve Marais & Jess Lupton

View the full shoot by Steve Marais at the gallery above.

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