When thinking about what is to come in the world of fashion you may find yourself becoming overwhelmed by the possibilities that lie within colour, material, pattern, shape and fashionable intent.
Immersing oneself in this fashion shoot by Stefan Dani allows us to view the window into the wide variation of stylistic compositions that can be found through apparel. When scrolling through this shoot (as composed by fashion editor Ana Nechita Amelian) you get an understanding of what it is to indulge in worldly fashion; clothing and style that is not limited by time nor place, but rather represents a multiplicity of ways to mix and match with both colour and style. Amelian puts forth the playful anecdotes of fashionable creativity within every aspect of the shoot.
Hair, done by Andreea Dumitrescu, is most notable – bright red and cropped short into a bob, the effect is striking and capturing – it sets the scene for this alternative and variant representation of styling. Colours of soft pastel all the way through to neon green are used, the same is true with the diversity in material; from leather dresses all the way through to silken jackets.
The presence of floral print reminds us that the block patterns of winter are past and we are slowly moving into the playfulness of spring. The use of dark floral print brings in a distinct femininity; these large bright prints placed of a dark background of blue or black create a particularly enigmatic sensation.
The same is true with the truly striking and almost arresting use of black and white stripes. This practice in fashion is almost a creation of geometric composition, and the end result can completely transform whomever is wearing it. This black palette dress with white lined over it represents all the things that are right about black and white print fashionising. It would be impossible not to stop and adoringly stare at an ensemble such as this.
Explore more of Stefan Dani’s (www.stefandaniphotography.com) shoot by clicking on the gallery.