Ashlen Cerda’s styling of headscarves, earthy coloured clothing and piles of boho jewellery pieces constructed of leather, brass, and rough-cut stones is of itself rather dreamy. It harks back to something a bit ancient, romantically primitive even; deserts and fireside rituals, sleeping under stars and living off the land. But coupled with Marcellus Kimontait’s (marcelluskfoto.com) photography and Dennys Tormen’s digital art the dreamy feel transcends into something cosmic. The earthy feel becomes beautifully unearthly.
Shot for Yacamim Magazine, it’s accompanied by hair and makeup by Leila Scheer. You can view the rest of the shoot by clicking on the thumbnails.