Psychotically in love with Cavalli

One can’t help but wonder if the inside of Diego Diaz Marin‘s mind is like his photographs: a world of impossibly saturated, unnatural colour and fragmented scenes of kaleidoscopic beauty. Inside that world are endless possibilities for storytelling through shape and pattern and colour – such as his latest work for Roberto Cavalli, a filmic story told through a series of surrealistic stills.

Titled “Psychotic Love”, this narrative centres around a woman’s obsession that darkens and deepens, represented by the changing colours of the images. Obsession turns to delirium which spirals to breaking point and in a final moment, suspended in ecstasy, she decides to pack up and leave everything behind. Everything, that is, except her prized Cavalli Hera Bag.

Roberto Cavalli Psychotic Love

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"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli
"Psychotic love" by Diego Diaz Marin for Roberto Cavalli

One of the great things about Marin’s work is that it never takes itself too seriously – there’s self-awareness in the satirical nature of blowing things out of proportion. With it’s deliberately dark yet superficial storyline and crazy aesthetic, this series of photos is both intense and fun. With creative direction by Rachele Cavalli, the full shoot can be found at the gallery.

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Some people's wardrobes are about a small selection of pieces that all fit within one aesthetic - Tania Braukamper isn't such a person. With a wardrobe that spans three different rooms, her approach to fashion is a mixture of current-season key pieces mixed with vintage finds she's sourced on innumerous shopping trips around the world's more cultured capitals. Despite a disparate approach to shopping, Tania is adamant that the key to mixing vintage with new season is to stick to key looks and colours that work for oneself. And it's a theory that she works into her writing for Fashionising.com, where she serves as the publication's Editor.