On the road to Zanzibar

We’ve already touched on how you photograph 2012’s tribal fashion trend, and along the way have provided plenty of examples of pieces that are a part of it. But styling it, particularly styling it inline with other 2012 fashion trends is a different ball game altogether.

For that, today we turn to photographer Hicham Riad and stylist Anne Rabeux.

robin holzkenby hicham riad

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012
Robin Holzken by Hicham Riad for Elle Belgium May 2012

Photographed in Tanzania, Riad’s shoot places model Robin Hölzken amongst settings and architecture that are suburban and rural, and are both at once obviously culturally focussed. But while the pictures are certainly pretty, at this the spring / summer season dawns the value lies not just in their beauty but also in what else they impart. Styling advice. Tips on how to wear this year’s interpretation of tribally-influenced fashion without any of the cliche. From the accessories to the prints, the devil is in the detail.

Take in the full photo shoot by clicking on the thumbnails and browsing through the photos.

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