Siren… of the silver screen

It’s the last surviving Grand hotel in Australia. And though the threat of being swallowed up by the glassy coldness of modern development looms, it hasn’t yet given up its heritage Victorian charm or its nickname of The Duchess of Spring Street.

And that’s what makes The Hotel Windsor in Melbourne such a perfect backdrop for a vintage-inspired shoot like this one. For the 29th issue of FASHIONTREND Magazine (fashiontrend.com.au) model Stephanie Murphy transforms into a sultry siren; a siren of the cinematic variety, posed by photographer Christian Blanchard against the hotel’s luxuriousness. With glamorous styling by Kate Gaskin she is – as the Editor’s Letter by Nikita Papas poetically describes – “an invitation to dream”.

Siren by Christian Blanchard

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29
Siren by Christian Blanchard for FASHIONTREND 29

With a classically stunning beauty directive created by Christine Gaunt using YSL Beauté, and hair by Malisa Masci for Eleven Australia, there’s more than ample inspiration in FASHIONTREND’s pages for becoming your own siren of the silver screen. Click on the thumbnails to preview the full shoot.

FASHIONTREND’s 29th issue is out now, also featuring coverage of Melbourne Spring Fashion Week and the Fall / Winter collections from Paris and London. You can pick up a copy at Magnation or leading newsagents across Australia.

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