Theatrical headpieces & dramatic beauty

There are a few elements that – collectively – make this shoot of model Marine a powerful and visually stunning one. There’s the hair and makeup by Chisato Arai, with looks that highlight first a blushing cheek, then a dramatic smudge of kohl, and finally a darkly romantic burgundy lip. Then there’s the styling by Marianne Malafosse that dresses Marine in clouds of black tulle or veils of white netting, the few hints of clothing never doing anything to take away from the shoot’s crowning glory: the incredible, theatrical, beautiful headpieces.

Marine by Milos

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Marine by Milos
Marine by Milos
Marine by Milos
Marine by Milos
Marine by Milos
Marine by Milos
Marine by Milos
Marine by Milos

In black roses or a black veil, she’s a woman of Victorian mourning; in feathers she’s the black swan or the Firebird of the ballet stage, and in crowns bursting with blossoming flowers she’s an Ancient Goddess to pay tribute to. Between the moody emotion Marine brings to the shoot, the fantastical styling and beauty looks, and Milos’ (www.milosimage.com) softly beautiful portraits, it’s a shoot worth viewing in full. You can see it by clicking on the thumbnails above.

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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.