Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Dada for Fashion

Inspirations come from the imagination. Fashion also reflects many universal human desires and dreams. My most inspiring dreamers of the past are the surrealist painters of the early 1920’s. The element of surprise and the unexpected reflects visual arts, literature, film, and music of that era. Taken work from Salvador Dalí and René Magritte to influence the style that is absentminded and cathartic. The looks consist of metallics, pleats and sheer soft fabrics like silk, tulle and chiffon.

Concept bored

I worked on this shoot with two other stylist and a photographer, shot under the Millennium bridge. Each concept reflects the paintings below:

The Bleeding Rose, The Son Of Man and The Melting clock.

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