These September 2016 editorials range from moody rural photoshoots to whimsical ad campaigns that fuse circus-themed imagery with over-saturated background elements. When examining the month's most notable fashion lookbooks, standouts include catalogs that promote authenticity and self-expression. Rather than enlisting the help of a youthful model cast, photographer Ari Seth Cohen -- founder of the widely popular 'Advanced Style' blog -- captures a gorgeous, elderly subject who dons designer Karen Walker's latest jewelry collection.
Similarly, controversial skater Jason Dill is the star of Supreme's latest editorial series by infamous photographer Terry Richardson. Capturing a set of his signature impromptu portraits, Richardson sets a candid tone for this advertorial while expressing Supreme's youthful and authentic brand message at the same time.
Other September 2016 editorials to take note of include Stussy's latest Fall / Winter campaign which explores diversity and street culture along with model Kendall Jenner's long-awaited and acclaimed American Vogue cover story.
Top 40 Editorial Trends in September
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Masculine Cat Portraits
Worldly Headdress Photography
Dotted Makeup Portraits
Elderly Hand Model Lookbooks
Traveling Style Portraits
From Moody Rural Photoshoots to Vividly Whimsical Campaigns
Sep 25, 2016By: Jana Pijak -