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Angela Marklew's 'Caught at Sea' Uses Nets as Apparel

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published:   Updated: Apr 3 2011 • References: krop & behance.net
Angela Marklew’s ‘Caught at Sea’ features a plethora of fishing-inspired images. Fishing nets become fashionable dresses and togas, shells become hair accessories and fish become arm candy.

Click through the gallery to see more from Angela Marklew’s ‘Caught at Sea’ photo shoot, which was styled by Autumn Steed and featured hairstyling by Ashley Hall.

Implications - The concurrent rise of environmentalism and the DIY movement inspired a wave of fashion that used recycled, repurposed material and featured Mother Nature as a muse. Angela Marklew combined the two, outfitting models with outfits made of fishing nets and using fish and shells as props. Her modern mermaids evoke beauty and inspire viewers to pay attention to the environment. Stats for Hot Fishing Photography Trending: Older & Average
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Concept: Hot Fishing Photography
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Segment: Females, 18-55
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