Kenton Magazine's Archaic Maharani Editorial Embodies Opulence

By: Jana Pijak - Published: May 15, 2014 • References: kentonmagazine & kentonmagazine
Kenton Magazine's opulent "Archaic Maharani" editorial is captured by photographer Denver Rodrigues' lens. The fashion story features red-haired model Beatrix who channels a glamorous Indian queen in the photoshoot.

Stylist Mani Jassal hand-picks the model's feminine and couture-enriched wardrobe of flowing gowns, vintage-inspired coats and opulent face chain accessories that are a nod to the Indian culture.

Showcasing a mix of both designer and fast fashion pieces, Kenton Magazine's "Archaic Maharani" editorial combines staples from Aldo, J. Crew and Victoria’s Secret with those from Yusun Kang and Mani Jassal. The result is a ornate editorial series that embraces a theme of ethnic opulence. A range of ornate and jewel-encrusted body and face chains stand out as memorable show-stoppers from the image series thanks to their over-the-top and glamorous aesthetic. Stats for Ornate Indian-Inspired Portraits Trending: Older & Warm
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