Interview Magazine’s most recent photo shoot features the striking Catherine McNeil in a variety of bright, monochromatic and geometric ensembles.
Each outfit featured in the editorial showcases one brilliant color, complemented by a dark black border. For instance, one outfit consists of a bright purple top, shadowed by a black blazer. In the editing phase of the photo shoot, editors slashed each photo with white triangles, making it look as if some clawed animal attacked the page, or, alternatively, as if Picasso were allowed to add his finished touches to the photographs. These geometric slashes add an asymmetrical feel to the photo shoot, complementing the color-blocked ensembles featured so prominently in each frame.
This editorial hints at some exciting new fashion styles that will be arriving for the Fall/Winter season. Bright, primary-esque colors, geometric shapes and dark officewear are all fun and casual new fads that will be hitting clothing racks in only a few short weeks.
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