Conceptualized and photographed by Tom Ford, the CR Fashion Book 'Lucho and Juliet' editorial is visionary.
Having covered a large amount of fall editorials, this particular spread stands out in its distinctly artistic approach and capture of editorial poetry. It is evident that the spirit of exquisite art direction is alive and well. 'Lucho and Juliet' is an idyllic tale written and photographed by Tom Ford. His perfectionist aesthetic combined with Carine Roitfeld's forward thinking direction make for this fashion story that transcends the conventional editorial by a long mile.
The Fall 2012 feature showcases a modern-day luxurious fairy tale in which the princess of Park Avenue -- Juliet -- is poisoned by a Dior apple. She proceeds to fall into a deep sleep and her royal counterpart named Lucho lovingly tends to her by dressing her in couture and eventually committing to an eternity by her side. In contrast to its dormant heroine, this intriguing piece exemplifies vivacious vision. The CR Fashion Book Lucho and Juliet spread seamlessly blends an edgy concept with a display of seasonal trends to make for a romanticized piece of revolutionary editorial work.
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