Elle Canada Shoots Injured Couples in Its May 2014 Issue

By: Misel Saban - Published: Apr 26, 2014 • References: ellecanada & visualoptimism.blogspot
In Elle Canada’s May 2014 issue, the magazine plays off of the cliche of couples meeting ‘accidentally.’ In the magazine’s 1920s-themed editorial 'The Accidental Couple,' both the male and female models sport wedding attire alongside faux broken bones.

A mix of old-school glamour and haute couture, 'The Accidental Couple' photo shoot is a humorous take on the conventional wedding couple photos. Both the male and female model have casts on, as a symbol of their accidental meeting. As the female model gracefully lounges in a hotel room in beige and white lace, feathered and silk couture gowns, her husband rocks structured black suits. Despite having injuries, the couple poses boldly as a power house couple. Together, the pair look like they could take over the world with their "accidental" love. Stats for Afflicted Matrimony Lookbooks Trending: Older & Average
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