Emily Soto's 'Forest Child' Editorial Evokes an Ethereal Pixie-Like Feel

By: Paul Maccarone - Published: Jul 27, 2013 • References: emilysoto & fashioneditorials
Emily Soto's 'Forest Child' editorial feels like a photography shoot for the children of mother nature. The model for the shoot, Fern, is the perfect subject for such a spread as her alluring gaze strikes into the very soul of the character she's depicting.

With a combination of lightly laced clothing and a heavily saturated and blurred background, the captures take on an ethereal and otherworldly feel. The stylist for the project was Amanda Brown and the makeup and hair was done by Julie Wren using 'Clarins' and 'Bumble and Bumble.' It's clear that the vision for the project was collectively understood as all aspects of the editorial came together to form a distinctive portrayal. 'Forest Child' does a great job at showing both the avant-guard nature of fashion as well as the artistic interpretation of photographer Emily Soto. Stats for Ghostly Nymph Editorials Trending: Older & Average
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