Magdalena Frackowiak models business tribal fashions for this coming October issue of Numéro Tokyo Magazine. Shot by Sofia & Mauro and curated by Felipe Mendes, the editorial features designs by Gucci, Chanel and Celine to name a few. The model stars in shots that emulate silent films of the twenties while wearing black, loose-fitting trousers and penny loafer style shoes. The shoot then digresses into evocative color shoots in tribal-inspired plaid outfits with rambunctious, colorful necklaces and animated makeup.
Then we see Frackowiak in punk style attire and back again to strictly business. The overall editorial is diverse in outfits and concept of style, but in all the photos, Frackowiak is animated and engaging, even in conservative poses. The overall theme of the editorial is an adaptation of the fall looks we’ve already witnessed like plaid or men's prints, stylings of the twenties and punk with a little twist.
Tribal-Inspired Business Fashion
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