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'Marie Antoinette and Zoya' by Sharon Nayak Lets Them Eat Cake

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Dec 26, 2009   Updated: Jul 14 2011 • References: ironbutterfly.hpage and behance.net
I love fashion photography that channels a more decadent time, and 'Marie Antoinette and Zoya' by Sharon Nayak does just that. This shoot takes us back to the French Revolution and Marie Antoinette, showing off Zoya jewelry in the context of decadence and regal luxury.

Check out more shots of 'Marie Antoinette and Zoya' by Sharon Nayak in the gallery above; keep clicking for other innovations that channel this time period.

Implications - Consumers romanticize about the French Revolution because it's a period of decadence and it evokes a sense of escapism. Corporations can capitalize off of this consumer association by offering luxury escapist experiences to customers utilizing French Revolution motifs.