Crazy patterned coats, funky cutout bodysuits and bold-colored outfits make up an eclectic array of ensembles throughout the pages. Photographer Seiji Fujimori puts this ravishing model up against walls filled with technicolor graffiti, a perfect backdrop for the Martha Streck WestEast Magazine spread and its featured wild fashions.
Implications - Society has become so saturated with graphical advertisements that consumers have become desensitized to them. For an advertisement to be memorable to potential customers, it now has to contain atypical or shocking elements. Companies should incorporate these into their marketing campaigns if they want their product or service to spark discussion in society.