The images come out spectacularly, with the blond model looking like an exotic bird with her fierce feathered up-do. Matthew Thomas' simplistic photo shoot and backdrop is made dynamic with the model's unusual hair accessories.
Implications - Consumers are getting more excited about animal-inspired patterns that give their clothes a wild personality. Since using the actual creatures for garments is both frowned upon and boycotted by many, designers are going with more friendly approaches in bringing animalistic personality to their collection. Not only does this avoid cruelty to animals, but it also gives brands a friendlier image and it's more cost-efficient to use other materials than the real deal.