The Way of Byzantium by Marco D’Amico is Religiously Fashiona

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jan 25, 2013 • References: & fashionising
Travel Europe, especially Italy, and tourists will be treated to authentic Byzantine art, which The Way of Byzantium photoshoot is inspired by. From the classic portraits to the haloed backdrops, the theme is undeniable. Nevertheless, a person couldn't be blamed if they didn't recognize it at first. The modern shots feature neon lights and stylish clothing, something that was never part of this particular art movement.

Shot by photographer Marco D’Amico, The Way of Byzantium photoshoot was art directed by fashion editor Romina Toscano. Stylist Marco Grisolia clad Next Model Natasha in rich layers of clothing that revolves around luxurious looking woven, embroidered and beaded surface embellishments. On the beauty end, Antonio Ciaramella gave her a mid-part chignon as well as dark eyes and flawless skin. Stats for Byzantine-Inspired Photoshoots Trending: Older & Mild
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