Vogue Japan's Twin Peaks Story Looks to the 60s for Inspiration

By: Jana Pijak - Nov 4, 2014
References: 2bmanagement & designscene.net
Vogue Japan's 'Twin Peaks' image series is a MOD traveler editorial that looks to the 60s for its visual inspiration. The captivating fashion story is lensed by photographer Ellen von Unwerth and features wardrobe styling by Elizabeth Sulcer.

Elizabeth dresses models Frida Aasen and Stina Rapp Wastenson in a wardrobe of 60s-themed staples that are paired with luggage props. Hair styling for Vogue Japan's 'Twin Peaks' editorial is courtesy of Ward who works alongside the shoot's resident makeup artist Frankle Boyed.

In addition to its gorgeous wardrobe, this retro traveler editorial is also lensed amidst a modern airport setting. The airport boasts a 60s-themed design that compliments models' flirty and feminine staples. Their fashions are displayed in a palette of monochromatic, neutral and colorful tones that make up solid and printed textiles.