Numéro China's Gravity Issue Highlights a Dark and Dramatic Wardrobe

By: Jana Pijak - Nov 6, 2015
References: visualoptimism.blogspot
Lia Pavlova channels an urban goth in Numéro China's latest fashion exclusive. Whether posing on the rooftops of urban skyscrapers or in the stark halls of an office building, Lia embodies her dark character. The model brings the vision of photographers Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello to life and is captured with props like a retro television, a camera that stands on a tripod and even a retro-futuristic virtual reality headset.

Styling for this urban goth image series is courtesy of Samuel Francois who dresses his muse in layered leather and wool ensembles. Pairing maxi skirts with layered jackets and fur tops, the stylist creates bold looks that are surprisingly comfortable despite of their complex feel.

Hair styling for this shoot is courtesy of Romina Manenti while its makeup looks are created by Rie Omoto.