The Vagrant Queen Editorial by Mario Ardi Glamorizes Nomadic Tendencies

By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: • References: mariophotographie and designscene.net
A show of nomadic disadvantage, the Vagrant Queen Editorial by Mario Ardi is edgy in its fashionized content matter.

Featuring designs by Cynthia Tan and Magistus House, the stunning model Iasmim is outfitted in garments that draw inspiration from vagabonds. Iasmin sports seperates that include oversize overcoats, punk combat boots and plaid skirts. The earthy tones of the collection are perfectly styled by Andhika Dharmapermana who masters the pairing of the basic shades. In perfectly disheveled style, fall layering is given a vagrant twist with a contrasting setting that alludes to impoverishment.

The editorial certainly makes a boundary-pushing statement as it toys with societal issues. With its glamorizing of the topic, Vagrant Queen is an artistic show of avant-garde aestheticism that is politically charged.