These faux mugshot productions coincide with the mainstream fascination with inmate lineups. Popular snapshots of incarcerated celebrities have become some of the most pervasive fixtures of popular culture, and a slew of products have been made in their image. Although some do express a general disdain for such productions, many fashion labels and designers have come to embrace the rawness that is inherent in these displays.
Badass children’s eyewear campaigns and criminal fashion editorials have become the primary focus of stylish marketing initiatives. There is something about these ventures that instantly sucks viewers in, sparking thoughts of iconic trials, cases and scandal. The mastery of this lucrative retail advantage has been tremendously helpful for a slew of industries that operate in highly competitive environments.
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Faux Celebrity Mugshots
Criminal Fashion Editorials
Incarcerated Portrait Photography