From Eccentric Curtsy Captures to 70s Disco Fashion

 - May 2, 2012
These inventive Numéro Japan editorials speak to the creative genius that lies behind the brand’s name. The Numéro publication is an international fashion magazine now run by editor-in-chief Elisabeth Djian. The issues have been favored by women for features concentrated on art, architecture and critical matters of pop culture. The Japanese edition has been particularly coveted, in large part due to the consistent delivery of mind-blowing magazine spreads.

Eccentric curtsey captures and saucy seventies street shoots have captivated the attention of the company’s wide circulation. Talented teams of photographers, stylists and celebrities have executed unthinkable productions, making use of demure, edgy and dainty themes. The taboo has been for the most part removed here, allowing unrelenting creativity to flow from a multitude of directions.