You don’t need to have participated in a fashion photo shoot to know that a bit of wind can pack on serious sex appeal—unless, of course, you’re facing in the direction of the wind. Wind always adds a fresh, free-spirited vibe to photography, which is why fashion editors love using it.
Fashion designers also are using wind in their designs, using expert draping to create styles that have a ‘blown’ quality. See how wind has influenced fashion by checking out this cluster of wind-swept fashion features.
From Tornado Hair to Wind Tunnel Photo Shoots
Fake Wind Blown Couture
Vionnet Resort Collection Photos Akwardly Utilize Wind Machine
Falling Up Fashiontography
Model Zenia Sevastyanova Rises Down for FutureClaw
Wind-Swept Burlap Fashion
The Donna Karan Spring 2010 Line is Fluid and Earthy
Wind Whipped Editorials
Valentina Zeliaeva Holds On To Her Hat for Elle Magazine
The Hazy Harper's Bazaar UK Editorial 'Masterpiece Theatre'
Viggo Jonasson Vamps for Miguel Reveriego in Numero Hommes
Megan Fox Stars in Mariano Vivanco's Gloomy Wonderland
Wind Tunnel Photo Shoots
'Tammy' by Saima Altunkaya Features Gravity-Defying, Windswept Hair
'I Am the Storm' by Lill-Veronica Skoglund Features Wild Windswept Hair
Michel Comte Captures Amanda Seyfried in Vogue Italia
Birthday Suit Editorials
Julia Stegner & Garrett Neff Heat Up Hercules Magazine
Paco Peregrin's ‘Fresh' Features Tied-Up Hairstyles