At first, the 60s Bang Bang editorial might seem like a vintage shoot cut and pasted right into the current issue of Harper's Bazaar Korea magazine. Considering that it not only features 60s-inspired outfits, but some very retro backdrops, it actually has a cutout motif that gives it a mood-board feel, as though the editor-in-chief simply published her ideas instead of a full out production of them.
Yet the 60s Bang Bang editorial is simply inspired by vintage photoshoots. The cut-and-paste aesthetic simply solidifies the theme the fine folk at Harper's Bazaar Korea were going for. Starring Sara Park, the 60s Bang Bang photo spread was shot by Park Kyungil. Full of color and nostalgic tailoring, the 60s will probably be replacing the rise of the 70s very soon.
The Harper's Bazaar Korea 60s Bang Bang Spread Looks Cut-and-Pasted
1. Cut-and-paste Aesthetic - Opportunity to explore innovative ways to incorporate a cut-and-paste design element into various forms of media.
2. Nostalgic Tailoring - Potential for disruption in the fashion industry by reviving and modernizing vintage tailoring techniques.
3. Vintage Photoshoots - Opportunity to create new experiences that capture the essence of past eras in photography and fashion.
1. Publishing - Potential for innovative editorial layouts and designs that adopt a cut-and-paste aesthetic.
2. Fashion - Disruptive potential in the fashion industry by incorporating nostalgic tailoring techniques into modern designs.
3. Photography - Opportunity to explore new ways of capturing the essence of vintage photoshoots through modern photography techniques.