Abbey Lee Kershaw and Claudia Schiffer for Muse prove that models are always better than actresses when it comes to fashion. Lindsay Lohan may be grabbing headlines for her provocative shoot in the same issue, but it’s Kershaw and Schiffer who grace alternating covers for the fashion magazine.
Greg Kadel and Katie Mossman photograph and style an often topless Kershaw for ‘Tainted Love’ and Jonas Bresnan captures ‘I, Claudia’ for the Muse’s Golden Portrait issue. Kershaw still has Lohan as a space vying headline on her cover, but the iconic Schiffer tips her hat to no one else.
Abbey Lee Kershaw and Claudia Schiffer Trump Lohan for Muse
1. Models in Fashion - Models continue to outshine actresses in the fashion industry, providing opportunities for disruptive innovation in modeling and brand collaborations.
2. Topless Fashion Photography - The trend of topless fashion photography creates a bold and provocative aesthetic, opening up possibilities for disruptive innovation in image editing and creative direction.
3. Golden Portrait Photography - The use of golden portrait photography adds a touch of luxury and elegance to fashion magazines, presenting opportunities for disruptive innovation in editorial photography techniques.
1. Fashion Modeling - The fashion modeling industry can benefit from disruptive innovation through new business models and digital platforms that connect models with brands.
2. Image Editing - The image editing industry has the potential to capitalize on the trend of topless fashion photography by developing advanced editing techniques and software specifically tailored for this style.
3. Editorial Photography - The editorial photography industry can explore disruptive innovation by incorporating golden portrait techniques into their shoots, creating distinctive and visually striking images.