The fashion featured throughout the Agga B Spring 2012 lookbook is sleek, sophisticated and contemporary. Each elegant, colorful and boldly patterned ensemble is given an exotic touch, however, thanks to the use of some tribal-like face paint. It adds a new perspective to the outfits, giving a native appeal to the floral prints, raw accessories and fringed accents.
The Agga B Spring 2012 lookbook stars Chicago-based stylist April Francis. A feminine collection, it is filled with both clean lines and billowing cuts. Shot by photographer Rb Del Rosario, Francis' voluminous curls and eccentric makeup was done by beauty artist Morgan Blau.
The Agga B Spring 2012 collection can be found in local Chicago boutiques such as Michelle Tan and The Tailor shop.
The Agga B Spring 2012 Catalog Stars Stylist April Francis
1. Tribal Face-painted Fashion - There is an opportunity for cosmetics companies to develop face paints specifically for use in fashion and editorial shoots.
2. Exotic Touches in Lookbooks - Fashion brands can experiment with incorporating elements from different cultures into their lookbooks to create a unique and eye-catching aesthetic.
3. Feminine Contemporary Fashion - There is an opportunity for designers to create collections that balance feminine cuts and shapes with bold, contemporary patterns.
1. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry can incorporate tribal-inspired elements in their collections to create eclectic designs that appeal to a wider range of customers.
2. Beauty Industry - The beauty industry can collaborate with fashion brands to create face paints that are safe, long-lasting, and specially formulated for editorial shoots.
3. Retail Industry - Retailers can capitalize on the popularity of exotic looks by incorporating tribal-inspired pieces and accessories in their collections.