The 'Corto' Amica Italy July 2010 fashion photography shoot juxtaposes high-class model Suzie Bird posing in prim and proper ensembles with graffitied streets. Stylist Christina Bernezzo chose tailored jackets, collars, short shorts, stripes and grandma prints to have the model exude refinement.
Photographer Eric Nehr captured it all exquisitely, with the street photographs taken in black-and-white, while the studio photographs were shot in faded color.
Implications - The â€˜Cortoâ€™ Amica Italy July 2010 fashion photography shoot manages to capture Suzie Bird in sensual, thought-provoking photos. The mostly monochromatic spread perfectly shows off Bird's long legs and sensual poses and highlights her cheekbones perfectly. The spread truly shows Suzie Bird at her finest.
The ‘Corto' Amica Italy July 2010 Spread is Sprayed with Class
1. Graffiti Fashion - There is an opportunity to create high fashion collections inspired by graffiti and street art.
2. Contrasting Styles - The combination of refined fashion with urban graffiti can lead to innovative styling and design concepts.
3. Mixed-media Photography - Exploring the use of both black-and-white street photography and faded color studio photography can create visually striking fashion shoots.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands can incorporate street art aesthetics into their designs and marketing strategies.
2. Photography - Photographers can experiment with combining different photographic techniques to create unique and captivating fashion imagery.
3. Marketing and Advertising - Brands can leverage the edgy appeal of graffiti-inspired fashion shoots to attract a younger, urban audience.