Toying with the duality of power, the 'Anemone' Fashion Film by Amber Gray for Imagine Fashion is powerful in its artful symbolism.
The short was written and Directed by distinguished fashion photographer Amber Grey. "Executing beautiful, whimsical fantasies, her penchant for a peek of glam-rock within a controlled environment is the key to her bewitching work," says Imagine fashion of its creative talent.
Her concept is based on the notion of being both captive and powerful. She portrays this with imagery that is purple-tinted, scenic and emotive. Featuring models Fanny Fournier, Ashly Covington and Christina Ambers flowing silk, the plot develops with dramatic floral motifs to contrast with their beauty.
The understated beauty of Anemone is based on the perfect marriage of aesthetically immaculate visuals with a dark underlying message. This juxtaposition makes for a highly appealing piece of fashion imagery.
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- By: Alexandra SerranoJul 26, 2012