Fall is here and Halloween is just around the corner, so it is only appropriate that the Black Magazine Issue 17 editorial is as dark and moody as it is. As though taking a page from the cult classic film 'The Craft,' it follows three schoolgirls as they play with the dark arts. Whether they can actually conjure up spells remains to be seen, In the meantime, readers can lose themselves in their somber style.
Titled 'We Do What We Want', the Titled Black Magazine Issue 17 editorial was shot by photographer Thom Kerr. Playing the conspicuous bad girls are models Rhianna Porter, Josephine Le Tutour and Emily Green. They were given Gothic looks by stylist Bex Sheers with beauty by Lauren McCowen and Jovita Lee.
The Black Magazine Issue 17 Editorial Deals in the Dark Arts
1. Dark Schoolgirls Trend - Brands can explore using this trend in their fashion lines, advertising campaigns and social media content targeted at the teenage market, especially during Halloween season.
2. Mood Photography Trend - Photographers and artists can experiment with mood photography, incorporating dark themes and styles to add drama and depth to their work.
3. Black Aesthetic Trend - Designers and artists can explore creating products and visual content that incorporate the black aesthetic, appealing to those who appreciate a moody and edgy style.
1. Fashion Industry - Fashion brands and designers can reference this trend for their collections and campaigns, targeting the teenage market during Halloween season.
2. Photography Industry - Photographers can leverage this trend in their work, incorporating dark and moody themes to create compelling visual content.
3. Design Industry - Designers and artists can reference the black aesthetic trend, creating products and visual content that appeal to those who appreciate a moody and edgy style.