If sex really does sell, then the Charlotte Martyr 2011 collection sales will surely go through the roof. That is, if the catalog got enough exposure. Although it does not go too overboard in the risque department, this lookbook combines a lot of sensuality with great pieces of jewelry: ingredients for a successful campaign.
Shot by Pierre Dal Corso, the Charlotte Martyr 2011 collection stars models Sofia Sanzyprast and Marylou Burlion, with a cameo by some very lucky bearded fellow. The vintage-inspired shoot is romantic as well, which contrasts nicely with the bold, medieval jewelry that it showcases.
Titled Curiosités & Mirabilia, the Charlotte Martyr 2011 collection is inspired by curious trinkets collected over the ages throughout the world.
The Charlotte Martyr 2011 Collection is Boldly Medieval
1. Romantic Vintage-inspired Fashion - The Charlotte Martyr 2011 collection's vintage-inspired look and romantic shoot opens up a niche for retailers to offer romantic, vintage-inspired collections with medieval touches.
2. Sensual Jewelry Marketing Campaigns - The Charlotte Martyr 2011 catalog combines sensuality with great pieces of jewelry, potentially inspiring other jewelry brands to play with the concept for their marketing campaigns.
3. Bold Medieval Jewelry Design - The bold medieval-style jewelry showcased in the Charlotte Martyr 2011 collection opens up an opportunity for jewelry designers to create their own modern, bold designs inspired by medieval elements.
1. Fashion Retail - Fashion retailers can take inspiration from the Charlotte Martyr 2011 collection to create their own romantic and vintage-inspired collections with medieval touches.
2. Jewelry Design - Jewelry designers can look at the Charlotte Martyr 2011 collection as an opportunity to create their own modern pieces inspired by medieval elements and featuring bold designs.
3. Marketing and Advertising - Marketing and advertising professionals within the jewelry industry can use the Charlotte Martyr 2011 catalog as a reference for creating their own sensuality-inspired marketing campaigns to promote their jewelry collections.