The 'Cotton Candy' L'Officiel Thailand editorial is featured in the Asian publication's December 2012 issue. Model Polina channels a futuristic cyborg in a photoshoot lensed by photographer Apichart Chaichulla. The striking editorial is the vision of the magazine's fashion editor Pop Kampol who takes his visual inspiration from Chanel's Cruise 2013 collection as well as artist Martin van der Meytens 1762 childhood portrait of Marie Antoinette.
Draped in Chanel's candy-colored pastels, Polina sports matching makeup looks by beauty artist Surapol Limvanich and a pink pixie cut by hair stylist Pornpan Chancholsamut. The 'Cotton Candy' L'Officiel Thailand fashion story defies tradition instead embracing a opulent visual aesthetic filled with fantasy and whimsy. The striking editorial features daring wardrobe styling and proves to be a portrait series to remember.
The Cotton Candy L'Officiel Thailand Editorial is Electric Hued
Jana Pijak — December 13, 2012 — Fashion
References: lofficielthailand & designscene.net