Liliya Hudyakova's comparative couture photography features designer staples that are superimposed with images of each piece's visual inspiration. While a fur-adorned outfit from Gucci's Fall/Winter 2004 collection is fused with an image of a vast, green meadow, a charming ensemble from designer Christian Siriano's Spring/Summer 2013 range is compared to the sandy shores of a beach.
Comparing fashion with the natural inspiration that most designers look to, this couture photography series is nothing short of striking. The landscape image series finds uncanny similarities among handmade runway staples and water, soil and leaves.
In addition to comparing Gucci and Christian Siriano's designs to landscapes, this series also highlights nature-inspired portraits of pieces from Blumarine, Alexander McQueen and Emilio Pucci among other labels.
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Liliya Hudyakova's Images Capture Fashion and Nature's Likeness
- By: Jana PijakMay 22, 2015