The Dansk Fall/Winter 2014/2015 editorial titled The Crow merges avian motifs with fashion. Hair expert Edward Lampley created bird-like figures out of the tresses of model Alana Bunte who posed in a most serious manner for photographer Henrik Bulow.
Stylist Alexandra Carl matched the feathered themes that abound The Crow with much detail. In keeping with the all-black color scheme, Carl chose lace floor-length skirts, puffy winter jackets, layered fur-trimmed coats and flowing trench coats.
While these pieces may not be ultimately suited for the wild, they are nonetheless reminiscent of what one might expect of a high end collection that focuses on the outdoors. As these pieces are sourced from varying fashion houses, it is apparent that this concept has already caught on.
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