Dazed & Confused magazine continues to push the envelope of fashion and photography in their new June 2009 issue.
The issue features an unusual fashion editorial showcasing the eccentric fashion of the Fall/Winter 2009 Romain Kremer menswear collection.
The outlandish designs are accentuated with equally outlandish photography by Pierre Debusschere with styling/fashion direction by Nicola Formichetti. The result is pure magic.
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Implications - One of the best ways a company or brand can generate interest in their new products is by highlighting avant-garde styles and creations in their collection. By luring consumers in with an outlandish 'big idea,' a company can co-promote their more traditional and mainstream products to consumers initially drawn in by their curiosity of the avant-garde.
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- By: mediterraneanMay 25, 2009 Updated: Jun 20 2011