Photographer Liz Collins takes beautiful black and white portraits of model Dree Hemingway in Numero magazine. The editorial appears in the June/July 2010 issue of Numero--its 114th issue.
Liz Collins' images capture an elegant simplicity not normally seen these days in fashion; they are both sensual and innocent. The editorial for which Dree Hemingway appears is called, 'L'Eveil Model' and was styled by Jonathan Kaye.
Implications - Black and white photography is an excellent way to instantly add class and an aura of sophistication to any work of art. Businesses should consider incorporating some degree of black and white photography into their product packaging and marketing campaigns in order to achieve longevity and reputability.
Black and White Portraits of Model Dree Hemingway in Numero #114
1. Black and White Photography - Businesses can explore the use of black and white photography in their product packaging and marketing campaigns to enhance the perception of sophistication and longevity.
2. Elegant Simplicity - Companies can embrace an elegant simplicity in their design and branding to differentiate themselves and appeal to consumers seeking a sense of sophistication and innocence.
3. Sensual and Innocent - Opportunities exist for businesses to incorporate sensuality and innocence in their brand messaging and advertising to resonate with consumers seeking a unique emotional connection.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands and retailers can leverage black and white photography as a way to add a touch of class and sophistication to their campaigns, attracting customers who appreciate timeless aesthetics.
2. Packaging - Packaging companies can offer black and white design options to clients, providing a more elegant and sophisticated packaging solution for a wide range of products.
3. Advertising - Advertising agencies can develop campaigns that capture a sense of sensual innocence, resonating with consumers looking for emotional connections and authenticity in brand messaging.