Darkness is descending upon the Northern hemisphere, but as the Dress to Kill 'Black Celebration' editorial shows, that doesn't just involve the natural change of seasons. Fashion designers and magazine editors are embracing a Gothic style that helps to usher in the fall and winter season rather than put it off. In this case, they accomplish this with regality. Model Avalon is like a dark queen emerging for her seasonal reign.
The Dress to Kill 'Black Celebration' editorial was shot by Toronto and Montreal-based photography duo Lily & Lilac. Styled by Nadia Pizzimenti, the photoshoot features the designs of such labels as Lucian Matis, Gucci, Greta Constantine, McQ by Alexander McQueen, Jeremy Laing and Chloe Comme Parris.
The Dress to Kill 'Black Celebration' Editorial is Glamorously Dark
1. Regal Gothic Fashion - Designers and magazine editors are embracing a Gothic style that helps to usher in the fall and winter season rather than put it off, creating disruptive innovation opportunities for high-end fashion and jewelry industries.
2. Dark Queen Aesthetic - The 'Black Celebration' editorial features a dark queen aesthetic, showcasing an opportunity for beauty and makeup industries to create new products centered around creating a fierce and edgy look.
3. Seasonal & Luxurious - Seasonal and luxurious fashion pieces are trending this season, as shown in the 'Black Celebration' editorial, providing disruptive innovation opportunities for luxury fashion brands and retailers.
1. High-end Fashion - High-end fashion brands can create collections featuring dark, gothic aesthetics and luxurious fabrics inspired by the 'Black Celebration' editorial.
2. Jewelry - Jewelry brands can create pieces that complement the dark, regal aesthetic of the 'Black Celebration' editorial, such as statement necklaces and bold rings.
3. Beauty & Makeup - Beauty and makeup brands could create products that cater to the dark queen aesthetic, featuring bold and dark colors, and edgy makeup looks.