The ELLE Vietnam December 2013 editorial showcases a wardrobe fit for a Hitchcockian actress but made for the modern woman. Although on the surface the outfits appear to be very ladylike, there are details that add a bit of edginess to the looks. From studded ear cuffs to leather turtleneck tops and sheer black dresses, it is hard not to see the wild heart peaking through the prim and proper facade.
Shot by photographer An Le, the ELLE Vietnam December 2013 editorial is titled 'Come Away With Me.' It stars model Rosie Tuper, who is captured on a dinner and movie date with male model Stan Jouk. The blonde beauty was styled by Anna Katsanis, who pulled pulled elegant pieces from the likes of Jason Wu, Balenciaga, Chanel, and Salvatore Ferragamo.
The ELLE Vietnam December 2013 Photoshoot Stars Rosie Tuper
1. Edgy Ladylike Fashion - Fashion designers can explore the use of edgy elements such as leather and studs in traditionally feminine ensembles to create new wardrobe options.
2. Vintage-inspired Photoshoots - Photographers and stylists can draw inspiration from classic films like those by Hitchcock to create unique and recognizable editorial spreads.
3. Modern Takes on Classic Styles - Entrepreneurs and designers can update classic fashion styles with contemporary designs and unexpected accessories to appeal to contemporary sensibilities.
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