The looks featured throughout the Fashion Gone Rogue 'State of Independence' online editorial may be undeniably feminine and even so far as ladylike, but they were made for a powerhouse of a woman. Dark and strong, the looks will turn heads for two main reasons: confidence and sensuality. Of course, that has to do with the attitude of the wearer as well.
The Fashion Gone Rogue 'State of Independence' online editorial was lensed by photographer Federica Putelli. It stars new face Malika. The curly-haired beauty was outfitted by stylist Nadia Bonalumi, who put together a sleek and contemporary wardrobe with the likes of Gucci, Emilio Pucci, Ralph Lauren and more. Hair stylist Giuseppe Lorusso and makeup artist Augusto Picerni perfected they looks.
The Fashion Gone Rogue 'State of Independence' Photoshoot Stars Malika
1. Ladylike Powerhouse Fashion - The merging of traditionally feminine aesthetics with a strong and confident attitude creates opportunities for innovative garments and accessories.
2. Contemporary Sleek Wardrobe - Designing a wardrobe focused on modern, sharp shapes in high-end fabrics and finishes will capitalize on the trend of confidence and independence in dressing.
3. Curly Hair Beauty - Developing a line of beauty products specifically formulated for curly hair textures, with a focus on natural ingredients, will align well with the trend of embracing natural hairstyles and diversity in beauty.
1. Fashion - This trend presents opportunities for designers to create garments and accessories that embody both a traditionally feminine aesthetic and a strong, powerful attitude.
2. Beauty - This trend offers potential for beauty companies to create products that cater to the needs of diverse hair textures and promote the beauty of natural hair.
3. Photography - This trend provides an opportunity for photographers to capture the beauty and strength of empowered women in feminine styles and attitudes.