Captured by photographer Bartek Wieczorek, the Filip von Polen Autumn/Winter 2013 collection catalog resembles a creative art school project. This aesthetic is achieved thanks to the catalog's ambiguous imagery that showcases artful depictions of the label's scarf accessories.
Created by visionary designer Filip Nocko, these expressive scarf designs take cues from the world of nature and feature a slew of animalistic imagery ranging from owl portraits to kaleidoscopic fox patterns and mirror imagery. These textile patterns are not only graphically bold but are also conceived using artful photo manipulation techniques.
Model Natalia Pietruczuk at D’Vision stars in the Filip von Polen Autumn/Winter 2013 collection lookbook and plays the role of carefree muse who displays and poses with the label's artful scarf accessories.
The Filip von Polen Autumn/Winter 2013 Collection Sparks Creativity
1. Ambiguous Imagery - Using ambiguous imagery in advertising campaigns sparks curiosity and engages consumers in a unique way.
2. Nature-inspired Designs - Creating fashion accessories with nature-inspired designs taps into the growing demand for sustainable and eco-friendly products.
3. Artful Photo Manipulation - Incorporating artful photo manipulation techniques in product catalogs adds a creative and artistic touch to the brand image.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can explore the use of ambiguous imagery and nature-inspired designs to create unique and visually appealing product campaigns.
2. Advertising - The advertising industry can employ artful photo manipulation techniques to create captivating visuals that resonate with consumers and leave a lasting impression.
3. Textile Manufacturing - Textile manufacturers can collaborate with designers to produce nature-inspired designs that offer eco-friendly and sustainable alternatives to traditional fashion accessories.