The tribal looks gets an urban overhaul in the Flair Magazine March 2014 editorial. A great way to welcome the warming weather, the looks are full of vibrant colors and bold patterns typical of such exotic ensembles. But what really makes the outfits stand out are the fits, which are made with modern women in mind.
The Flair Magazine March 2014 editorial was shot in studio against a white backdrop by photographer Giulio Rustichelli. It stars New Zealand model Mary Maguet. Her dark skin complements the riot of hues beautifully as does her radiant smile. The pieces featured throughout the photoshoot, which were styled by fashion editor Margherita Moro, include tailored blazers, ladylike mid-length skirts and a slew of summery dresses.
The Flair Magazine March 2014 Photoshoot Stars Mary Maguet
1. Urbanized Tribal Fashion - Exploring and modernizing traditional tribal fashion for the urban market, with an emphasis on bold prints and vibrant color palettes.
2. Tailored Tropical Looks - Innovating tropical fashion by blending traditional tribal prints with tailored and modern silhouettes.
3. Exotic Mid-length Skirts - Reviving the mid-length skirt trend by incorporating bold and vibrant prints inspired by traditional tribal fashion.
1. Fashion - Designing and manufacturing clothes that blend traditional tribal prints with modern, tailored silhouettes.
2. Textiles - Creating and producing textiles that embrace bright colors and bold tribal patterns.
3. Photography - Developing photography styles and techniques to capture the modernization and evolution of traditional tribal fashion.