Channeling a Russian Orthodox priest and his lover, models Curtis Joe Walker and Louann vo Brochwitz of Pole Position Management in New York star in Glassbook magazine's "Nova Pravda" editorial.
Creative direction for this photoshoot is courtesy of Emmalynn who works alongside photographer Jerry Fill to bring its sacrilegious and suggestive visual concept to life.
While Glassbook magazine's editorial features a wardrobe that is a modern take on opulence, its hair and makeup looks are a throwback to Russian history. Hair stylists Dottie Vee and Dee Amore work alongside make-up artist Tai Shane to create Curtis and Louann's striking looks. While the male model pulls off a hipster-worthy beard and matching sailor coif, his female counterpart sports braided locks that are a natural red.
Glassbook Magazine's Nova Pravda Image Series is Sultry
1. Sacrilegious Photography - Exploring controversial and boundary-pushing themes in photography, offering an opportunity for artists to challenge societal norms and provoke thoughtful discussions.
2. Modern Opulence - Reinterpreting luxury and opulence in contemporary fashion, providing a chance for designers to create innovative and visually striking garments that satisfy the evolving tastes of consumers.
3. Historical-inspired Hair and Makeup - Reviving traditional hairstyles and makeup techniques from different eras, giving beauty professionals a platform to experiment with nostalgic looks and adapt them to modern aesthetics.
1. Fashion Photography - Using provocative and daring concepts in editorial photography to capture attention and stand out in the competitive fashion industry.
2. Luxury Fashion - Developing unique and modern interpretations of opulence in clothing, accessories, and other luxury goods, appealing to consumers looking for innovative and statement-making pieces.
3. Beauty and Cosmetics - Exploring historical beauty trends and techniques to create new and exciting products and services that combine the best of the past with modern convenience and effectiveness.