Magdalena Frackowiak stars in the 'Madame Butterfly' editorial for Harper's Bazaar UK June 2014 issue. Originally a short story by John Luther Long, 'Madame Butterfly' is a tragic tale of heartbreak and woe. However, Frackowiak looks the furthest thing from a woman scorned in these images. In fact, she appears to be particularly jovial and lighthearted as she passes time in a well-lit greenhouse.
The fashion editor styled Frackowiak in bright prints, lace and tulle gowns and prettily embroidered frocks. The highlight of the shoot is the bevy of butterflies that float around Frackowiak, caressing her fingertips and the top of her head. Alexi Lubomirsk photographed Frackowiak and her winged friends in romantic, soft-focus lighting.
Frackowiak looks so irresistibly lovely in the Harper's Bazaar UK June 2014 issue and will definitely give you butterflies.
Magdalena Frackowiak Stars in Harper's Bazaar UK June 2014
1. Butterfly-inspired Fashion Trends - Fashion designers and stylists can infuse butterfly themes in clothing collections, accessories and other fashion items to cater to customers who look for inspiration from nature.
2. Incorporating Nature in Photoshoots - Photographers and advertising agencies can submerge their campaigns in nature, by incorporating themes like butterflies to bring beauty, grace and elegance to their images.
3. Romantic-themed Photography - As a result of the Madame Butterfly editorial, photographers can capitalize on creating romantic-themed photoshoots that build on sentimentality and allude to forgotten experiences of love and beauty.
1. Fashion Industry - Fashion brands can embrace butterfly motifs in their designs as a fashion trend and to maintain relevancy in the market.
2. Photography Industry - Photography studios and agencies can create unique and awe-inspiring photographs that manufacture emotion, beauty and surrealism in their customers.
3. Wedding Planning Industry - Wedding planners and vendors can incorporate butterfly-themed decorations and customs, such as releasing butterflies, into weddings for a romantic touch.