While frozen faces keep the focus on the fashion, an editorial like 'I Used to Love Him' is all-round more interesting. A flush of emotion is introduced into the stylish spreads with the sorrowful setting of a graveyard.
Model Mona of EMG first struts down the paved path past rows and rows of carved marble memorials and tombstones in her zebra print shirt and her flower-embroidered tights. Seemingly unaffected by her surroundings, the edgily dressed diva is quickly overcome by sadness when she reaches a particular headstone. Violet hydrangeas and classical mausoleums with doric columns complete the scene with a poetic character, offset by the modern styling of Elaine Laurel and Natalie Anne. 'I Used to Love Him' by Milos is a tragic tale of glamorous love lost.
'I Used to Love Him' Brings Style to the Necropolis
1. Emotive Fashion - Incorporating emotions and storytelling into fashion to create a more interesting and engaging experience.
2. Fashion in Unconventional Settings - Bringing fashion to unexpected places, like cemeteries, to produce an eye-catching contrast.
3. Mixing Classical and Modern Styles - Blending classical and modern styles in fashion photography to create visually compelling contrasts.
1. Fashion Industry - By incorporating new elements into fashion photography, the industry can attract consumers with a preference for emotional and engaging content.
2. Cemetery Industry - Partnering with the fashion industry to allow for photography shoots in cemeteries to capitalize on alternative streams of revenue.
3. Floral Arrangement Industry - Collaborating with the fashion industry to provide eye-catching floral arrangements for their photography shoots at cemeteries and other unconventional settings.