Models Ine Neefs and Dylan Foskett launch themselves 'Into the Void' for i-D Magazine's Online Spring 2014 issue. Both girls look into Maurizio Bavutti's lens with startlingly vacant stares. Indeed, it looks as though they're staring right through your soul from the confines of the page.
Fashion Editor Jack Borkett wasn't afraid to get experimental with the editorial, styling Neefs and Foskett in latex and feathered materials. The most notable outfit was a pair of knee-high white boots coupled with a fire-engine red latex skirt. You would think these exciting fashion choices would perk the girls up, but it seems they're too far gone. You know it's bad when couture can't snap a girl out of her blank-faced reverie.
Hair stylist Kei Terada and makeup artist Lydnsey Alexander finished the look off with unkept hair and ghostly makeup.
i-D Magazine's Online Spring 2014 Issue Goes Beyond the Void
1. Vacant Stares - There is an opportunity to create more experimental and avant-garde fashion editorials that showcase a sense of detachment.
2. Unconventional Styling - An emerging trend where more fashion editorials embrace unusual materials and styling, such as feathered materials and latex fabrics, to create a unique look.
3. Ghostly Makeup - The trend of using makeup to create an ethereal and ghostly appearance, which could be applied to styling for fashion editorial shoots and film productions.
1. Fashion - Fashion industry professionals should explore unconventional materials and styling options to create more avant-garde fashion editorials.
2. Photography - Photography professionals should seek opportunities to create more experimental and unconventional fashion editorial shoots.
3. Film Production - Film production companies could incorporate the trend of using makeup to create ghostly and ethereal looks in their productions to add a unique and mystical element to their films.