The 'I’m Ready for My Close-Up' image series graces the #4 issue of I Love Fake magazine. The youthful and carefree editorial reinvents a violent visual theme with the help of hipster approved styling and illustrated gun props that are sported by the photoshoot's young stars.
Models Jitte and Annemarie star in the provocative portrait series and are captured by photographer Jolijn Snijders. Stylist Jordy Huinder dresses the girls in patriotic bikini tops, metallic hot pants and figure conscious body suits from labels that include American Apparel and others.
In addition to its party girl inspired wardrobe, the 'I’m Ready for My Close-Up' I Love Fake editorial also features highlighter haired tresses and bold makeup looks by House of Orange beauty artist Kathinka along with vivid sets and props by Klim Van De Laarschot.
The I’m Ready for My Close-Up Photoshoot Displays Eclectic P
1. Violent-inspired Fashion - Opportunities for brands to fuse violent imagery with fashion to create provocative and edgy visual themes.
2. Illustrated Props - Incorporating illustrated props in photoshoots as a unique and playful way to accessorize fashion spreads.
3. Creative Makeup Looks - Exploration of bold and vivid makeup looks in fashion editorials as a way to elevate creative expression.
1. Fashion - Innovative fashion brands can explore creative ways to infuse provocative visual themes with their products and marketing strategies.
2. Beauty - Opportunities for beauty brands and artists to explore more daring, edgy makeup looks, potentially tapping into a new and growing market of consumers.
3. Photography - Photographers and industry professionals can explore new ways to incorporate playful and unconventional props into their photoshoots.