Manuela Frey and Daga Ziober star as lovers in the 'Ink Flowed' editorial for Interview Magazine Russia's July/August 2014 issue.
The two seductively intertwine their bodies together; so much so, that it's hard to tell where Frey's long limbs end and Ziober's begin. The sapphic pair are ornamented with pretty jewelry and generous helpings of ink, in shades of deep purple shimmering hold, streaked across their skin. The look is completed with metallic eye makeup, helping to accentuate the girl's dark, smoldering gazes.
The editorial came together with the help of fashion editor Akari Endo-Gaut, hair stylist Joey George and makeup artist Kristi Matamoros. The sultry, metallic shoot was lensed by the talented photographer Christian Ferretti.
Manuela Frey and Daga Ziober Star in the 'Ink Flowed' Editorial
1. Body-inking - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the beauty industry with the introduction of new and unique body ink designs and styles.
2. Sapphic-inspired Fashion - Fashion designers have an opportunity to disrupt the industry with sapphic-inspired fashion as there is a market for more inclusive fashion pieces that cater to the LGBTQ+ community.
3. Metallic Makeup - With the growing popularity of metallic makeup, beauty companies have the opportunity to disrupt the industry by creating unique shades, finishes, and application techniques.
1. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry has an opportunity to create more inclusive and diverse clothing lines that cater to the LGBTQ+ community.
2. Beauty Industry - The beauty industry can disrupt the market by introducing new and unique body inking designs and styles that cater to a growing consumer base.
3. Makeup Industry - The makeup industry has an opportunity to create unique metallic shades and application techniques that appeal to a wide range of consumers.