These advertisements for the Inka 2011 Collection are so soaked in sunlight that you'll get freckles just looking at them.
This collection of handcrafted couture neck scarves is simple and lovely. Young Danish designer Katinka Fogh Vindele started creating her Inka scarves on a whim, and their popularity has steadily grown. Her scarves are delicate decor for bare necks, made of silky organza, gathered and knotted to create braids and bubbles.
The photographs for this collection of fabric scarves is stunning; the radiant images are streaming with natural light and color. The two models portrayed are dressed in Inka scarves and have very natural clothing and makeup. It seems as if the images have also been overexposed to achieve even more lightness and brightness.
The Inka 2011 Collection has been beautifully represented and captured in this crepuscular wonderland.
The Inka 2011 Collection is Photographed in Fluorescent Forests
1. Handcrafted Couture - There is an opportunity to disrupt the fashion industry with handcrafted couture as fashion consumers seek unique and comfortable pieces.
2. Radiant Photography - The art of radiant photography can be used as a tool for showcasing fashion designs through stunning visuals and bold creative choices.
3. Naturalistic Fashion - There is a rise in demand for naturalistic fashion as consumers seek clothing and accessory items made from sustainable materials that display an eco-friendly message.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can innovate by exploring handcrafted designs, sustainable materials, and radiant photography.
2. Photography - The photography industry can capitalize on radiant photography and collaborate with fashion brands to showcase their designs in unique and eye-catching ways.
3. Sustainable Fashion - The sustainable fashion industry has the potential to disrupt traditional fashion by offering eco-friendly clothing and accessory options that appeal to conscious consumers.