The Jacquelyn Jablonski Harpers Bazaar Spain Sept 2011 shoot is an unusual one for many reasons, and ironically, those are the reasons that the shoot stands out in the glut of major fashion publication fall issues.
The editorial features Jacquelyn Jablonski -- a 19-year-old New Jersey beauty signed to Supreme Management -- clad in a series of high-class outfits from some of the world's top designers, including Lanvin, Dior, Michael Kors, and Givenchy. Her massive hair has been blown out to its frizzy extreme, and it dominates many of her shots.
My favorite shot in the Jacquelyn Jablonski Harpers Bazaar Spain Sept 2011 shoot features the young New Jersey-native wearing a see-through dress and cape ensemble, her hair completely straightened, and her eyes directed at the camera in a sultry gaze. The shot perfectly encapsulates why she is currently enjoying a meteoric rise to the top of the fashion world, she manages to display sex appeal, mystery, and aplomb with ease in this one shot.
The Jacquelyn Jablonski Harpers Bazaar Spain September 2011 issue is on newsstands now.
The Jacquelyn Jablonski Harpers Bazaar Spain Sept 2011 Shoot is Sultry
1. Massive Hair Trend - The use of massive hair as a statement style in fashion editorials creates opportunities in beauty and hair industries for innovative product development.
2. New Faces Trend - The emergence of newer and diverse models in the fashion industry creates opportunities for more inclusive and innovative designs and campaigns in the fashion industry.
3. Sultry Gaze Trend - The use of sultry gazes by models in fashion editorials creates opportunities in photography and digital imaging industries for innovative techniques to capture and enhance the mood of the shots.
1. Beauty Industry - The massive hair trend in fashion editorials creates opportunities for innovative hair styling and volumizing products.
2. Fashion Industry - The rise of newer and diverse models creates opportunities for more inclusive designs and campaigns for fashion brands.
3. Photography Industry - The use of sultry gazes by models in fashion editorials creates opportunities for innovative techniques and software applications in capturing and enhancing mood in shots.