The traditional geisha look has been given a ghetto fabulous makeover in the Jalouse March 2013 editorial. Although the makeup, hair and fashion is all distinctively influenced by the Japanese culture, the way in which they have been modernized gives them a superficial glamor that is certainly not in line with the art of seduction.
The Jalouse March 2013 editorial was shot by photographer Erwin Olaf. Outfitted by stylist Jennifer Eymere, model Yumi Lambert showcases a futuristic Eastern wardrobe filled with metallic socks, chunky jewelry and vibrant tights from the likes of Nina Ricci, Lanvin and Costume National. Nevertheless, it is makeup artist Eny Whitehead and hairstylist Cyril Laloue who steal the show with slick updos and an artistic face.