'FPAR,' an urban clothing label that was founded by Tetsu Nishiyama, joined with 'PRODISM' magazine -- resulting in a Japanese editorial that features female-only muses who are shown wearing the brand's clothing. In each of the images, the women are framed by shadowy backdrops that add to the sultry look that FPAR and PRODISM magazine go for.
This is instilled first however by showing the women in bikini or underwear along with the brand's clothing -- working to drive the sense of confidence that it suggests can be achieved in wearing clothing that one feels comfortable in. Of course, the purpose that the Japanese editorial has in doing so could also be a means of attracting the attention of heterosexual male viewers as well.
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