In a photo shoot called "The Clash," it should come as no surprise that the Karmen Pedaru Interview Magazine August 2011 spread is fierce and edgy. The Fabien Baron shot photo spread featured stunning model Pedaru looking like the ultimate punk rocker's dream girl.
The Karmen Pedaru Interview Magazine August 2011 shoot was styled by Marie-Amélie Sauvé and is quite a departure from the model's pretty Michael Kors Fall 2011 campaign, as well as her covers for both Vogue Hellas (also known as Vogue Greece) and Vogue Portugal.
The newly rocker chick-ified Pedaru pulls off the look exceptionally well, wearing the latest pieces from Balmain (to be expected), Emilio Cavallini, Michael Kors, Just Cavalli, and J Lynch.
The Karmen Pedaru Interview Magazine August 2011 is a different look for the gorgeous Estonian model but with her spiked hair and acid-washed jeans, Pedaru makes punk look pretty.
The Karmen Pedaru Interview Magazine August 2011 Shoot is Edgy
1. Punk Rock Fashion - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry by blending punk rock elements with mainstream fashion.
2. Edgy Photo Shoots - The trend of creating bold and edgy photo shoots presents an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the photography and fashion industries.
3. Alternative Modeling - The rise of alternative modeling styles, such as punk rock-inspired looks, creates opportunities for disruptive innovation in the modeling industry by challenging traditional beauty standards.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can explore disruptive innovations by incorporating punk rock aesthetics into mainstream clothing lines.
2. Photography - The photography industry can capitalize on the trend of edgy photo shoots by offering unique and daring concepts to clients.
3. Modeling - The modeling industry has room for disruptive innovation by embracing alternative styles and representations of beauty, such as punk rock-inspired models.