This editorial of MIA in Complex June/July 2010 sees the tastemaker in fierce tribal fashions with a street art edge. Photographer Alex Prager and stylist Anoma Ya Whittaker make a formidable combination, portraying MIA as feminine but edgy.
Decadent surroundings, from a lush infinity pool to gilded staircases and a sultry padded swing, accent MIA in Complex June/July 2010. See more images from the editorial above.
Implications - Many consumers are attracted to products that enable them to experience a different culture or lifestyle. While it is unlikely that such consumers have the financial means to travel to exotic places, companies and businesses will benefit by bringing the local customs and traditions to them. Whether it is through fashion, music, arts, or entertainment, there is a wide range of ways for corporations to benefit by exposing consumers to other ways of life.
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