Photographer Anna Pogossova captures 'Micro Beauty,' Oyster Magazine's conceptual makeup editorial. The image series features no models an instead highlights the season's hottest cosmetic products in an artistic way. These products include crimson lipsticks, summery perfumes and charchoal eyeshadows from brands that include Chanel, Tom Ford and Nepoleon Perdis among other names.
Oyster Magazine's beauty editor Ruby Heery brings this editorial's vision to life and compares perfume bottle close-ups with images of food, raw wood and even fresh flowers. 'Micro Beauty' is conceptual and visually striking, appealing to the Australian style publication's target demographic. Oyster is known as an alternative fashion magazine and always aims to present its readers with editorial work that blurs artistic lines.
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Oyster Magazine's Micro Beauty Shoot is Artistically Bold
- By: Jana PijakApr 29, 2015