The Numero Tokyo July 2010 spread is designer grunge at its finest with femme fatale Edita Vikeviciute spicing up every page. Coming across this editorial felt like hitting a gold mine -- it's too stupendous for words.
Where do you even begin when the shoot is filled with a hot model donning Chanel, Balenciaga, Balmain, Alexander Wang and Alexander McQueen? You start with the fact that Edita Vikeviciute is in a deserted junkyard making grunge look fashionable. The Numero Tokyo July/August 2010 spread even makes the dump look desirable.
Edita Vilkeviciute Spices it up for the Numero Tokyo July 2010 Spread
1. Designer Grunge - Opportunity for fashion brands to incorporate grunge elements into their designs for a unique and edgy aesthetic.
2. Junkyard Fashion - Potential for photographers and stylists to create fashion editorials in unconventional locations, like junkyards, for a visually captivating and gritty look.
3. Model as Femme Fatale - Chance for fashion photographers to capture the allure and mystique of femme fatale characters through high-fashion editorials featuring strong and empowered female models.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands can leverage the popularity of designer grunge to attract a younger, alternative demographic.
2. Photography - Photographers can explore shooting fashion editorials in unconventional locations, such as junkyards, to create visually striking images.
3. Modeling - Models can embrace their inner femme fatale characters and showcase their versatility by portraying strong, confident, and seductive personas in high-fashion shoots.