Playing up the opulence of embellishments, the Nylon Magazine 'Brave New World' editorial shows casually edgy, encrusted looks.
The mood of fall runways was decidedly excessive. It can be difficult to play with such boldly lavish embellishments without feeling overdone. Models Allaire and Ella give a lesson on casually sporting the season's bling. This fashion story's poetic take on the prominent encrusted theme is exemplary in that it makes excessive embellishments surprisingly wearable.
Styled by Martha Violante, the decorate styles are captured by photographer Andrew Stinson. The spread boasts ornamental pieces by Diane Von Frustenberg, Prada, Louis Vuitton, Oscar de la Renta, Diesel and Burberry Prorsum. Brave New World is a demonstrative visual of blinged garment potential.
The Nylon Magazine 'Brave New World' Spread is Edgily Encrusted
1. Excessive Embellishments - Opportunities for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry to create more wearable and practical excessive embellished fashion pieces.
2. Casual Edge - Opportunities for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry to create more casual yet on-trend pieces with edge.
3. Boldly Lavish Runway Trends - Opportunities for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry to transform bold runway trends into more practical and wearable designs.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can use the trend of excessive embellishments to create innovative, wearable options for the everyday consumer.
2. Photography - The photography industry can explore opportunities to capture and showcase these types of editorial spreads in new and unique ways.
3. Luxury Retail - The luxury retail industry can take advantage of the trend of excessive embellishments to offer a range of high-end, boldly lavish pieces that cater to a specific demographic.