The Please Magazine Issue 12 editorial is filled with eclectic ensembles fit for a plastic princess. It is important to note that the word 'plastic' isn't being used in a way that implies a superficial outlook. Instead, it refers to the amount of plastic that model Anni Jurgenson has been surrounded with. Turning her into a sort of bag lady, the Estonian beauty has been given a disheveled look that will appeal to those looking to refresh their grunge style.
Shot by Greta Ilieva, the Please Magazine Issue 12 editorial showcases outfits put together by stylist John William. He concentrated on metallic and latex materials, even going so far as using trash bags as accessories to complement the plastic backdrop. The looks were perfected by hairstylist Michael Jones and makeup artist Annabel Callum.
The Please Magazine Issue 12 Editorial Stars Anni Jurgenson
1. Eclectic Ensembles Fit for a Plastic Princess - Disruptive innovation opportunities for sustainable fashion companies to create stylish clothing using eco-friendly materials like recycled plastic.
2. Metallic and Latex Materials - Disruptive innovation opportunities for textile engineering companies to develop new manufacturing methods for innovative materials like metallic and latex.
3. Trash Bags as Accessories - Disruptive innovation opportunities for recycling companies to transform trash into sustainable fashion accessories.
1. Fashion - Fashion companies can capitalize on new trends to create clothing and accessories made from eco-friendly and innovative materials.
2. Textile Engineering - Textile engineering companies can drive innovation in the fashion industry by developing new manufacturing methods for innovative materials like metallic and latex.
3. Recycling - Recycling companies can expand their scope by transforming waste into sustainable fashion accessories.