Darkly sci-fi, the Ranya Mordanova 'French Revue de Modes' editorial is filled with pitch-black ensembles that are at once modest and seductive. The severe tailoring gives each piece a sophisticated aesthetic while the peek-a-boo slits and cuts offer a more feminine allure. The blend of both results in outfits that are tantalizing and teasing.
The Ranya Mordanova French Revue de Modes was lensed by Naomi Yang, a fashion photographer based in Paris, France. Channeling a Belgium and Italian-style theme, at least according to the title, the photo shoot is dramatically European. The Russian beauty was styled by Yoko Miyake, who solely worked with pieces from Anthony Vaccarello's collection. The sheared hair cut by Ramona and inky makeup by Tatyana Makarova adds to the futuristic looks.
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