The 'Retroactive' Elle magazine editorial is featured in the publications US March 2012 issue. Captured by the lens of fashion photographer Horst Diekgerdes, model Hannelore Knuts stars in this street-side shoot.
Outfitted by stylist Brian Molloy, the model is a vision in retro-infused styles that are a revival of past couture classics. Taking style cues from our fashionable past, this stunning portrait series references a number of generations from the 60s to 80s, daring to be different and stand apart from the crowd.
Gaining attention for all the right reasons, blonde beauty Hannelore struts her stuff in powerful poses captured against an industrial backdrop. Juxtaposing fabric textures with the stark nature of an industrial backdrop, the 'Retroactive' Elle magazine is bold and vibrant, fusing timeless classics with eye-catching accents.
The Retroactive Elle Magazine Editorial is Outrageously Glam
1. Retro-infused Fashion - There is an opportunity for clothing brands to incorporate retro-infused styles into their designs to add a touch of nostalgia and glamour.
2. Industrial-themed Photography - Photographers can experiment with juxtaposing fabric textures with industrial backdrops to create bold and vibrant portrait series.
3. Revival of Past Couture Classics - There is a growing trend of reviving past couture classics, presenting opportunity for fashion brands to refresh their designs with timeless elements.
1. Fashion - Fashion designers, stylists, and photographers can use the trend of retro-infused fashion and revival of past couture classics to innovate their products and services.
2. Photography - Industrial-themed photography presents an opportunity for photographers to experiment with new techniques and styles to create bold and vibrant portrait series.
3. Media and Publishing - Media and publishing companies can incorporate the trend of retro-infused fashion into their publications to appeal to readers who appreciate nostalgia and glamour.