This gorgeous 'Margarita' photo set by Sergey Serichenko uses tulle netting to frame his model and weave his storyline together. Each image is a delicate balance of femininity and strength, of vulnerability and playfulness. It's a haunting mix, and I can't help but think of a ballerina when I see all that tulle.
Click through the gallery above to see more images from 'Margarita' by Sergey Serichenko.
Implications - In today's consumption-hungry culture, companies and businesses often find it challenging to retain the attention and engagement of their consumers for extended periods of time. A simple way to ease the burden of the short attention spans of consumers is by providing them with products that boast mystifying and inconsistent qualities. In doing so, clients will be allured by the delayed gratification.
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Sergey Serichenko ‘Margarita' Uses Netting to Weave Storyline
- By: Marissa BrassfieldMay 10, 2009 Updated: Jun 21 2011