'The Seventh Son' Open Lab editorial pays homage to the 70s with its retro inspired visual concept. Reviving past fashions and androgynous mens' grooming, this fierce fashion story features model Chris Arundel who poses in an ambiguous studio setting. The Storm Models face is photographed by Kate Cox who captures him for the publication's Spring/Summer 2013 issue.
Chris sports patterned knits and high waisted and wide legged jeans reminiscent of the hippie era. The model is dressed in a number of eclectic designer looks from names that include Christopher Shannon, Martine Rose and Beyond Retro to name a few.
In addition to its retro wardrobe, 'The Seventh Son' Open Lab fashion story also exudes an air of androgyny. Model Chris gets into his 70s role by sporting long and wavy locks that are reminiscent of the era's feminine style inspiration.
The Seventh Son Open Lab Photoshoot is 70s Inspired
1. Retro Androgyny Fashion - Reviving past fashions and androgynous mens' grooming is a disruptive innovation opportunity for fashion brands to capitalize on the 70s style inspiration.
2. Studio Photography Revival - The revival of studio photography is a disruptive innovation opportunity for photographers to capture and celebrate the essence of past fashion eras.
3. Eclectic Designer Looks - The emergence of eclectic designer looks is a disruptive innovation opportunity for fashion brands to experiment with a mix of retro styles and modern fashion designs.
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