'Soy Cuba' in the spring issue of French Revue de Modes is an intimate editorial shot by Thierry Le GouÃ¨s that captures models Januaria Mora and Richel Larosa going about their everyday business.
The laid-back fashions curated by stylist Alexandra Elbim and the home setting of 'Soy Cuba' combine for a truly believable shoot. I could easily see this as a profile of a couple rather than an editorial.
Implications - In both historic and modern art, human relationships have served as a primary influence. Whether it be friendship, love or sex, the many dynamics of human interaction are popularly portrayed in art as consumers look to these artworks as a reflection of familiar, real-life situations. The old adage 'art imitates life' reigns true for consumers or works of art that evoke everyday emotions that arise out of human relationships