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'Soy Cuba' for French Revue de Modes Depicts Life's Daily Treats

 - Apr 4, 2010   Updated: Jul 12 2011
References: frenchrevue & fashiongonerogue
'Soy Cuba' in the spring issue of French Revue de Modes is an intimate editorial shot by Thierry Le Gouès 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