Metallic fashion is often styled to convey an edgy and futuristic theme, but not so for the Sunday Times Style 'Oh Babe' editorial. Instead, it has been prettified for ultra girly outfits that Cher Horowitz from 'Clueless' would've worn happily today. In place of actress Alicia Silverstone, however, the photoshoot casts model Daphne Groeneveld as the star.
Shot by photographer Eric Guillemain, the Sunday Times Style 'Oh Babe' editorial was styled by Lucy Ewing. She clad the Dutch beauty in feminine pieces from such labels as Nina Ricci, Ralph Lauren Collection, Burberry Prorsum and Celine among others. With a palette of all reds and pinks, the wardrobe would have been perfect inspiration for Valentine's Day. The looks were perfected with doll-like beauty by hairstylist Joseph Puljate and makeup artist Marie Duhart .
The Sunday Times Style 'Oh Babe' Editorial Stars Daphne Groeneveld
1. Girly Metallic Fashion - Designing futuristic fashion pieces for women with a girly touch is an opportunity that can create disruption in the fashion industry.
2. All-red and Pink Palettes - Creating outfits with all-red and pink palettes can pave the way towards a new trend in the fashion industry, encouraging both luxury and affordable fashion brands to incorporate pink and red products in their collections.
3. Doll-like Beauty - Making 'doll-like beauty' the newest trend in makeup and hairstyling can take the beauty industry by storm, with an opportunity for salons and makeup brands to create innovative products catering towards this particular theme.
1. Fashion Industry - Marketing girly futuristic fashion can lead to disruption in the industry, creating new avenues for startups and established companies alike.
2. Luxury Fashion Industry - Adding all-red and pink palettes in fashion collections is an opportunity luxury fashion brands can capitalize on, to deliver a feminine and elegant look for high-end fashion enthusiasts.
3. Beauty Industry - Employing doll-like beauty as a theme for makeup and hairstyling in the beauty industry can attract young consumers with fresh and fun ideas, while catering to a more classic touch with elegance and glamour.