The Telva Spain August 2014 editorial produced by photographer Max Abadian features an assortment of authoritative looks. Model Giedre Dukauskaite was at the center of the photoshoot, posing on her own while clad in ensembles put together by stylist Julia Martinez.
Martinez assembled a commanding aesthetic. This was seen in Dukauskaite as she sported conductor hats, sleek blazers, two-piece suits, button up shirts and crop trousers. Each of the looks could easily be sported while on the job, adding a bit of bureaucratic flair to the set.
In line with Telva Spain's fashion forward brand were Martinez's funky additions. Animal print, leather and chunky high heels were seen, imbuing the production with some unlikely elements that are less suited to professional environments.
The Telva Spain August 2014 Abadian Photoshoot is in Charge
1. Authoritative Looks - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry to create clothing lines that combine professional and authoritative styles.
2. Bureaucratic Flair - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry to create clothing lines that add a touch of bureaucratic flair to professional outfits.
3. Funky Professionalism - There is an opportunity for disruptive innovation in the fashion industry to create clothing lines that incorporate funky elements into professional attire.
1. Fashion Industry - The fashion industry can capitalize on the trend of combining authoritative and professional styles to create new fashion lines for business professionals.
2. Apparel Industry - The apparel industry can explore opportunities to incorporate bureaucratic flair into their designs for business attire.
3. Footwear Industry - The footwear industry can innovate by creating chunky high heels that are both fashionable and suitable for professional environments.