Fox Harvard photographed Teresa Oman looking like a scholar in this exclusive editorial.
Oman is thoughtful and introspective in each image, quietly considering some existential dilemma or another. Dressed in collared shirts and large, retro-style glasses, chosen by stylist Gerard Pierre Jr., Oman looks like a student back from a particularly stimulating lecture. She contemplates the world around her with a careful, measured intensity.
Oman's bookish look is completed by hair stylist Lan Nguyen and makeup artist Brandie Hopstein, both of whom opted for a natural, low-key look. No fuss, no muss. In Nguyen's case, this meant rumpled low ponytails, and for Hopstein, this meant dewy skin and pink lips. Though understated, the look is absolutely stunning.
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1. Scholarly Aesthetics - Opportunities for disruption in fashion and beauty by combining intellectual appearance with natural, low-key looks.
2. Quiet Intensity - Opportunities for disruption in photography and advertising by featuring more introspective and thoughtful images.
3. Bookish Chic - Opportunities for disruption in eyewear and fashion by bringing back large, retro-style glasses and collared shirts in a modern way.
1. Fashion - Fashion industries can utilize the 'Scholarly Aesthetics' trend to create new clothing lines.
2. Beauty - Beauty industries can leverage the 'Scholarly Aesthetics' trend to introduce new makeup styles that appears natural and low-key.
3. Advertising - The 'Quiet Intensity' trend can open up opportunities for advertising industries to produce introspective and thoughtful imagery for their campaigns.