'The Final Destination' Harpers Bazaar Hong Kong editorial features bold make-up looks paired with avant-garde styling. The cinematic photo series lensed by photographer Lamb showcases a series of heavily costumed captures that push fashion boundaries.
Model Mitchell Smith poses alongside a masked female beauty. The pair sports heavily applied, clown-inspired makeup looks and creatively shaped coifs. The clowned couple wear eccentric outerwear, suited staples as well as heavily beaded frocks. The editorial's avant-garde wardrobe selected by stylist Lois is androgynous and edgy, making for a morbid macabre photo story.
The models are outfitted in high-end statement pieces from the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Valentino and Vivienne Westwood. Luxurious jewelry pieces, lace gloves, statement belts and soaring stilettos make for gender-bending accessories that serve as impeccable finishing touches to memorable couture looks.
Image Credit: Lamb
'The Final Destination' Harper's Bazaar Hong Kong Editorial is Creepy
1. Bold Makeup Looks - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop new makeup products and techniques that push the boundaries of artistic expression.
2. Avant-garde Styling - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Create innovative clothing designs that challenge traditional fashion norms and push the limits of creativity.
3. Gender-bending Accessories - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Design accessories that challenge traditional gender norms and provide unique, statement-making options for fashion-forward individuals.
1. Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Introduce sustainable and ethical practices into the fashion industry to reduce its environmental impact.
2. Beauty - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Develop cutting-edge skincare and beauty products that cater to diverse skin types and provide personalized solutions.
3. Jewelry - Disruptive innovation opportunity: Explore innovative materials and production methods to create sustainable and customizable jewelry pieces.