The Flowers for Fashion Gone Rogue is a true editorial celebration of makeup.
Shot by photographer Wang Yang with model Li Ke offering her face as an experimental palette of different looks, the shoot focuses on the beauty of flowers as a muse. Each image introduces a new flower of which Li Ke replicates on her own face with brilliant shades of lipstick, eye shadow and blush. My favorite image in the series is the matching of yellow flowers with a similar shade of lipstick paired with blue, yellow and pink hued eye makeup.
If you love experimenting with different cosmetics, The Flowers for Fashion Gone Rogue photo shoot will inspire you to take on a bolder, brighter look for spring.
The Flowers for Fashion Gone Rogue Editorial Features Pops of Color
1. Floral-inspired Makeup - There is an opportunity for cosmetic brands to create floral-inspired makeup products that mimic the vibrant colors and patterns of flowers.
2. Experimental Beauty - The rise of experimental beauty trends opens up opportunities for makeup artists and beauty influencers to create unique looks using unconventional techniques and materials.
3. Nature-inspired Fashion Editorials - Fashion magazines and brands can explore more nature-inspired editorials that combine fashion and elements of nature, creating visually stunning and ethereal visuals.
1. Cosmetics - Cosmetic brands can leverage the popularity of floral makeup trends to develop new product lines and attract customers who are looking for unique and vibrant makeup options.
2. Beauty Influencer - Beauty influencers can take advantage of the trend for experimental beauty to showcase their creativity and skills, building a loyal following and potential partnerships with beauty brands.
3. Fashion and Magazine Publishing - Fashion magazines and brands can tap into the trend of nature-inspired fashion editorials to create visually captivating content that resonates with the audience and drives engagement.