‘The Future is Noise’ DEW editorial stars model Daniel L. who is captured by the lens of Andy Long Hoang. The androgynous model shows off his long blonde locks in a striking editorial that embraces all things eccentric.
Daniel is styled by Tinashe Musara who dresses him in an eclectic wardrobe that features a mix of modern menswear ranging from luxe to affordable. Whether sporting looks from the recent H&M x Marni collaboration collection or luxury classics from Yves Saint Laurent, Daniel pulls off contemporary pieces in a gender-bending way.
DEW magazine’s ‘The Future is Noise’ editorial follows the visual theme of surrealism. Model Daniel sports long locks and a painted face, channeling a mythical figure while posing against an artfully spiritual backdrop.
The Future is Noise DEW Photo Shoot Captures Eccentric Ensembles
1. Androgynous Fashion - The rise of androgynous fashion presents disruptive innovation opportunities in the clothing industry to create gender-neutral designs and redefine traditional beauty standards.
2. Eclectic Styling - The popularity of eclectic styling in fashion opens up disruptive innovation opportunities in the styling industry to experiment with unconventional combinations and push boundaries.
3. Surrealist Imagery - The use of surrealist imagery in editorials provides disruptive innovation opportunities in the photography industry to create visually captivating and thought-provoking content.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry can leverage the rise of androgynous fashion and eclectic styling to cater to a broader range of consumers and break gender norms.
2. Clothing - The clothing industry has the opportunity to capitalize on androgynous fashion by designing versatile and gender-neutral garments that appeal to a diverse customer base.
3. Photography - The photography industry can explore the use of surreal and artistic imagery to create unique and captivating visual content, attracting more clients and pushing creative boundaries.