The Vogue Brazil July 2013 cover shoot channels the '60s for a sexy retro theme that is perfect for the summer season. Heading to the beach, model Anna Ewers, who is joined by steamy male model Albert Reed, flaunts her bikini-ready body in tight crop tops, flowy miniskirts and some short shorts. Paired with big Brigitte Bardot hair courtesy of Fernando Torrent and smokey eyes by makeup artist Ayami Nishimura, people will feel as though they have stepped through a time machine.
Shot by photographer Mariano Vivanco, the Vogue Brazil July 2013 cover shoot was appropriately captured in Miami, Florida. The skin-baring looks were put together by stylist Yasmine McDougall Sterea. She pulled pieces from the racks of such labels as Prada, Belstaff, American Apparel, Chanel, Louis Vuitton and many more.
The Vogue Brazil July 2013 Cover Shoot Stars a Retro Anna Ewers
1. Retro Fashion - The fashion industry can capitalize on the popularity of retro styles by creating modern designs that incorporate elements from the '60s era.
2. Nostalgia Marketing - Brands can utilize nostalgia marketing tactics to appeal to consumers' longing for past eras and create campaigns that transport people to the '60s.
3. Vintage-inspired Beauty - The beauty industry can create products and looks that evoke the glamor, sultriness, and femininity of iconic '60s bombshells like Brigitte Bardot.
1. Fashion - Fashion designers can look to the popularity of '60s fashion for inspiration and create modern designs with a retro twist.
2. Marketing and Advertising - Marketing and advertising agencies can help brands use nostalgia as a marketing tool to connect with consumers who are nostalgic for past eras.
3. Beauty and Cosmetics - Beauty and cosmetics brands can create makeup and hair products that are inspired by the iconic beauty looks of '60s bombshells like Brigitte Bardot and appeal to people looking for a classic yet modern style.