The Vogue Korea April 2014 editorial embraces the art of graffiti for its photoshoot titled, 'Color of Love.' It is appropriately romantic considering that it stars model Suvi Koponen alongside her handsome husband Tyler Riggs. The latter plays the role of a street artist while the blonde beauty is clearly his muse. Clad in a wardrobe that is not only artsy, but quirky and sporty as well, the looks are perfect for the spring and summer seasons.
Shot on location by photographer Benny Horne of Trouble Management, the Vogue Korea April 2014 editorial Ye Young Kim, who focused on topless looks for the husband and vibrant outfits full of prints and patterns for the wife. She pulled exclusively from the Prada Spring-Summer 2014 collection, which draws heavily on the art scene.
The Vogue Korea April 2014 Photoshoot Stars Suvi Koponen
1. Graffiti Fashion - Fashion brands can incorporate graffiti-inspired designs into their collections to attract younger consumers.
2. Artistic Collaborations - Fashion brands can collaborate with street artists to create unique and culturally significant pieces.
3. Sporty Quirkiness - Sports-inspired fashion with quirky and colorful touches can be a popular trend for the spring and summer seasons.
1. Fashion - Fashion brands can incorporate street art-inspired designs and collaborations to attract consumers seeking unique and culturally significant pieces.
2. Art - The use of street art and graffiti in editorials can inspire new collaborations between the street art and fashion industries.
3. Photography - Photographers can explore street art as a backdrop for their shoots, creating interesting and unique visuals.