The Vogue Netherlands 'Festival Express' editorial is inspired by folk music and music festivals. A moody photoshoot, to say the very least, it is filled with dark cloudy skies and somber expressions. Instead of the happy go-lucky, free-spirited vibe often associated with these types of scenes, the editorial has a Gothic grunge feel that is interestingly not part of the style at all.
Shot by Paul Bellaart, the Vogue Netherlands 'Festival Express' editorial is set to appear in the October 2012 issue of the magazine. It stars models Dewi Driegen, Anna Katrine and Ida Dyberg alongside musicians Marie Fisker Band & Shiny Darkly. With a little authenticity thrown into the mix, the photoshoot is very captivating. On beauty duty was Henrik Haue.
The Vogue Netherlands 'Festival Express' Editorial is Somber
1. Moody Music-inspired Photoshoots - The fashion industry can explore more opportunities in innovative advertising campaigns and billboard postings to entice young music enthusiasts.
2. Gothic Grunge Style - The fashion industry can create a disruptive clothing line that merges vintage elements with gothic grunge style, targeting music festival enthusiasts seeking a darker look.
3. Authenticity in Photoshoots - The publishing industry can experiment with more authentic photoshoots that merge fashion, music, and musicians to attract young readers and subscribers.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry has the opportunity to create unique clothing and accessories for music festival enthusiasts looking for a Gothic grunge-style vogue.
2. Publishing - Publishing industries can innovate with more authentic photo sessions, involving musicians and festival-goers alike, to draw younger readership and create brand loyalty.
3. Advertising and Marketing - With one of a kind and cutting-edge advertising and marketing campaigns, industries can attract young, music-loving audiences and create long-term brand loyalty.