The Vogue Paris 'Clair de Jour' editorial softens the seductive element present throughout the photoshoot through the use of romantic lighting and composition. The waning sunlight that shines in through the window may highlight the model's curves and even reveal her nude state beneath the sheer, diaphanous fabric of her dresses, but instead of being plain sexy, it is more artistic.
Appearing in the magazines June-July 2012 issue, the Vogue Paris Clair de Jour editorial was shot by New York-based Italian photographer Mario Sorrenti. It stars model Natasha Poly. The Russian beauty was styled by editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt in pieces from such labels as Valentino, John Galliano, Dior and Oscar de la Renta. The sun-drenched images were perfected by hairstylist Recine and makeup artist Aaron de Mey.
The Vogue Paris 'Clair de Jour' Editorial Stars an Exposed Natasha Poly
1. Romantic Lighting - Opportunity for innovative lighting solutions that enhance the atmosphere and mood of photography.
2. Diaphanous Fashion - Potential for disruptive fashion designs that incorporate sheer, translucent fabrics into everyday wear.
3. Artistic Seduction - Possibility for a new wave of photography that captures sensuality in a more artistic and nuanced way.
1. Photography - Innovation opportunities for photographers to experiment with new lighting techniques and concepts.
2. Fashion - Potential for fashion designers to explore the use of sheer fabrics as a unique and visually appealing design element.
3. Beauty and Cosmetics - Opportunity for makeup artists and hairstylists to create looks that balance sensuality with artistic expression.