I would have never guessed that this funky photo shoot came from the Wall Street Journal Magazine but the WSJ November 2011 editorial will surely invite newly excited readers to the publication.
Photographed by Richard Burbridge, the WSJ November 2011 photo series captures model Bette Franke as she transforms like a chameleon from one colorful ensemble to the next. Stylist David Vandewal chooses pieces from Givenchy, Jil Sander and Marc Jacobs for a stunning collection of head-turning fashion.
Take a look at the WSJ November 2011 editorial to see a completely different side of the usually serious Wall Street Journal Magazine.
Implications - Designs featuring a statement-making aesthetic attracts shoppers who want to create a unique image for themselves. Companies could focus on implementing a bold aesthetic into their items to answer this demand for more personalization.
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