Canadian fashion bible Flare Magazine styled a ‘no-holds-barred maximalism’ to capture ‘falls over the top message’.
Flare Magazine goes Baroque to the future
This means that editor Elizabeth Cabral and photographer Christopher Nicholls took the extravagant aesthetic of Dolce&Gabbana’s FW13 women’s collection and added a futuristic twist.
Baroque inspired elegance by Dolce&Gabbana, juxtaposed to neo-futurism stylistic daliance results in an intriguing spread full of visual tension and not short on humour. Models Mélie and Hannah Glasby work their linguid lines to perfection in a decadent Baroque environment, the photos are lit from above and over exposed almost to strip-light effect, the furnishings are over-the top verging on the kitch, including a cheeky Italian horses head reference.
The dresses are hand-embroidered with gold thread on tulle or with metal applications. The hair is a futuristic bee-hive off-set by Dolce&Gabbana earrings in the Baroque tradition.
Credits: Editor Elizabeth Cabral, photographer Christopher Nicholls
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