this shoot was done in collaboration with the ron kedmi workshops, as part of a project, on summer 2011 trends, between shenkar students and ron kedmi photographers. i chose to work on the exaggerated silhouette trend, which goes on to fall 2011-2012 too – in this trend we see the clothing not necessarily loose but often oversized and far away from the body. designers doing this trend include maison martin margiela, viktor & rolf, stella mccartney and more.
styling & complete outfit design by me, photography by yuli serfaty.
more of my fashion styling work. it was part of a collective shoot about the end of summer, and i’ve wanted to take it to a darker meaning. for me, those shots on the beach dunes with the model completely veiled – like in a funeral – against bright sunlight, and were a very clear symbolism of the end. styling: me, model: noam frost for ‘elinor shahar’, photography: tom marshak
i wasn’t around much lately, i know, and even though it seemed i dissolved into thin air i just wanted to say i’m alive and well. i’ve been pretty sick for the last two weeks and i still haven’t completely recovered, plus there were tons of projects to work on and stuff to do… got a new design on the way and more shit in progress and it all will be posted soon! can’t wait to show you guys. meanwhile, here’s a pic of me with my skull-shaped batwing dress, designed by me + two of my favorite things in one video (gloomy bear and splittercore)… bisous!