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Over the Rainbow


The inspiration for this lovely shoot reared from two things really, firstly, an up and coming fall trend of night time glamour, opulent bronze and gold with a red lip that never goes out of style. Model Rainbow is wearing a bronze geometric shape party dress paired with thigh high socks that have been seen recently on the Alexander Wang and Rag & Bone runways! I’m really hoping this fall to see a lot of Over accessorizing in the Right way! Chunky jewelry and stacked rings, especially stones and vintage are a great start.

Secondly, I wanted to dedicate this article and photo shoot to the late Lee Alexander McQueen. When I first saw this amazing gold and bronze printed shoulder padded jacket I immediately thought of a couple different outfits from his Fall 2010 Collection [ the last collection he created]. I was so inspired and happy to see it at H&M that I snatched it right up and wanted to show it everyone! The jacket itself is very unconventional and unique and is so reminiscent of what he last created. According to WWD McQueens last collection was inspired by “Byzantine art and Old Master paintings”

Alexander McQueen was a visionary and known for his highly controversial and extreme design aesthetic. McQueen drew inspiration from nature and other shocking topics and leaves people in awe after seeing a collection for the first time. When models walk down the runway, it’s like seeing pieces of live art work and not just mere clothing on a body. The impression he left is astounding. McQueen is mesmerizing, truly unique and a genius fashion designer that has definitely earned his respects in the high end fashion world. May we never forget Lee Alexander McQueen.



Photos By Turbo

Styling By Kayla


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Your photography is awesome!

September 22, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMelissa Clark

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