Directed and Styled by Sharra Greene
Photographer/ Co Creative Director: D. Rice Photography
Model: Sophia Yeshi
Hair Stylist/Makeup Artist: Brittany Main
This editorial started as a daydream of mine... a daydream of a woman dressed in styles inspired by the 90's high fashion street style stories that we'd see featured in Vogue, Elle and other major publications (specifically, Tyra Banks and Susan Holmes for Elle US 1993), but with some modern look updates. For onlookers, the woman is extremely hard to miss. Her bold sense of style, self-evident confidence, and radiant beauty that shines from within, all disrupt whatever street she's strolling and strutting on. People want to know where she's headed, why, and who's lucky enough to have her presence and time. Of course, she is the definition of walking art.
I wanted to convey the theme through a series of looks that featured the mixing of busy prints and patterns with rich textures, sultry silhouettes and cut outs that reveal just enough, along with statement jewelry and accessories that accent the body impeccably.
My team and I chose a downtown area filled with versatile scenery, cute shops and bistros, that visually complimented the attire exquisitely. Onlookers gaze at Sophia as she strides in gorgeous shots, some candid and some with intentional strong, emotional deliverance. Fresh and subtle makeup and hair styling by Brittany Main. Phenomenal photography and co creative direction by Damon Rice. See the official lookbook below.
Comment your thoughts below. Stay tuned for an interview with featured model Sophia Yeshi, coming very soon to the blog.