A really cool project I was able to support. 3 girls (pupils of the CHS-Villach) made an excursion into a great time of art and lifestyle.
“Fascination combined with an ironic twist turns into a combination of art and daily life – that’s what usually comes to people’s minds when they think about the 60s. The following garments were inspired by Pop Art, which is known for its crazy and opaque colours, airy dresses and playfulness. The special thing about this project is that the showy Pop Art fabric is present in every piece of the designs. Those garments also embody the wearers personality. Within the framework of the diploma thesis those three CHS Villach students – Michelle, Marzia and Marion – produced this collection.”
I was honoured to place these girls into a fashion set in the studio and produced 3 lead covers plus various editorial shots to fill a diploma magazine. The shooting itself was a great time together with the three M’s
Some technique: The background was build from two wooden panels with a distance of one meter from each other. To generate different background colours I used gel filters on the flashes. So we could get the poppy colours to complement the models and dresses in nearly no time.
The three designer and models:
Marions Instagram: @satanslolitaa
Michelles Instagram: @michelle_wriessnegger
Marzia doesn’t want to be linked
Make-Up and Hair: Tanja_S, Angelika Rocil (@angelika_rocil)