Was meant to post this awhile ago but completely forgot! I did a re-edit of my fashion film, a lot shorter and snappier and a lot better than the first I think even though the concept has been taken out of this one...but that's what makes it better. I hope.
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I'm the most un-colourful person so putting some outfits together for the monochrome trend was pretty easy. Only a few of these things I own, the rest is wishful thinking...but my 21st is coming up so who knows...
I couldn't remember where I saw that white knit jumper in the first image, sorry guys. Guess I'll never own that one then!
Always looking for inspiration for shoots, usually have a scrapbook and tear out of magazines but seen as though I haven't bought a magazine for...months, the internet is the only option. I actually hate browsing the internet for stuff I like, it's draining. I'd much prefer a magazine but been a student n'all, £4/£5 aint cheap!
Fashion film for my practical side of my dissertation. The concept is based upon the question 'Do fashion films have a greater impact than editorial print in magazines?'. The idea is that the first frame is still with no sound or movement to give you the same experience as you would get if you were to look at a magazine, then as she begins to move you are then getting the experience you would if you were to watch a fashion film. This allows you to compare and contrast the two very different experiences and see which one you believe would have a stronger effect on the viewers.
WATCH IT HERE: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AEUh7NNX9qQ
When it comes to clothing I am not in the least bit colourful or extravagant so I was more than happy to see that the 'Minimalistic' trend is back for S/S '13. The futuristic minimalism was taken to new heights at NYFW with laser cut leather and graphic panels sticking closely to traditional American sportswear design. Gotta love Wang.