French photographer Pascal Pierrou shoots pictures of modern girls. His inspiration for the series was Andy Warhols ‘Factory’ which was popular in the 60s in New York. Pierrou imagined people of a new factory, free women, feminists, artists that would exhibit their skin, hair, tattoos and words without being ashamed.
The photographer himself describes his style as ‘clean, classical, commercial with modern stories’.
Hommage a l’art / Vlisco
The Hommage à l’Art collection honours Vlisco’s art by placing their heritage of iconic drawings in the spotlight.
These drawings were recreated into icons as gold statues in photographs inspired by Vlisco’s heritage and the women who wear Vlisco fabrics in a proud, almost regal way, as in royal portraiture.
art direction and styling: Maarten Spruyt, hair: Margot van Essen
MARCHESA Spring 2011 RTW
"After a while you learn
that even sunshine burns if you get too much.
So you plant your own garden
and decorate your own soul”
Once you pop, fun won’t stop. Hello with 3am smiles.