Coco Rocha in ‘Minerva Is A Diva’ by Kristian Schuller for L’officiel Italia, Fall 2014
Posted Oct 06, 2014
Coco Rocha plays both sides in ‘Minerva Is A Diva’ by Kristian Schuller for L’officiel Italia, Fall 2014. The madness of movie making ensues, as Coco steps on site going from a dominating director to a decadent diva. Capturing the lost art of impersonation, she depicts the duality of multidimensional roles. Stylist, Peggy Schuller, brings the story to life with a stunning display of diva like costuming. The fantasy of avant-garde fashion erupts with Chanel, Christian Louboutin, DSquared2, Emporio Armani, Gucci, G-Star Raw, Issey Miyake, Miriam Haskell, Philipp Plein, Saint Laurent, Swarovski, Tabitha Simmons, Thom Browne & Valentino. Lost in the annals of her mind, the leading lady falls face first into a bed of blooming flowers. Burgeoning beauty done in black & white, color comes alive in gauche green and rouge delight. Coco Pops, as (Makeup Artist) Stefanie Willmann captures the power of pretty with soft eyes topped with brazen lips. This piece celebrates the art of the mind, as Schuller paves his way from the past to the future. Hairstylist, Yusef Williams, creates a cinema of style with a haute hat filled with holes of glory. Playing a Goddess of music, poetry, wisdom & magic, this torrent of a tale symbolizes the sanctity of female power.