Photographer: Marcus Ohlsson. Model(s): Marie Piovesan. Source: Dansk Magazine. Stylist: Creative Director; Uffe Buchard, Fashion Editor; Alexandra Carl. Makeup: Anne Staunsager. Hair: Mette Thorsgaard.
Posted Aug 17, 2015
Marie Piovesan plays with the idea of Gender in ‘Premiere Vision’ shot by Marcus Ohlsson for Dansk Magazine, Fall/Winter 2015-16. Redesigning the concept of creativity, Dansk dares to display a new Visual Identity. Refreshed and ready to go this kind of innovation takes us to another level. Gone are the days of masculine/feminine roles as this issue invites us to explore a new way of thinking. Fashion Editor, Alexandra Carl, feels out the future with Fall’s linear collection by Hermès. The shape of things to come gives us incentive, while still offering the power of now. Clean pieces speak chic with designs that defy gender lines. Bold hues pop off the page as Anne Staunsager uses makeup like paint on a pallet. Blue screams across the lids in a show of dreamy defiance. As yellow blasts across the brows, hovering in ethereal mastery. Bright colors saturate as a function of artistry rather than an accessory of cosmetics. The purpose of pigment ignores sexuality by blending shades beyond beauty. Like dye used on the eyes we don’t see the extremity, rather we invite the exception. Find the face of forever by saying good-bye to today’s androgyny and yes to the dream of living supreme. Hairstylist, Mette Thorsgaard, punctuates the story with chaotic coiffure cut in an inverted A-line. Letting go of perfection, this distinction celebrates a crooked new dew done in the form of an asymmetrical bob. Truth is found in the strands of expression, allowing us to re-envision the tumult of tomorrow. Creative Director; Uffe Buchard capture the tone of the piece with a dynamic combination of art and action.