Posted May 01, 2016
Stella Tennant is blown out and beautiful by Willy Vanderperre shot for Document Journal, SS 2016. Standing in the silhouette of Stella a thespian comes forth, through the cloud of creation a modern woman is born. Balenciaga by Demna Gvasalia delivers a conceptual take on the idea of bold, with a fitted jacket that flairs out as it feels. Stylist, Olivier Rizzo, celebrates the season of change with pieces that bring ferocity forward, as fashion follows the lead with looks that entice while they inspire. Lean lines capture a militant edge, with a t-shirt cinched at the waist with a corset style belt. Androgynous overtones give this a bend of gender ambiguity, allowing each image to leave behind the distinction of male vs. female. Bi-gender beauty becomes as (Makeup Artist) Lynsey Alexander shows the artistry of both sides. Outta the shadows and into the light comes bright, blue eyes that dare to ignite. Obscured by an effulgent glow, the resplendent nature blinds us with its radiant energy. Colors fall over the face like paint on a palette, while ethereal powder softens the skin. Cheeks are flush with a crimson blush as red reveals the ripeness of the lips. Features move from city-gritty to a version of neo-pretty as this story takes a symbolic shift. Ferocity fuels the fire as silence sends a message of strength. Anthony Turner keeps Tennant’s tousles in tune with time, as a short & sassy dew aims to stay ageless. The parable of possible the allegory of extreme, this conveys a “mise en scene” that lives inside a dream.