Mica Arganaraz in ‘Frenchy’ by David Sims for Vogue Paris, September 2014
Posted Aug 21, 2014
Mica Arganaraz celebrates the circle of life in ‘Frenchy’ a story by David Sims for Vogue Paris, 09/14. Fashion Director, Emmanuelle Alt, does it again with works that seem to get inside our mind. The power of this piece echos our passion for the future while still paying tribute to the past. Mica gets down with 70′s inspired looks that dare to take us for a walk on the wild side. “The dawn summons us by barely seeing the swallows in the depth of the baby blue skies.” Alt embraces the artistry of black & white with designs by Céline, Chanel, Dior, Giorgio Armani, Hermès, Lanvin & Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane. Luring us in (Makeup Artist) Lucia Pieroni captures our imagination, by using bold beauty as a source of inspiration. Dark eyes speak with stunning shots that expose us to the duality of modern symbolism. Hairstylist, Paul Hanlon, lets the looseness of each piece fall around the face like whispers from the wind. The sanctitude of solitude erupts, showing us that freedom is made up of the alternating forces of light and dark.