Often you see a fashion shoot that starts to push the boundaries in terms of protest, style, demonstration or whatever it may be. There are times when you can take fashion to a level beyond what you see and there are times where it simply is what it is.
This In ‘O’ Sense shoot – shot by Garjan Atwood and styled with dresses by Mary Katrantzou – is one of the most compelling and captivating shoots to date in terms of it’s forward-thinking notions and appeals to further human thought. Atwood, trained in the digital arts and with a background from architecture to advertising has found resonance with Katrantzou, creator and digital designer, to form something thought-provoking, enchanting and edgy.
The portraits in the In ‘O’ Sense shoot capture the clash between the surrealists and the deconstructionists in their visual and contemplated implications. Surrealists played with the ideas of both the physical and seeable world and the world of imagination and dreams, that the two had an inextricable link and through forms of art and mind they would be able to bring the two holistically together. Deconstructionist’s appeal to only the evident world, therefore even though patterns may be internally imprinted they always have an external reference.
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