FEATURED ARTISTS AND SOCIAL SHARING SITES
Digital Artist: Gra Truvier
Model: Alicia Medina @Sight Management
Stylists: Juan Martín and Leyre Sánchez
Make Up and Hair: Naomi Gayoso (N.Y.C) for Inglot Cosmetics
Make up and Hair assistant: Cristina García
Germán Alemán Photographer
(Facebook), @alemangerman(twitter and Instagram)
Digital Artist: Gra Truvier (Facebook), @gratruvier (Instagram)
Make Up and Hair: Naomi Gayoso (Facebook), @naomigayoso (Instagram), @xkmakeup (Twitter)
Agency: Uno Barcelona (Facebook), @unomodels (Instagram)
Stylist Juan: Juan Martin (Facebook), @_juan_martin (Instagram)
Stylist Leyre: Leyre Sanchez (Facebook), @leyresv (Instagram)
FEATURED WARDROBE STYLIST INTERVIEW
1. How does this collection speak to you? How did it come about? What did you want this to say to your audience?
This collection talks about the effortless sensuality. We decided to superimpose some clothes and leave unbuttoned some other ones to get it. We want to say to our audience that beauty doesn’t necessarily means to always go perfectly dressed; it’s just about exploiting your natural sensuality.
2. What do you find to be the most difficult when bringing a team of artists together to create a cohesive look? How do you pick the right team?
The most difficult part is that the whole team has in mind the same interpretation of the initial concept. That’s why, to pick the right team, it’s really important to find people that share your same vision of fashion.
3. As an editorial artist, what do you feel is one of the biggest mistakes beginners tend to make?
I think that one of the biggest mistakes that beginners tend to make is disguising the models instead of making fashion.
4. How would you describe your artistic style?
My artistic style goes from classic with modern touches to the latest trends harmoniously combined. I like to use neutral tones with some splashes of color. Anyway, the most important thing to me is to never lose elegance.
5. How do you go about picking the right pieces for the editorial?
To pick the right pieces I previously talk with the whole team to decide the concept of the editorial, and from that I try to choose clothes that follow a single line in style and color.
6. What is your greatest weakness; your greatest strength?
My greatest weakness at present is the mini length in tube skirts and dresses, and my greatest strength is the combination of colors and volumes.
7. What misconceptions do you think outsiders have about fashion / beauty editorials and the business of styling?
I think that outsiders have a lot of misconceptions, but the one that most annoys me is the idea that fashion and styling world is a superficial and empty world. In my opinion, every fashion editorial expresses one concept and causes one feeling into the viewer, and that depends of the model acting, the hair and makeup chosen, the clothes worn and the way of the photographer captures everything. It’s actually a way of art and another way to express feelings and thoughts.
8. What is your secret to keeping a happy balanced life while following your passion?
To keep it I always try to not obsess about the job, and to not being all the day talking about it. It really helps having friends totally outside of the fashion world.
9. Music feeds the soul and often motivates. What music are you playing while you are shooting?
The music that we listen while we’re shooting depends on the acting that we ask to the model; we search the closest one to the style that we’re doing.
10. Words to live by?
Passion, dreams and love.