G R E E N L A N D

published by Domenico Kang
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21 April. 2021
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My inspiration for “Greenland” came from the so called movie starring Gerard Butler, where a family struggles for survival in the face of a cataclysmic natural disaster; hit by some huge metheros coming from outer space, the earth is on fire, while a small group of lucky people manage to take refuge in underground bunkers based in Greenland.

I was so impressed, during the show, by these repeated contrasts between warm and cold tones, in the plot and in the photography, that during the night I just dreamt of this concept where the main point would have been the research of some sort of balance – between cold tones (as it comes up in the model’s outfits/make up) and warm ones (digged from the colours of nature in the end of fall season). all that, mixed up to my constant research for ethereal beauty, some move, place, or just glance, that transcends the ordinary material.

Ayesha

Photography by Ayesha Catalano Styling by Natália Novotná Hair & Makeup by Alice Maggioni Photography Assistant by Lorenzo Arcaleni Styling Assistant by Sandu Garachinsky Model by Julia Suszfalak from Wonderwall Milano

 

 

Fashion by Beatrice B, Gianluca Capannolo, Malone Souliers and Sfizio from Attila & Co. PR, Flavia Mardi, Bartolotta & Martorana and Fabiana Ferri from Terenzi communication PR, TPN & Reamerei from S2B PR,  DENNJ, Garachinsky and Lilith