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Fashion Editorial: Wearable Art

Fashion Editorial: Wearable Art


Photographer: Orsolya Juhász
Model: Olívia Nagy @ Incoming Talents
Makeup Artist: Viktória Kása
Hair Stylist: Szandra Kis
Stylist: Nikolett Németh & Vivien Nagy

Top by Zara; necklace by Stradivarius and short by Stradivarius.
Top by H&M and necklace by Stradivarius.
Top by H&M; jacket by H&M; skirt by Bershka and necklace by Stradivarius.
Dress Romwe.
Top by Stradivarius; short by Stradivarius and necklace is a vintage piece.
Vest by Romwe.
Skirt by F&F and necklace by H&M.
Bra by Triumph; skirt by F&F and necklaces by H&M.

Orsolya Juhasz is from Budapest, Hungary and she’s learned arts since childhood. She’s interested in painting, drawing and photography of course. She studied at Budapest College of Communication and Business, Media Arts School Photography.

Her photography is characterized by minimalism and clarity and this editorial’s shoot was inspired by painting. These black and white photos are combination with color brush strokes that complements the model’s poses and styling. Compositions are airy but dynamic and entire editorial is typified by fierceness. Styling enhances that.

A pencil skirt can be the cornerstone of any wardrobe. Wear a lot of jewelry with simple things, this is a new rule for stylish girls. It’s time to wear futuristic little black dresses. Forget about boring ones!

Matching different textured pieces, a leather short with a neoprene top? More than awesome!  Fringed leather skirt? Why not? Mix with a soft printed brassiere and you gonna be the most stylish girl on a festival.

Lolita style is always works on a date or a girls night out, match with pearls and you going to be sexy as hell.