I am SO excited to be posting this shoot today!!! I have always loved Victor Sizemore ’s work and was so thrilled to be able to style his mentor workshop this year! When he told me he wanted to go for 1920′s Paris glamor, my heart may have skipped a beat a little as I am obsessed with this era! He also wanted to have a throwback to the old fashioned boudoir shoots that took place in the 1920′s (I will feature in my next post)… I could not wait to get started! I went everywhere in search of the perfect dress for the outside portion of the shoot. I did not want to go with just the flapper dress (though I love)… I was looking for a showstopper. I finally stumbled upon this amazing vintage white feather dress and fell in love with it immediately. Our model Sarah Scott was so perfect for this dress and with her dancing background she knew how to work it well! I also added in a vintage necklace that I had Amelia add in as a head piece to add a little drama. In the end it was cool to see everyone’s take on the shoot… below are a few of my favorite shots of our first model Sarah from the photographers! Please make sure to check out their websites to see all of the amazing photos!
I had Victor squeeze in a quick shot here and am just in love with this image…
Gwendolyn Tundermann captured the playfulness of the dress so good! I also threw in my own vintage green ring for this shot…
Loved this head shot taken by Ann Oleinik
Thank you to the amazing team who worked together on this shoot!!!! I will posting more on the workshop in the next few days so please check back!