Photographer Vlada Krasilnikova conjures a futuristic dreamland of glaring, neon fluorescence and the chromed-out glint of sleek, steel surfaces…bouncing light off of the staunch silhouettes of lifeless technology. The sterility of the setting makes for an artful dichotomy of organics and inorganics; spotlighting the natural electricity of Aquarelle’s striking new sensation, Lida. The structured designs were created by the visionary Tonya Vorobyeva and arranged by stylist Elena Ivanova Tagirova. Clean and slick beauty accents were incorporated by the talented Anna Bugrova. Dark scenes illuminated by neon lights, strewn with artificial props and injected futuristic noir designs, make for a sultry series of cyber inspired style. Check out the full editorial HERE. Enjoy!
Or as it’s publicly known: ‘Chance Eau Tendre’
The ad campaign for Chance Eau Tendre was created by the unparalleled genius of french photographer (among many other titles) Jean-Paul Goude. The face and body of the campaign is none other than french sweetheart-model Sigrid Agren. The advertisements feature her wrapped around the flacon of perfume, adorned by a blooming garland of flowers. I greatly prefer this version of the campaign to the earlier version of Chanel Chance from 2003. It’s just so darn pretty, it’s hard to resist!