For this edition of Beautiful Black Women, we are featuring the stunning work of model; Emmanuelle Lacou for L’Officiel Ukraine Red Storm Editorial! Beautiful, elegant and what couture dreams are made of. This editorial invites you in and does not let go until you gain new perspective on the immense intensity that is couture design.
Emmanuelle Lacou for L’Officiel Ukraine Red Storm Editorial-Beautiful Black Women
When a storm comes along there are phases. You see things changing and rolling in towards you. The storm hits a fever high in full force. Then there’s the calm.
Lo’Officiel’s Red Storm editorial takes readers on a similar journey. The visuals capture the edgy, raw, delicate, structural and at times; unconventional elements of this season’s gorgeous garb. In regards to the fashion and editorial, L’Officiel Ukraine states,
“Shooting Red Storm for L’Officiel Online is emotional with a powerful energy like a whirlwind. The combination of exotic lines, wild natural textures and elegant silhouettes increases the effect of a deep, almost powerful look.”
Therefore, if you love high fashion then you will enjoy seeing Emmanuelle Lacou in action modeling every piece! Here are a few of the designers that she wears:
Jean Paul Gaultier and Swarovski
Fashion Notes: Some quick trends to pick up from this editorial as well is the use of fringe, sparkling embellishments, prints and oversized sleeves and shoulders. This fashion is all about drama. So if you like making a scene when you enter the room; these looks will help you achieve that… and then some!
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