Simply breathtaking! For our Beautiful Black Women feature today we are showcasing model Melie Tiacoh for Harper’s Bazaar! The new visuals that are now officially up on the HP site; are the perfect depiction of elegant, sophisticated fashion for the “rustic chic” bride.
The editorial story incorporates styles from light and airy to bold, vibrant color. Tiers and layers to stunning fringe. In regards to their couture looks Harper’s Bazaar explains,
“The new rustic bride is anything but basic; and she’s ditching boho bridal for looks that are all about effortlessness and edge. From wearing a bold, lucky color to going glam in the great outdoors. [Check out our website] for all the risks on outdoor wedding dressing worth taking.”
Beautiful Black Women: Melie Tiacoh for Harper’s Bazaar
Melie Tiacoh’s stunning wedding gown and wedding dress inspirational photos were shot by Christian Oth at Thistle Dew Farm. This majestic, historic house grounds is nestled in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Built in 1813 the farm boasts a of home of beehives for honey making, gorgeous floral landscape, springs, as well as free range chickens delivering up dozens of eggs.
Fashion Notes: Melie wears a number of beautiful gowns; however, she is also photographed in a floor-length “feathered” fringe gown by couture label, Naeem Khan.
Beautiful Black Women: Melie Tiacoh for Harper’s Bazaar – Editorial Team and Credits
Photography by Christian Oth
Fashion Styling Duties and Collaboration with Carrie Lauren
Hair Styling by Michael Thomas Lollo
Makeup Artistry by Victor Henao
Model of Editorial: Melie Tiacoh as well as Esther Heesch
Casting handled by Dante + Onell
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