Tuesday, 20 May 2014

far away, on Lake Chad

It is certainly not the first time that interior textiles are
interpreted through a fashion point of view yet the Russian
edition of AD - Architectural Digest, the illustrious international
magazine about architecture and design - has found quite
an elegant way to showcase this season's designer fabrics
for interiors as well as to take headwrapping to a new level.

A bright vivid photo shoot taken for AD magazine's editorial
by first-rate photographer Olga Tuponogova-Volkova who,
after completing a professional course with Moscow-based
photographer Joris Van Velzen, started developing her own
vision of modern art and photography working for five-star
international magazines such as Vogue, Glamour and Instyle
to name a few, briskly earning a reputation as an expert.

Crossing the far-flug corners of the world, the impressive
editorial is called ”Far away, on Lake Chad” evoking the
shimmering wetland in the landlocked country in central Africa,
south of the Sahara, through an eye-catching combination of 
patterned creations in denim, silk, wool, cotton, flax, mulberry
and viscose with gorgeous wrappings and turban-inspired
shapes with tiebacks, foam cubes and polyester fibers. 
Isn't it amazing?

> all images © by Olga Tuponogova-Volkova, style by Natalia Obukhov <

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