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Image / Fashion

The November Issue: The Anatomy Of The Shoot


by IMAGE
03rd Nov 2016
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PRINTS OF DARKNESS

In the first of our two exquisite fashion editorials, stylist Sinead Keenan reveals how to expertly mix and match earthy prints and tactile textures for a look that is chic and unique.

Elegant embroideries and ornate brocade are given greater depth in a twilight palette of cool blues through to rich reds – embrace winter’s most bewitching mood.

Photographed by Olivia Pearce.

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How To Add Texture With Tweed

Tweed is a classic textile that creates a beautiful contrast with delicate embroideries and pretty embellishments. Don’t be afraid to update this old favourite in shades of blue or burgundy.

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Why We Love Embroidery

Embroidery is the perfect play on winter’s ornate trend. But don’t be precious about it – a fully worked dress can look exquisite. Balance the embellishment with smooth silks or sheer rayons for an homage to femininity.

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This article originally appeared in the November issue of IMAGE Magazine, on shelves nationwide now.

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