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Hand-made metal couture accessories, heavy jewelry, and a striking enigmatic flare gives us a mysterious and shady look back into the alluring twenties, keeping the romanticism but making it more edgy and fascinating with a touch of darkness.
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Tagged allure, beauty, conceptual dare, couture, dark, donatella fabio, editorial, enigmatic, fur, idriss guelai, italian fashion, jewelry, lavinia otetaru, magazine, Photography, roberto roto, sexy, stylist, twenties
Alex Box, a ground-breaking make-up artist who’s aim is to explore the relationship between art, science, nature and the magical through her outrageous imagination. Each creation takes into consideration not only the model, but the mood, the moment and feelings which form different faces of beauty.
Boundaries within make-up and art are challenged and destroyed by Alex’s unusual techniques, she is not afraid in exploring possibilities such as mixing pigments with icing-sugar or post-its in order to create exotic, fantastical and new expressive ranges of beauty.
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Tagged Alex Box, avant garde, conceptual, conceptual dare, deconstructive beauty, donatella fabio, haute make up, innovative, make up, make-up artist, vogue
Hordes of chaotic bodies compose the intriguing aesthetic work of Claudia Rogge, creating a unique and infinite atmosphere in her photographs, installations and performances. Rogge simulates her own vision on masses by developing a magical scenario where the crowd performs with different elements such as foam, masks, paint, tattoos, paper, ecc… Changing our view on masses from ordinary to strong, powerful and beautiful.
The artist focuses on expressing how today, people are taught to develope an absolute individuality which in the end is determined by mass media and mass consumption, but Rogge‘s work is also stating the uniqueness of the patterns and rhythms produced by masses .
Claudia Rogge makes an impact on the viewer who will certainly question individuality, conformity and of course masses.
Greek designer Maria Mastori is the master creator of super-sized jewelry since 2005. Her pieces carry a tribal inspiration using different materials such as: gold, silver, wood, onyx, silk, crystal and marble.
Maria is sure growing strong in her native country, not only had her pieces been published in magazines such as Elle and Vogue, but also high-profile clients follow her faithfully, feeling a distinctive attraction to her unique, powerful and incredibly beautiful jewelry.