Here are the final images from my fashion photography assignment.
The story/concept of this series of images is that of a girl on a night out, the outfits she is wearing are made from recyclable materials, however my group and I created these garments in such a way that they can not be recognised as recyclable material but as wearable clothes
This first outfit is a corset and skirt made out of toilet tissue paper.
In this image I love the 'in the moment' look the photographer were able to capture.
In this image the model is wearing a dress made from black bin liner bags. I added a corsage I had previously made and featured on an earlier blog post.
This outfit is my favourite out of the three looks we had. I created this peplum bandeau top by firstly dying sheets of newspaper with beetroot juice to turn the paper a pink toned colour. I wrapped one sheet of newspaper around the model to create the bandeau top, and folding the newspaper in a concertina style I had achieved a peplum waist feature.
This is my overall favourite image from the series. I think the models pose captures the mood we wanted to portray whilst still keeping the art direction in mind which is visible from her contorted pose.
Photography - Aislinn Wood and Hannah Michelle Tennick
Styling - Michelle Makin