Photography Robin May
Fashion coordinator Amanda Bedgood
Models Brandon Barrett and Ashley Duran
Hair and makeup Nicole David
Shot on location at the home of Carl Groh
Props by Old Vogue
Style inspired by lux living a la Great Gatsby bridges the gap between spring and summer. Drop-waists and bits of beading for her. Dapper suits in pale hues on him must be meticulously fit and yet worn with ease. There’s an art to this sort of dressing, a kind of balance between the rebellious whims of the Prohibition Era and the longing for the finer things in life. Look for easy shapes in the finest of fabrications and hues from the softest blush pink to icy cool lavenders.
Ashley lounges in a vintage blush pink slip and jewelry from Sky Blue as artist Carl Groh (hat from Old Vogue) captures the moment.
A charcoal drop-waist beaded dress with pearl necklaces on her and a tuxedo on him. From Brother’s on the Boulevard.
Midi length floral skirt and creamy top on her, trim cut khaki-colored suit with vest on him. From Maven Menswear and Maven Womenswear.
A fringe-decked v-neck dress with gold beading from Hemline.
Soft lavender dress, blush-colored heels and mint green statement necklace from Vanessa V.
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