During one of our photo shoots, Claire and Becca show everyone how to truly model.
Here’s another behind the scenes peek at what we do here at Modnique. You already heard about the transformation of Johnny’s and Chris’ office, and now you can see the after shots. At top, you can see some of the editing the designers implement to manipulate images for a quality outcome. Below is the comp of the banner Johnny created for the event on Modnique.com. At right, you can check out the amazing event video that Chris put together.
I hope you enjoyed a more in depth look to what we’re doing around the office. More to come! And don’t forget, the sale starts this Wednesday, June 30 at 7am!
I had a roommate who used to have a “my inspiration board” covered with magazine clippings, pictures, and quotes… the most amusing of which featured Marc Jacobs barely covered for a Louis Vuitton campaign. I took a page from her book, and started gathering my own favorite sources of inspiration. This one features my current favorite colors, green and blue (cobalt in particular). I find that whenever I feel sparse for creativity, a good mood or inspiration layout can really get those creative juices flowing. Get out there and make some of your own!
Call it inspiration or insanity, but Johnny decided to paint his wall black (I hear it’s to intimidate subordinates, for all you fans of “The Office”). With the wall still drying, Johnny came up with the idea to use it as the backdrop for the William Rast photoshoot. The models and crew trekked everything upstairs, and took the photos right there. The jeans were hot and the photos turned out amazingly, proving that fashion can prevail in just about any environment.
So this might not be anything you’d find at modnique.com, but I thought I’d explore beyond the traditional realm of retail. The dresses shown are a selection of those featured on Toxel showing the creative depth and variety of the world of fashion. The dresses range from a blast from the past tetris inspired dress to a futuristic dress made from LED lights. The porcelain dress in particular is a true feat in fashion.
You can find more info about EcoStiletto in our ECO page.
More about the ecoSkin: ecoSkin is a privately-held California apparel company offering chic, contemporary designs for the eco-conscious but fashion-savvy woman. Core to its planet-friendly mission, ecoSkin uses only environmentally sustainable luxury fabrics woven, dyed and sewn in the USA.