Carolina Herrera's "COLORMANIA" Celebrates the Relationship Between Fashion and Color
With a foreword from British Vogue’s Edward Enninful.
Dubbed “COLORMANIA: Color and Fashion,” the book has been created in partnership with publishing house Rizzoli and features a foreword from British Vogue‘s Editor in Chief, Edward Enninful. The project is the result of four years of creative partnership and features muses like dancer Wendy Whelan, model Maggie Maurer and actor and musician Dove Cameron.
“The entire philosophy at Carolina Herrera is to embrace color, beauty, and alegría de vivir. Elizaveta photographs in a very distinct painterly style, whereby she swaths color like a painter brushes color on a canvas. Her style resonated with me from the first time I saw her work,” says Gordon of the project. “She changed the look of the Carolina Herrera woman through makeup, hair, and attitude, but recognized the woman I always design for — a woman who is, at her essence, so very alive.”
“The unified aspect of the photo shoots is that they were heavily inspired by fashion illustration and heavily centered on the muse. At heart, they were basically studies of color,” adds Porodina.
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