If you’re like me – a person spending their days mostly at home wondering how to finally make it in fashion – or you’re just bored and want to be entertained, I can highly recommend you this very interesting documentary about the history of Vogue and its editors talking about the evolution of fashion and how they try to make their very spcific visions come to life.
As for me, I unfortunately sometimes feel very uninspired by my environment and the world that I live in and so I tend to dream all day long how it would be like if I had the resources to realize my visions and really be able to realize my full potential. Well, since I am well aware of that this moment is quite far away, this documentary kinda reminded me to keep on dreaming and most importantly to keep on working!
In Vogue: The Editor’s Eye
What I already knew is that I really love conceptual photoshoots and I think I have some good basic approaches here and there, for example the shoot ‘The sound of homelessness‘ that I produced and photographed, where I tried to stay true to the meaning of the collection by taking the shoot to the staircase.
Or the shoot that I also produced and photographed in Berlin where my friend and jewellery designer Inna modeled her own jewllery collection in a park – and it was freezing cold! In this case I also tried to not only showcase the jewellery, but also pay tribute to Inna as a person. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can have a look following this link!
Anyway, I know this documentary is quite old, it’s from 2012, but if you’re interested in conceptual work in terms of fashion, I’m convinced that you can learn a lot from these experts!