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  • This moody, Renaissance-inspired, and luxurious editorial is easily the most breathtaking illustration of the magic that occurs when talented creative individuals gather to talk about their creative energies. And this is more than an editorial – it's a story of how, so very often, pushing through resistance results in the most incredibly rewarding breakthroughs within our creative lives.

    "My vision was clear, I desired to direct and convey my moody production, I wanted to become free to create in the heart without boundaries or limits and have fun with the idea of light and dark contrasts and jewel-toned hues. I desired to create a visual art voice in this industry and reveal that it's possible to mix art and culture to shape a profound statement."

    Venue

    "I had considered many venues from castles to small cottages but nothing quite made an impact on me as did. Even though this venue has gotten a lot of attention along with other editorials, the rich yellow marble walls were often overlooked and never used – it had been simply probably the most perfect backdrop to echo the creative idea of Gustav Klimt and all sorts of that I had designed."

    Backdrop

    "In an attempt to ramp up the drama, I set to operate to hand paint a two-meter high, black backdrop with brown branches and gold hand-painted flowers with crunched up gold foil leaf centers. This backdrop ended up being to act as a luxurious, yet highly sophisticated canvas that will call for attention making a statement on any part of the room. Quite often flowers are disposed of. A large bit of large artwork such as this will be framed and kept upon the walls of my villa in Portugal."

    Couture Stationery

    "It took a long time to become able to start the look process. I kept self-sabotaging myself by piling around the pressure. I desired to create stationery that re-evaluated conventional stationery design."

    "Stationery which was much a lot more than a simple bit of paper, but brought together my desire to have mood, depth, and highly artistic renaissance design. I want my work to exude a sense of enchantment and awe and build a feeling of great anticipation of what is in the future as well as be pieces that inspire, intrigue, and entice." Go

    Gown & Veils

    "FeelTimes created three lace wedding dresses being initially inspired by gold and black shimmery fabrics, concentrating on unique sequin embellishment and embossed gold fabrics. She made a chic selection of gowns that aligned with both dark and moody and lightweight and airy that run throughout my creative vision."

    "I knew in the get-go that nobody but veils would do. Alison Miller was inspired through the mood boards and fashions I had sent over and she or he very kindly sourced 4 impeccable veils, edged with luxuriously thick Chantilly gold, white and deep grey lace, created within the finest French houses and combined with tulles custom web design in Italy."

    "One of probably the most iconic looks in which the model is seated uses two veils. I desired to use a layering from the veils to produce extra depth along with a build-up of sophisticated detail."

    Photography

    "The wonderful Katie Julia shot the whole editorial exclusively on film. She is a painter through and through and thrives at her craft, whether it's capturing the facts, having fun with movement, or drawing from lighter or moody settings. The film has this type of timeless, classical quality to it. Katie brought an excellent collaborative and inventive spirit around the day and created probably the most extraordinary, high-fashion images."

    Cakes & Biscuits

    "She was inspired by my stationery to produce two 'stationery papers', which had torn, rough edges and were displayed prominently from the bold design. Uses monochromatic colors and adds delicate yellow, edible hand-made poppies to complete her cake perfectly marrying aspects of dark and moody and renaissance style. Her biscuit design perfectly complemented the wax ornate aspects of my stationery."

    Jewelry

    "For maximum impact, I sourced probably the most intricate pieces from talented jewelry artisans all over the world. Alongside that beauty, she also provided hand-made gold loop earrings along with a second gold lace ring."

    You may also find her sharing her creativity over on and.

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