We show you how to play the gallery in a little black dress.
The little black dress is a wardrobe classics which never fails to deliver – at dinner with your boyfriend, when visiting your grandmother, down-dressed with a pair of sneakers on a shopping trip and even for a meeting with your boss.
Why it’s cool? Well, because it’s been created by famous Coco Chanel. In 1926, she published a fashion illustration in Vogue magazine. It showed a two-piece (black sweater, slim black skirt) and was undertitled “everyday wear”. Chanel wrote: “This simple dress will become a sort of uniform for all women of taste”. And she proved right.
Our “Sexy Curves” fashion spread shows different types of LBDs (Little Black Dresses) which accentuate your curves on the one hand, and have a concealing effect on the other. Bodycon dresses are particularly suitable for highlighting your curves. A classy alternative to the Little Black Dress is the LBJ, „The Little Black Jumpsuit“.
We seem to love spontaneous photo productions. These are often the most productive ones; because time is short you need to focus. Like for the photo shoot with Kamari and Norbert Hurrle. He’s a close friend for many years and was available on call. Again, we chose Munich’s Petuel Park as a location. Not the greens this time, but the nearby buildings. The multi-coloured walls already thrilled us during our first production. The curious crowd did not take long, looking forward to the different outfits Kamari was wearing. She’s basically a social media editor at Red Bull, but for several years now, she works as a model every once in a while. True to her employer’s claim she proved that Red Bull gives wings… the photo shoot was done in no time thus, there was enough time left to enjoy some sun and an ice-cold Hugo.
English Translation: Danielle De Bie