Vera by Jamie Nelson for ES Magazine

Taking a look at a few of London’s up and coming designers, ES Magazine enlists photographer Jamie Nelson (Factory 311) to shoot a dynamic spread entitled, Fresh and Wild. Styled by Orsolya Szabo, Vera at Select dons the explosive patterns and sleek silhouettes from Craig Lawrence, Holly Fulton, David Koma and more made exclusively for ES.






Additional Credits:
Photo Assistant – Jack Willsmore
Hair Stylist – Mark Hampton
Makeup – Dani Guinsberg

13 Responses to “Vera by Jamie Nelson for ES Magazine”

  1. For me, this is just a ‘good’ shoot – I say this because the lighting is a bit flat and the model, tho striking, has the same bland expression on her face throughout. The styling is fabulous, however I would have liked for the clothes to stand out more in the frames ….. there is far too little punch to what could have been incredibly magnetic. All in all, I personally don’t see the “dynamics” in here .. but rather photographs that lean more towards the Polaroid snap-shot side of things.

    The last two shots are my fav’s.
    xoxo

  2. For me, this is just a ‘good’ shoot – I say this because the lighting is a bit flat and the model, tho striking, has the same bland expression on her face throughout. The styling is fabulous, however I would have liked for the clothes to stand out more in the frames ….. there is far too little punch to what could have been incredibly magnetic. All in all, I personally don’t see the “dynamics” in here .. but rather photographs that lean more towards the Polaroid snap-shot side of things.

    The last two shots are my fav’s.
    xoxo

  3. For me, this is just a ‘good’ shoot – I say this because the lighting is a bit flat and the model, tho striking, has the same bland expression on her face throughout. The styling is fabulous, however I would have liked for the clothes to stand out more in the frames ….. there is far too little punch to what could have been incredibly magnetic. All in all, I personally don’t see the “dynamics” in here .. but rather photographs that lean more towards the Polaroid snap-shot side of things.

    The last two shots are my fav’s.
    xoxo

  4. I would have to agree.. from a topical aesthetic POV, it’s pretty decent, but some emotion would have to be drawn out of the model for this shoot to hit the next level.

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