Masha by Tina Chang for The National Magazine

In a season of womanly sophistication, it is quite refreshing to see fashion aimed at a more youthful crowd. The latest photographer taking on whimsical fashion just so happens to be Canadian photographer, Tina Chang. Capturing Masha of Bareface for The National Magazine’s latest issue, Chang creates a story of dreamy pastels and standout accessories with the aide of stylist Katie Trotter.







Full Credits (include if re-posting):
Photographer – Tina Chang
Model – Masha @ Bareface / Women Milan
Stylist – Katie Trotter
Stylist’s Assistant – Nadia el Dasher
Make-up / Hair – Carolyn Gallyer

36 Responses to “Masha by Tina Chang for The National Magazine”

  1. Now this is what I call an editorial! Tina, you've made me an instant fan! All the elements are there: Excessive Photoshopping of the skin, which I adore, where the model's face has attained extra layers of what appears to be "flesh," as in the very first photo. I'm so sick of seeing emaciated faces. If fashion won't give us healthy looking models, then I'm happy photographers are taking matters into their own hands and adding Gaussian layers to "chubby" a face. Ingenious. Model posing in front of a seamless, which I love because the attention is all on the clothes, and where I get to see detail in the fabric. Like I said to an editor recently, an editorial should look like a scene in a store window, where the models are posing and where they look void of emotion. This way I can better decide if I want to buy an outfit, and I'm not distracted by what otherwise would be seen as real people living life, doing things and looking emotional about it. Kudos! Love, Love, Love.

  2. Now this is what I call an editorial! Tina, you've made me an instant fan! All the elements are there: Excessive Photoshopping of the skin, which I adore, where the model's face has attained extra layers of what appears to be "flesh," as in the very first photo. I'm so sick of seeing emaciated faces. If fashion won't give us healthy looking models, then I'm happy photographers are taking matters into their own hands and adding Gaussian layers to "chubby" a face. Ingenious. Model posing in front of a seamless, which I love because the attention is all on the clothes, and where I get to see detail in the fabric. Like I said to an editor recently, an editorial should look like a scene in a store window, where the models are posing and where they look void of emotion. This way I can better decide if I want to buy an outfit, and I'm not distracted by what otherwise would be seen as real people living life, doing things and looking emotional about it. Kudos! Love, Love, Love.

  3. Hi all .. Just luuuuuv the styling and the combinations between the accessories and the pieces r simply brilliant .. Just a wounderful piece of art .. Simple .. Elegant ..detailed .. And fresh .. Keep it commmmmming :- D ..

  4. Hi all .. Just luuuuuv the styling and the combinations between the accessories and the pieces r simply brilliant .. Just a wounderful piece of art .. Simple .. Elegant ..detailed .. And fresh .. Keep it commmmmming :- D ..

  5. Nadia Allam Reply

    Hi every body this is apiece of art all are perfect ,it looks like a great team working together in an amazing harmony I love it all ……keep in doing good things …..

    • Hi 2 u 2 .. Perfect it is .. Did u c those beige lace sandals .. Simple art ..

  6. Nadia Allam Reply

    Hi every body this is apiece of art all are perfect ,it looks like a great team working together in an amazing harmony I love it all ……keep in doing good things …..

    • Hi 2 u 2 .. Perfect it is .. Did u c those beige lace sandals .. Simple art ..

  7. Congrats for all. It is really marvelous, simply beautiful . wish you all success

  8. Congrats for all. It is really marvelous, simply beautiful . wish you all success

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