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Sigh Styles Concept: Into the Wilderness

I've always wanted to do something: not-the-usual concept, where I can freely express my creative ideas through fashion, and photography.
It was just in time for a friend's birthday and why not give her a one-of-a-kind natal day gift: a fashion make-over! Without hesitation, she said yes, though we both planned to do a shoot a few months before, and without a concept in mind yet at that time, but the concept landed perfectly in my consciousness days before her birthday, so this is sort of a surprise gift.  And I took the chance to consume whatever creative thoughts that were running in my head by realizing the long-been planned photo shoot.
The concept was about being in the wilderness, where no one else is around. Her, being ''fashionably'' stranded in the woods, filled with all natural creepiness and possible grotesque attacks.  She seems to be the queen of the jungle, the princess of the Amazon, and the golden lady of the dark
INTO THE WILDERNESS by: Sigh Style…

Sigh Styles Concept: Goth Dolls

I had a collaboration shoot with a make-up artist-in-the-making and her 16-year old cousin who wants to venture into modelling.
I have always desired to "discover" talents and skills and serve as a powerful tool to the growth and enhancement of these talents. Sigh Styles' new advocacy, is, to discover, develop and share the talents / skills of wonderful people who have overwhelming passion with fashion, like mine, from modelling, to fashion styling, fashion design and  the art of hair styling and make-up.
Meet Hazel, the make-up artist and also the model and her cousin, Kenia.

For this shoot, the concept was about GOTH DOLLS.  And since it is summer, I added pops of neon for a fun, warm touch of the season.
Model: Hazel
Model: Kenia "Not bad for a first try" - according to Kenia, and I so agree!

Fashion Styling / Creative Direction / Photography by Yours Truly
More of pictures of the photo shoot HERE.
I admit that my outputs from this shoot are not quite at there best as…