Photography & Creative Direction // Corinne Day for Vogue

This shoot's creative concept relayed realism, through deconstructed glamour combined with female-visualised intimacy and a grunge colour palette containing flashes of secondary colours. With the model always sat slouched back, relaxed, looking down the camera, the shoot is juxtaposed against the concept of the dance-inspired dresses.

"Give a cool edge to the season's dance-inspired dresses."

Designers: Versace, Charity shops, Vintage shops, Alberta Ferreti, Alexander Mcqueen, Tom Ford, Manolo Blahnik, Roberto Cavalli, Yves Saint Lauren, Prada & Giorgio Armani...

Corinne Day, who although diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2004 went on to survive until 2010, and still shot many truly touching images throughout this time. Her shoots, always seemingly natural, with the grunge aesthetic of the late eighties to early nineties, often portray her female models in a more intimate, non-sexualised manner. They aren't placed, positioned or made up as 'seductive'. She uses natural poses, in shoots that are more 'behind-the-scenes' in location; ready-made scenes with mismatched props and a great deal of contrasting shapes, lighting and colours. This ability to capture an item or scene in a way that de-glamourises it, and makes it seem extremely natural and Real to the viewer is what makes her truly unique. 

This shoot, covering a similar theme but different Creative Concept, illustrates Day's ability to shoot such intimate photos while shows great contrast between itself and the previous, whilst staying true her own style.


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