Pinoy fashion, vintage style: Maximum impact
MANILA, Philippines - What was supposed to be a simple shoot to promote a photography studio ended up as one of my favorite shoots to date.
I had never worked with Paco Guerrero at the time and I had only known him through his travel show “What I See,” as well as his images for the “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” campaign. He expressed a wish to shoot more fashion and that was when I came into the picture with my work as a fashion stylist.
Only briefly meeting prior to the models arriving and after going through the wardrobe, we realized that each model should have their own story rather than the original plan of shooting them together.
Here are the stunning images produced from such a spur-of-the-moment shoot:
Catch a glimpse of what happened behind the scenes in this video:
1. James Reyes
Unit 3A, 1637 Peñafrancia St., Santiago Village, Makati City, Metro Manila
108 Congressional Avenue Quezon City
3. Danilo Franco
Mobile : 0916-418-4283
4. Kathy Webb (Two Chic)
5. Bonne by Bonsai Fojas
6. Studio Bohemia
Gallery Bohemia, 26 AguinaldoSt., BF Homes, Paranaque
Landline: (02) 809-1075
Photography by Paco Guerrero (www.francisco-guerrero.com). Modeled by Jaque Borges (www.jaqueborges.com) and Camille Cremit. Fashion styling by Guada Reyes (www.onegoodeyeconcepts.com). Hair and makeup by Pamm Merrera.
Guada Reyes (www.onegoodeyeconcepts.com) is a fashion stylist, consultant, and costume designer. Viewing fashion as art, she aims to exhibit images with a twist featuring a mash-up of wearable and fashion-forward pieces by our country’s talent. See what else catches her eye at her blog, An Eye for An Eye (www.toeyefor.wordress.com).