August 11, 2010
I love the modern twist on the distinctly Victorian styling of this shoot. Layered vintage fabrics, corsets and handmade jewellery have all been offset by different shades of modern red in the makeup and styling. The shoot took place at an old historic train station which, with it’s unique detailing really brought the theme together.
Thanks to photographer Shannon and everyone involved with this shoot for sharing these today
Shannon Grant Photography
Hair/Makeup: Jeni Teran
Jewellery Designer: Jennifer Parish
Floral Design: Gale Barton
Models: Stephanie Mandigo, Claudia Snow & Mara Adriana
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