After centuries of existing as one of the world’s most influential capitals of textiles and garments, fashion photography in Milan has been integral in modern times to capturing its legendary stylistic evolutions.
Miami is a single place where designers can connect with three markets simultaneously: the U.S., Europe, and Latin America. As this industry continues to flourish, a fashion photographer in Miami could exist at no better time than now to not only capture it but become a part of its success.
Standing out in one of the world’s original hubs of international fashion may be a challenge only a rare few can meet. These seven photographers prove that it not only can be done but that it can be done in one’s own style.
Schaefer Outfitter, the perennial tailor to everyone from farmers to ranchers, was set to launch a new collection last year, and they enlisted the services of Ketchum, Idaho-based photographer Hillary Maybery, for the job.
Inspired by the publication Afrostyle, photographer Liezl Zwarts recently created a personal project entitled “We the People,” which she submitted to the publication. Impressed by her work, they published the story in their 4th printed edition.
Janelle Bendycki’s work with Abercrombie Kids captures candid conversations about what Black History Month means to them. The images showcase a collaboration between Abercrombie Kids and artist Morrah Burton-Edwards while serving as a powerful vehicle for continued discussions about racial equity and representation.
Former model, stylist, and makeup artist Kate Holliday has been a freelance photographer for seven years. Find out the tips and tricks she picked up from her prior jobs that have helped her stand out in the world of photography!