Technophobe by Julie Schimel for Design SCENE Magazine #21 Issue

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Julie Schimel

Fashion photographer Julie Schimel captured Technophobe story featuring the striking Iris at Elvis Models for our Design SCENE Magazine‘s latest edition. The story was inspired by today’s society where technology is often used as a tool to mask what’s really real. It’s about a girl who is stuck in her own reality that only reflects her own needs, and who ultimately choses modern technology over nature.

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In charge of styling was Oana Vasilache, who for the session selected looks from Jutka&Riska, Weekday, Samsoe, COS, American Vintage, Marques Almeida, Topshop, David Laport, & others stories, 10 days, Victoria Beckham, and Asos. Art direction is work of Ash K. Halliburton, with beauty from makeup artist Yvonne Nusdorfer, and hair stylist Erika Nuitjen for Shu Uemura Art of Hair & MAC Cosmetics. Stylist, and both beauty artists are represented by Angelique Hoorn Management.


Julie Schimel

Julie Schimel

Julie Schimel

Julie Schimel

Photographer: Julie Schimel – www.julieschimel.com
Art Director: Ash K. Halliburton
Fashion Stylist: Oana Vasilache represented by Angelique Hoorn Management
Makeup Artist: Yvonne Nusdorfer represented by Angelique Hoorn Management
Hair Stylist: Erika Nuitjen represented by Angelique Hoorn Management for Shu Uemura Art of Hair & MAC Cosmetics
Model: Iris at Elvis Models

Originally published in issue 021 of DESIGN SCENE – available now in print & digital.

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