Continuing my favourite editorials of 2016.
6. Ranveer Singh for Elle Man India. December 2016.
Ranveer Singh is known for his eccentric fashion and all around quirkiness. He’s one of the few of Bollywood actors who seems to have an off screen style, while its outrageous at its worst and daring at its best, no one can deny that Ranveer fares far different from others in his field. In Elle Man, its the simplified quirkiness which lets him shine. His body language, facial expressions and the outfits all around are perfect.
7. Huda Kattan for Harper’s Bazaar Arabia. October 2016.
You can not have instagram and not have come across Huda Kattan/ Hudabeauty.Highlighting a more natural look, Huda looks amazing. I not only loved the editorial but also the article written. She’s a very interesting person. The cover is just perfect in my opinion.
8. Benedict Cumberbatch for Grazia China. November 2016.
Benedict Cumberbatch projects a no nonsense man in this editorial. The backdrops and poses look very cool. Chen Man is one of my favourite fashion photographers. She has a very blunt style which fuses fashion and art together in a great way.
9. Ileana D’cruz for Pernia’s Pop Up Shop Magazine. November 2016.
Sunglasses and a Ghagra, what more do you need? Ileana D’cruz depicts the modern bride. I love the contrast between the red outfit and the black motorcycle, all the colour are popping out.
10. Mariacarla Boscono in Vogue Italy. March 2016.
Italian Vogue is one of my favourites amongst the Conde Nast array of Magazine productions. The looks always have an element of drama. This was nothing short of dramatic, intense and feminine.