By Adaeze Ibechukwu
Pink sets the theme in Vogue shoot with Cara, have fun viewing as we bring you pictures from behind the scenes.
“It was the overwhelming trend of the season and such a gorgeous feminine colour,” says Vogue fashion editor Francesca Burns, who translated the trend into #SeptemberVogue’s Pink Lady story, starring Cara Delevingne and photographed by the “grandfather” of reality photography, Walter Pfeiffer.
“For most women, pink resonates with them. It goes with everything and there’s a whole spectrum of shades – from flesh and fuchsia to Pepto-Bismol. It’s also a lovely way to bring colour into a winter wardrobe,” says Burns, who then mixed these all up with a host of fun props in a modern Kent house for the shoot.
“It was a day of discovery,” she says – from setting up each picture so that they each felt completely different and individual (complete with dogs, sculptures, cream cakes and flowers), to finding out that even though the catwalk might like it, pink isn’t really Cara’s favourite colour. But it’s a playful trend, so Cara was the perfect choice.
When it came to the make-up, Burns wanted it to feel sugary-sweet. “The hair grew and grew,” she says, while there was an emphasis on caramel tones on Cara’s face to fit in with the pink colour palette. Go behind the scenes of the shoot here…..
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