CLOCKWORK ORANGE

The collection from Wang He Yi draws inspiration from the cult movie "A Clockwork Orange". This reference influenced the approach to the poses and overall aesthetics of the photoshoot.
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The wide-angle lens, bent mirrors, and magnifying sheet distort the perspective and emphasizes the unique shapes of the collection’s design. The usage of this ‘ reality distorting’ props symbolizes our different perceptions of today’s society and one’s own.

Clockwork orange by Eliska SKY Kyselkova -2
Clockwork orange by Eliska SKY Kyselkova -14
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Clockwork orange by Eliska SKY Kyselkova -6
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Clockwork orange by Eliska SKY Kyselkova -9
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Credits
Photography / Eliška Sky Kyselková
Designer / Wang He Yi 
Model / Damara Ingles
MUA & Hair / Kristina Pavlov

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