Jess really wanted to portray a girl who is adventurous and a free spirit for her brand film. A clothing brand that I really feel like embodies this is Free People. Thanks to Frances Vintage, we were able to work with all Free People clothing for this project. I'm in love with both of these dresses. The soft, flowy material was perfect for motion and further emphasized the "free bird" quality.
Generally, I stay away from a black and white palette, but because this dress had a lot of detail and because we accessorized her to a great degree, it worked really well. Plus, the mint VW bus Jenny brought to the shoot created a bright pop of color for a background.
Braids, natural makeup, stacked rings, a hat, booties...These were all of the details that came to my mind when I thought about this girl. Don't you just want to be friends with her?! Lea did such a great job of portraying this character.
All in all this is my favorite shoot to date. It was just a joy to get lost in the details. Below is a little behind the scene pic of me and Ale creating a moment on set with Lea. If you haven't watched the film, go watch it here.
Hair by Jenny Strebe // www.theconfessionsofahairstylist.com Make up by Stephanie Neiheisel // www.snmakeupartist.com Model // Agency AZ (Lia Briehl) // www.theagencyaz.com Clothing and accessories supplied by Frances Vintage // www.francesvintage.com Calligraphy, hand drawn details by Alyssa Hodson