For #WORLDBALLETDAY, I wanted to share some behind the scenes footage I shot while Lia Cirio was having her makeup done by Michaela Bosch before our shoot at the Museum of Fine Arts.
All in art
Winter is my favorite season, especially when it's still fresh, white and clean. During the Juno storm of January last year I knew I wanted to produce a winter shoot that would capture the essence of the blizzard. Luckily there was a team who shared the vision and off we went to the Arboretum, laden with winter furs ready to go knee-deep into the snow!
Boston's enjoying some unseasonably warm weather this late into November, so it's rather fitting that this Indian summer coincides with our fashion editorial story photographed at the Wellesley greenhouses.
I had the honor of meeting and photographing the iconic Donna Karan, thanks to commissioned coverage for Saks Fifth Avenue, this Fall. I was delighted to cover the opening reception party for her luxurious designer shop in the newly remodeled space for modern and contemporary fashion.
In grand company, Ms. Karan was welcomed by Stephen Sadove, CEO of Saks Fifth Avenue, Gretchen Pace, VP General Manager, Jennifer De Winter, VP of Stores at Saks Fifth Avenue as well as other friends and guests.
To me, Donna Karan has always represented the modern woman; the strong woman. Her Fall 2013 collection is no different. Built upon her first stand-out collection of seven easy pieces and also influenced by her late husband Stephan Weiss' sculptures, the pieces are sensual and sculptural, working together by addition or subtraction.
Of course, I wore her clothes, and loved capturing the essence of the collection up close, each piece is beautiful, timeless and powerful, just like the woman herself...