How adorable is this “Little Artists Costumes” shoot from Oh Happy Day? The project was a collaborative effort – contributors included photography by Aubrey Trinnaman, materials photography by Paul Ferney, art direction by Jordan Ferney, production by Ashley Rose Kirschling, crafting and calligraphy by Julie Manwaring, typography by Angela Hardison, and of course the little nameless models, T, H, and M.
This shoot is part of their “Homemade Halloween” series that is unbelievably cute and fantastically creative (strongman, field of flowers, the Eiffel Tower, the red balloon…are you kidding me?!)! Scope out the rest here.
Photos: Oh Happy Day
Chloé is celebrating their 60th anniversary and in honor of the celebration they’ve launched a digital letter retrospective highlighting the brands heritage by teaming up with 26 bloggers. Every other day, starting on September 25th, a blogger shares a new letter. Each letter is assigned a theme, individually telling a fragment of the story; collectively forming a mosaic of Chloé’s iconic moments, inspirations and heriatage.
Today is my turn and I got lucky letter ‘N’ for….Nude!
But why nude? And more importantly why the alphabet?
“I’ve always thought women look better naked.” – Gaby Aghion
“N” for “nude” represents femininity, grace and intimacy. As put by the brand, “The garment and body work in harmony resulting in a feel-good factor that does wonders for one’s self confidence.” I couldn’t agree more.
Gaby Aghion founded Chloé in Paris in 1952. As a visionary, she had a unique approach to cataloging her collections. She found numbers impersonal so she switched to letters. Collection A was first, with every item in it given a name beginning with A. The next was B…you can guess the rest.
The story continues to unfold on chloe.com/alphabet.
Joyeux anniversaire, Chloé! And thank you for including me!