Crimson and Clover by Karla Ticas for Glassbook Magazine

So excited to finally share this editorial we did for Glassbook Magazine.  For this shoot we were really inspired by the latex pieces that our friend Renee had designed. She was in town with her new collection and we just had to get our hands on them.  One thing I really appreciate about  this career is that you get to work along side with all of your friends to create your version of art. There's no right or wrong, there's no rules and regulations, you just do what you feel is good.. And when you get a group of people that all feel the same way, it's the most amazing thing to be a part of.


Hair Talk:  

For our model's hair, I wanted to create sculpted shapes with wet textures.  I wanted it to feel gritty, dirty, and deconstructed.  I created a wet texture with Oribe's Gel Serum, Gold Lust Oil, a generous amount of shine spray, and Glycerin water.  With the texture already apparent, I played with knots and twists and braids, keeping in mind what the silhouette would look like with the tight fitting and structured clothing.   

Photographer: Karla Ticas

Makeup: Leibi Carias

Hair: Sienree

Stylist: Camille Yvette

Nails: Karen G