What Was Lost

The Seppis for Casimir

 

Not only in fashion but also in many other creative endeavours there has been a distinct movement towards both gender fluidity and makeshift/make your own.
This¬†coupled with an aesthetic that speaks to what is conventionally considered to¬†be ‚Äúugly‚Äù is what intrigues us. The idea that one does not need to have expensive, brand name garments or to be gender-specific in one’s depictions, or even to conform to previously established notions of beauty, opens up so many more¬†avenues for self-expression. This combination lends itself seamlessly to the decoding and¬†fragmenting of previously constructed notions of what fashion and art is. It says we¬†do not need to conform to these constructs but rather we need to break down and¬†re-assemble.¬†For this editorial we wanted to look at these ideas and find expression for them¬†through the medium of fashion and photography. We asked ourselves what fashion¬†would look like in the future: how will we express ourselves in a world that has¬†moved beyond these constructs?

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The Seppis for Casimir
White Skirt by Sarah Hugo-Hamman

The Seppis for Casimir

The Seppis for Casimir
Dark Grey Top and White Skirt by Sarah Hugo-Hamman
The Seppis for Casimir
Fireman Rain Coat by Vintage in the City | White Top by Sarah Hugo-Hamman
The Seppis for Casimir
Grey Leotard by Sarah Hugo-Hamman | Metallic Wide Leg Pants by Vintage in the City | Military Fanny Pack by Vintage in the City
The Seppis for Casimir
Purple Satin Skirt by Babette Clothing | BellaReathe Jewellery by Phoebe du Preez

The Seppis for Casimir

The Seppis for Casimir

The Seppis for Casimir

 

Photography & Art Direction: The Seppis
Styling: Sarah Hugo-Hamman
Makeup and Hair: Mehnaaz Alex Maleta
Model: Jody Paulsen
BellaReathe Jewellery | Babette Clothing | Vintage in the City

 

The Seppis are Seemaa Allie and Taariq Sepstar.

 

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