It's one thing to conceptualize an advertising campaign through storyboards, but it's another to bring it to life. Planning a creative change is always exciting, but a little challening, for The Shops at Crystals because we must meet the same standards as some of the world's most prestigious luxury brands. Upon conceiving the #NAMEDROPPER campaign with our Creative Director Ben Ward, the Crystals team knew that the final product would need to be approachable yet polished, much like our customers. Our choice for a photographer to fulfill this direction was the esteemed James White.
White's photos have graced the pages of magazines around the world, including Elle, Esquire, Glamour, GQ, Marie Claire, Rolling Stone and Vanity Fair. He has photographed publicity and advertising campaigns for Omega and Tiffany & Co., as well as numerous television shows and films. Angelina Jolie, Anne Hathaway, Christian Bale, George Clooney and Taylor Swift are just some of the famous faces with whom he has worked. It's no wonder American Photo named him one of the top 100 influential people in photography.
We are honored to have White once again on our team ... this time in the pages of Crystals magazine. He photographed two of our fashion features. Marian Kurpanov returns, shot against the backdrop of White's art collection and impeccable Hollywood home. Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at how it feels and looks like at a photoshoot. At Crystals, we believe fashion is art. White fulfills that vision through his lens with two spectactular stories. We can't wait for you to read this issue.
Every woman knows that a new season means new handbags. These handbags from Dior are great for any name dropper. The Lady Dior handbag features embroidered satin, while the Diorama handbags use tufted cannage calfskin or lambskin.
Nothing says Spring like calf leather. Emilio Pucci puts their bold patterns and colors on hold for these classic everyday accessories. These accessories are a perfect shade of brown that can be used to change a normal look to bohemian.
Jimmy Choo’s signature animal print with a contemporary abstraction of monochromatic zebra print presented across shoes and bags in a manner of guises; contrasted with tactile raffia, flashes of lemon yellow and deconstructed geometric colour blocking on heels and flats.