You’ve seen fashion photos in print and online, but have you ever wondered what—and whom—it takes to make them? We went behind the scenes at a shoot for fashion website Refinery29 to find out.
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Fashion photography is no longer the sole province of glossy magazines, as blogs and retailers produce and publish highly stylized work. Even for a relatively small operation such as the website Refinery29, which combines lifestyle content with a designer clothing store, producing a shoot can require as many as eight pairs of hands. The company recently moved into new digs in Manhattan’s financial district, outfitting an in-house studio for the editorials and advertorials that it regularly commissions.
Invited to shadow their crew for a day, we watched how each team member contributed to produce the final images for the story, which you can find at www.refinery29.com/fashion-fears.
Portraits by: Peter Kolonia