Dark Hearts, Dark Stars Photoshoot

Los Angeles Timeless Photoshoot



Dark Hearts, Dark Stars Photoshoot

Photos by Gregory Moore

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Our two college graduates (Jamie Daugherty, Push Agency and Katarina Czabafy, Actress with Hamleys of London), though lauded with stellar academics and volunteer achievements, have embraced the roles wild child and elegant damsel in these sensual fashions with a dark vintage edge. These images capture a story of purely envious ensembles for this exclusive. Our models possess that timeless, classic beauty that reminds us of a muse in a Renaissance painting.

Our team of makeup artists (Bridget Leon-Padilla, MUAH from Jennifer Abernethy Beauty Studios, Jean Chin, JCGLAMBEAUTY, Mary Ann Muah from Level Up Salon, Jessica Hernández Celebrity Makeup Artist, Alondra Sarahi Hernández / Sarahi Hernandez) have produced a consistently dramatic glamour to match the teased tresses of our fantasy hair styles. The makeup is ethereal with hues of pink and orange, hazy smokey eyes, thick eyebrows, ruby red lips and pale colored skin – giving the faces a real gem- like quality.

These mysterious beauties display a naughty sugar and spice portrait, all the while maintaining their sultry yet demure poses for an overall stunningly romantic theme.

Dark Hearts, Dark Stars Photoshoot

This photo series seems to be both futuristic and vintage, depending on exactly how you look at it. Although the post-production and expressions are rather retro, the styling and makeup are edgy enough to be considered sci-fi. It is exactly these two somewhat opposing qualities that make the Gregory Moore photo series stand out.

There is something spellbinding about the magic of the night – celestial, otherworldly, mysterious, inherently glamorous. Perhaps it is the romantic idea that in the dark there is so much light and untamed beauty to be discovered.

Our edgy vintage silhouettes are designed by Carolina Hernandez, of Veteran Couture. The Carolina Hernandez story is one of art and beauty, of exoticism and culture; one of artisan skill and ancient craftsmanship, steeped in the magical world of couture. She is influenced by undying affinities with the romance of bohemia, a little nostalgic for days gone by and these factors are what make the brand’s signature bohemian luxe design aesthetic known for its unusual detailing.

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Our structural fashions and stunning burlesque-style costumes are made by Cheri Wilson Chagollan & Wonderland Studios. Your attention will be drawn toward Cheri’s striking apparel as she merges undergarments with everyday wear items. Cheri Wilson Chagollan contributes to our editorial with her moody, passionate, punk-inspired designs worn by our modern day muses. These items are designed to allure customers to get rebellious with style and intimate with the brand. Cheri skillfully combines the old and the new; timeless pieces that retain that classic, vintage feel.

A renowned corsetier and costume designer for ten years, Cheri has become a master at corsetry and design. She has expanded her talents and now owns two businesses under the same roof, Wonderland Studios and Wonderland Corsets. Through hard work and word of mouth, Cheri has become Orange County’s go-to corsetier and costume designer. 

Gregory Moore Photoshoot