Australian label HUNT NO MORE has galvanized their latest Spring 2012 line with a valiant campaign shot by French photographer Bruno Fournier, with international model Ismini Papavlasopoulou as their cover girl.
Fournier began his career in France as a photographer’s assistant but soon delved deeper into his own passion for movement in camerawork and ultimately began fashion photography.
Fournier is now shooting international fashion campaigns for brands such as Christian Lacroix, Guy Laroche, Chaumet, Levi’s, Lacoste, Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Nike, Cerruti, and Dries van Noten.
His most recent project for HUNT NO MORE, ‘The Menagerie’, evokes a sense of nonchalance mixed with confidence. The range features a hue of animal prints, including a yellow leopard pattern jacket and a dramatic, oversized, blue snake print pant. A short, daring zebra print dress is a definite highlight.
The collection also uses a variety of textures including intricately custom-cut mirror beading onto jersey dresses, and meshed knits with feather trimming. But it’s not all edge – soft, plush dresses gathered at the waist with a collar add a feminine demeanor.
The Menagerie will be coming to South Australian stores from July 2012 and can be found at David Jones, Wild Child Stylelab, Tu Yu, Somethin Somethin, Union Clothing, Love Affair & Azalia Boutique or online.