Muse’s Beckon

Makeup by Elina Mille at Bellelina Studio, Hair by Mac Does Hair at Coven

I really enjoy contributing to Skirt Magazine’s monthly issues. The October issue was especially fun to style because I had the opportunity to dress a very talented group of Charleston artists as the muses of their own paintings. I loved working with Lauren Jones and her concept of matching the artists with their art.

Camela wears a Dress by Viktor and Rolf from Hampden Clothing, Earrings by Br Design from Cannonborough Collective, Bracelet from Candy Shop Vintage, Pompom headband by Camela Guevara
Katherine wears a Dress by Ulla Johnson from Small, Bracelets from ibu, Necklace and feather head piece from Unordinary Vintage, Glasses from See Eyewear, Ring from Candy Shop Vintage
Jenan wears a Dress by Rosie Assoulin from Hampden Clothing, Earrings by Br Design from Cannonborough Collective, Bracelets from Candy Shop Vintage, Hat and flower from Unordinary Vintage, Bouquet by Petaloso
Sarah wears a Dress by Krista Larson Crown from Havens, Jacket from Undead Threads Vintage, Fur scarf by Norton and Hodges, Chain mail necklace and ring from Unordinary Vintage
Carrie Beth wears a Top by Viktor and Rolf from Hampden Clothing, Pants from Tinted Saga painted by Patrick Church, Earrings by Anna Davern from Candy Shop Vintage

Both Carrie Beth Waghorn and Sarah Stewart center their art around the female goddess. Whether it’s celebrating their beauty or power, women are the center of their inspiration.

Jenan McClain pours her heart and soul into her paintings that are inspired by Charleston landscapes and flowers. The colors and textures of her work remind me of a classic Monet painting.

Camela Guevara’s work as a fiber artist and painter represents femininity through her color palette and texture.

Katherine Dunlap’s art is inspired by old family photos. The vibrant colors come alive through her work.

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