Montpelier Moods

Sunday, September 02, 2018

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Rebecca Williams, a Jamaican-born, Atlanta-based film student intended to use her skill sets in film photography to interpret still life in a concept entitled Colourful Homes: A Series.

Back in June, Williams met with The Style Redeemer at Tea Tree Crêperie @80LMR, and in-between espresso shots and Pavlova, the two cemented the plan. What started out as a think tank chock-full of ideas developed into an obsession with tulle and the silhouette cast by sheer fabric. Before they knew it, it simmered into a fashion narrative of...

WHO: Pulse model Sasha-lee Bent

WHAT: A confident black fashion girl photographed against colourful houses and landscapes, exploring the marriage between architecture of rural Jamaica and fashion, the aim being the celebration of boldness in our culture in even the most secluded areas.

WHERE: Montpelier, St James

WHEN: July 7, 2018


The mandate was simple: drive around the community, dress the model, hop out the vehicle, get the shot, then onto the next! And so it was. SO reveals the silhouette behind the lens.

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