Selena Gomez and I have worked together since 2014. On this episode, I get into how we created our latest project together: the photographic art for her latest album, “Revelación.” The song lyrics are in Spanish, so we explored Latin culture—the colors of Mexico City, artworks by Frieda Kahlo and Diego Rivera—and worked with the photographer Camila Falquez, who through color interaction produced a fresh and modern take.
In addition to detailing the various looks, including a Valentino couture dress, I FaceTime with fashion icon Giambattista Valli, floral designer Laurel St. Romain, emerging design talent Harris Reed, and Selena herself.
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Produced by The Slowdown (http://www.slowdown.tv)
Theme music: Cate Le Bon (http://www.catelebon.com)
Selena Gomez, “Revelación”: https://bit.ly/3eP9QTg
Camila Falquez, Photographer: https://bit.ly/38HhkEd
Giambattista Valli Haute Couture 19: https://bit.ly/3eBUdia
Valentino Spring 2022 Couture: https://bit.ly/3bP8JRJ
Orlando Pita, Hairstylist: https://bit.ly/3tgIPMC
Laurel St. Romain, Floral Designer: https://bit.ly/3ljj2kc
Hung Vanngo, Makeup Artist: https://bit.ly/3cDMXQ2
Harris Reed, Fashion Designer: https://bit.ly/3rWFGl6
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Grosgrain: a strong close-woven corded fabric, usually of silk or rayon, and often with cotton filler.
Horsehair: a crinoline netting (usually made of plastic) that can be used as a decorative trim, or as an internal stiffener.
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