I had to post these here because I feel in love with these photos! Traditional Romanian female costumes from Oas County, Romania.
Source: La blouse Roumaine
One of our models, Gabriela, gave us a glimpse on how a bad-ass Urban Fairy looks like. We had her as a model for two of our photo shoots and the second video will be out soon. This project “Sanziene in Urban” was initiated by me and my husband, Radu Niculescu, back in 2015 as a movement of influencing the young generation to discover the “old” blouses that their grand-mothers used to make and cherish them, wear them. We have been inspired by the cultural movement La Blouse Roumaine and the love for our country. These photos are taken by Mihnea Avram in the pub Strings, in Constanta. The model, Gabriela Prisacaru, is wearing a traditional Romanian blouse from Maramures, made available for this project by me. Assistants were Radu Niculescu and Alina Spinu. Alina Spinu was as well in charge for the hair and make-up.
More about the project on the official web page http://sanzieneinurban.com
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SanzieneinUr…
We worked hard in all the photo-shootings we had for 2016, and because of financial set backs we didn’t managed to print all the good photos we captured. The set backs made me under-appreciate myself and I kept delaying the work on these videos (yes, more videos are coming) and couldn’t concentrate on working.
Considering on the budget that we had, we got great content and the event was a success!
See you soon with the rest of the work on that project!
Moving to Denmark meant adapting to a different temperature and climate. It meant changing my clothing comfort zone.
I remember arriving in Denmark with only few pieces of clothes, I managed to give almost everything away, and the weather was getting colder here.
It is raining almost every day and it is important to stay dry and have a good jacket with you all the time. Staying warm is essential, so having a good sweater on you can make a big difference, not to mention a good pair of jeans.
Last year I just bought whatever was on sale, not having money to buy something that was not necessary. I have to admit that I love watching other people being in fashion than me. Maybe I’m just lazy or maybe is because my body type doesn’t help as much as I wish.
Anyway, this year has been a more chill year and I had more spare time to scroll some trends for this year and this are my favorites so far. Maybe I’ll buy some of them or maybe they’ll stay here as a memory for something that I wished I had.
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I know this video should have been uploaded last year, but I have started working at it multiple times and never got to finish it properly. I initiated this project along with my husband back in 2015 in an attempt to show to the Romanian public that the vintage blouses, that are part of our identity culture, are not unfashionable and that we can wear them with pride. The main group of target was the young generation that has barely any contact with the authentic traditional elements. I have to mention that the ideas that influenced me into discovering the beauty of he authentic are La Blouse Roumaine and Semne Cusute (Ioana Corduneanu). In this video you can get a glimpse of the photos that were taken in this project, we skipped filming the makeup process (done by Alina Spinu). In 2016 me and my husband worked along side with Alina Spinu who was as photographer, assistant, makeup artist and hair stylist. Not to mention her constant support. Diana Curca was the main photographer, Radu Niculescu was as assistant, makeup by Alina Spinu. Traditional Romanian blouse from Rucar, Fagaras borrowed from miss Brindusa Darmina. The Facebook page for this project is https://www.facebook.com/SanzieneinUr… and the web page is http://www.sanzieneinurban.com Not all the photo shootings had video of making of but the results of 2015 and 2016 have been published. As well you can find the team behind all the photos.
We worked hard to make some beautiful photos to promote the event from 2015. I finally got to finish this video and share our work with the world! I hope you like it and appreciate our effort.