When I set out to interpret the three chapters, I wanted a mix of a more literal approach and one that felt more loose and open. Ultimately the goal of course was to highlight these exciting jewelry pieces against the backdrop of Paris. The first set of photos below is based off the inspiration of a city stroll. I wanted to set the tone with classic views of Paris.
The next set illustrates the charm of a Parisian night. There is something about that clock at the Museé D'Orsay that I've always found enchanting. There is a loose progression of a night here (the inclusion of rosé is a must, of course).
And finally, exquisite delights, the last chapter, is all about the temptation of Parisian sweets. You don't have to think twice about this one. Between fighting pigeons off my pastries (seriously I think the pigeons were more aggressive than NYC pigeons!) and having to resist eating everything before they got photographed, it was a damn fun time. I included flowers in this set, because to me, they're part of the exquisite delights of Paris.
As I mentioned briefly in this post, the more I come to this city, the more I want to go and spend more time. Though I still find NY inspiring, there's nothing quite like the walking and discovery in Paris. I keep thinking the novelty will wear off, but then I go again and find more things to love. I feel super fortunate for having clients who see the beauty and magic in this city and allowing me to go and capture it.
(Huge thanks to Liana for her hand-modeling and wielding my camera for the photos of me.)