Parisian Fantasy – Perfect Feminine Photo Series

You already know how much we appreciate our talented artists and we love to follow their work, so it’s not rare to mention some of them in our articles more than once. That’s the case with Kristina Makeeva. We introduced this Russian photographer with her magical Moscow photo series and not so long ago blown you away with her fashion portraits and fabulous dresses. This time, Makeeva took us to Paris. Lera Borodina, the Ukrainian founder of high-end dress rental service, Oh My Look! was looking to mark the opening of her first showroom in Russia with a photo shoot that brought to life every feminine dream. Naturally, Makeeva, with her dreamy visions, was a perfect choice, and Paris the only right destination. With more than 3000 dresses to choose from, the results of the shooting range from light and playful to grand and elegant. Makeeva and her team visited 11 locations over two days of shooting, while Ukrainian pop-singer, television presenter and actress Vera Brezhneva changed dresses 12 times. Now, we leave you to enjoy in our favorite picks and for more Makeeva’s magic proceed to her website and Instagram Page.

“There are no restrictions, no favorite designers. There is only beauty, and it does not matter where it comes from. I like to show that magic is always present in our life; it only needs to be seen.”

Pastels seem to bring out the playful side of an Oh My Look! girl.

Vera is in a tiered Mania confection photographed on the roof of Hôtel Duquesne Eiffel.

In front of the Louvre and Arc de Triomphe du Carrousel, Vera is serene in a blue Isabel Garcia gown.

The most magnificent is surely the ruffle-collared black gown by Russian atelier Rasario.

Located in Palais Garnier, the home of the Paris Opera Ballet, the touch of silver in the fabric amplifies the magic of the location, illuminated by grand carved candelabras.

Sophisticated perched on one of Daniel Buren’s columns before Palais-Royal in a feather-adorned dress by Rimma Shanoyan.

Vera glows in the Paris sunrise, seemingly about to float away with the oversized balloons she holds.

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