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State Of Dreaming: Act II
A couple weeks ago we introduced ‘State of Dreaming: Act I,’ which was inspired by the film ‘The Virgin Suicides.’ Act I focused on the Lisbon sisters’ life at school and how they felt an array of emotions while being there, such as disillusionment as well as enjoyment. Act I also focuses on a certain boy the Lisbon girls crush on, Trip Fontaine, and how he became apart of their fantasy world. Act II of ‘State of Dreaming’ focuses on the aftermath of the Lisbon sisters’ suicides, and what was left behind, their belongings and Trip. We chose to focus on the Lisbon girls’ room because a majority of the film focuses on their seclusion away from everyone else and how they put forth so much effort into creating their own world. ‘State of Dreaming: Act II,’ also features Trip Fontaine once again, only this time exploring the Lisbon girls’ neighborhood after they are gone.
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State Of Dreaming: Act I
Originally a novel written by Jeffrey Eugenides, The Virgin Suicides explores the secret lives of the Lisbon sisters through the eyes of the boys in their neighborhood. With its dream-like aesthetic and haunting soundtrack, The Virgin Suicides, written and directed by Sofia Coppola, became a cult classic. We decided to take inspiration from the film, but instead showcase the dream-like aesthetic with people of color, thus revamping the 90s movie’s style to reflect what our society looks more like today with more varied skin tones. State of Dreaming: Act I exemplifies the disillusionment the Lisbon girls’ experienced at school, while also showcasing the boy all of the Lisbon sisters came to idolize before their demise, Trip Fontaine.
What’s up creeps! Today we bring to you our most recent collaboration with Wander Outfitters, a one of a kind store that recently opened in Downtown Fullerton. Not only does it have a supply of camping equipment and outdoor accessories, but they also have a rad selection of clothes meant for wandering in. If you’re looking for an adventure, be sure to stop by and check it out! #creepitreal
Hey fellow Creeps! For this photoshoot we tried to capture the badass-ness of various gangs in pop culture from the Montagues and Capulets of Baz Lurhman’s “Romeo+Juliet” to the greasers from Francis Coppola’s “The Outsiders.” We wanted to create a tight knit group of guys that challenged gender norms in a post-apocolyptic daydream sort of land.
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Greetings fellow Creeps, this photoshoot was inspired by the notorious Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, which encapsulated a whole generation of style in the 90s. Will Smith’s clothing in the show is bright, quirky, and above all else fun, which we are fond of here at Creeper Magg. For this photoshoot we hoped to bring back a little bit of what we all lived in during our childhoods, so we hope you Creeps enjoy! #creepitreal
Poisoned Blackberries is the love child of all Kelsea Cadena's artistic endeavors. Cadena established the brand in 2014 while she was a senior in high school. You can purchase some of the items featured in the lookbook here and check out more of her stuff on Instagram, Twitter, & Tumblr.
For this photoshoot, we became inspired by a toxic relationship and how a couple can be addictive and damaging throughout it's existence. The desert served as the inspiration for the desolation and abandonment that would transpire as our "couple" would attempt to runaway from their problems. The 1975's "Robbers" music video is also noted as one of the biggest influences for this shoot.
Stylists: Emily Kimura & Kelsea Cadena
Assistant: Carla Medina
Photographer: Kelsea Cadena
Models: Alisha Lustig & Sanh Tran
Clothes: Various thrift stores & Models'/Stylists' own
For The Collective XIII's first ever photoshoot, we wanted to shed light on the so-called outcasts and rejects of high school. The Breakfast Club and Freaks & Geeks served as inspiration to our vision.
Stylists: Emily Kimura & Kelsea Cadena
Make-up & Hair: Rayna Sundberg-Martinez
Photographers: Alan Luarca, Sanh Tran, & Connor Russell
Videographer: Sanh Tran
Models: Jackie Lindenberg, Maggie Flynn, Kelsea Cadena, Cate Nelson, Billy Strowbridge, Sean Casey, Evaristo Guerrero