Weddings aren’t the only time you should take beautiful photos (and feel like a million dollars). The enjoyment of creating timeless images presents the unique opportunity to preserve an emotion; romance captured as a moment in time. A look between two lovers, an enchanting city or a dress that transports you to a different time and place…
Silvia and Greg wanted to capture something special with photos inspired by high-end fashion editorials and found their ideal backdrop in the enchanting city of Venice. Enabled by the new Jetsetters travel offering at Christian Oth Studio, they found their muse in the canal-side Aman Venice hotel and the sumptuous architecture of the city. Set within the 16th century Palazzo Popodopoli and overlooking the Grand Canal, the 24 rooms of Aman Venice are perfectly poised for photos. Of course, you cannot visit the city of water without indulging in the quintessential gondola ride and Silvia and Greg took full advantage of this sensational experience.
For wardrobe, Silvia collaborated with fashion designers Ermanno Scervino and Suzanne Harward for a regal and romantic selection. Each shoot location was curated to not only conjure the right ambience but also to balance the textures of her look.
Traveling overseas opens the door to a new and refreshed take on life. Whether you’ve already planned your next trip or you want to curate your overseas editorial adventure with a dream location in mind, it’s a great opportunity to be bold and creative. Designed for lovers of adventure and luxury, jet-setting with Christian Oth Studio allows you to collaboratively craft your own editorial shoot and elevate an experience from something magical yet ephemeral to one that you can relive and share with the ones you love.
If you’re feeling inspired by this romantic shoot and find yourself with a serious case of the travel-bug, feel free to take a peek at Silvia and Greg’s Venetian itinerary and travel tips from The Black Tomato.
Photography: Christian Oth Studio
Travel: Black Tomato Travel
Hotel: Aman Venice
Planning: Venice First
Clothing designer: Suzanne Harward
Clothing designer: Ermanno Scervino
Hair and makeup: Letilia Cordella
Styling: Farewell Fiancé