Lingerie Photography Studio

By ELLEN LEWIS

A fashion editorial series by Stephanie Hynes & Lingerie Briefs

Christine Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes Photography exclusively for Lingerie BriefsChristine Lingerie

In ancient Roman mythology, Aurora is the goddess of dawn. She is the evening glow in a winter sky; radient, romantic, intimate. As the night mists dissipate, she is borne aloft to announce the arrival of the sun. The atmosphere is diaphanous as darkness melts away. The world brightens as by her deed, light emerges. It’s a new day. Her image, often used to evoke sexuality in poetry, has become an icon of feminine persuasion.

Aurora
Goddess sparkle
A mountain shade suggests your shape
I tumble down on my knees
Fill my mouth with snow
The way it melts
I wish to melt into you
~ Bjork

In our third Lingerie Fashion editorial, Stephanie chooses to replicate the essence of Aurora’s rising. Using diffused light and exquisite lingerie, these exclusive photographs remind us that there is light on the horizon, that women hold the power to provoke and that, perhaps, as we make our presence known, the long winter of our discontent is about to fade.

Simone Perele Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes Photography exclusively for Lingerie BriefsSimone Perele

Millesia Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes Photography exclusively for Lingerie BriefsMillesia

Loulette Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes Photography exclusively for Lingerie BriefsLoulette

Jolidon Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes Photography exclusively for Lingerie BriefsJolidon

Loulette Lingerie photographed by Stephanie Hynes Photography exclusively for Lingerie BriefsLoulette

 

AURORA RISING
Lingerie Ascending

Production Credits
Photography & Creative Direction: Stephanie Hynes 🙂
@stephaniehynesphotography
Hair & Makeup
@juliephaxay
Retouching: Stefanie Schneeberger
http://www.stefanieschneeberger.com/
@stefanieschneeberger
Model
Laura Hess
@lhess_

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Stephanie Hynes Photography editorial on Lingerie Briefs

Milesia Bustier, Express Pants & Choker, Zara Heels

After a very successful launch of our exclusive fashion lingerie editorial in December,  we have joined forces once again with photographer Stephanie Hynes to present Part II, an exposé on the influence of intimate apparel on a woman’s wardrobe. This collaboration is about the woman who embraces life and fashion fully. She is daring, adventurous and edgy with her choices. Possessing an excellent taste level, she understands that some undergarments are meant to be shown. I asked Stephanie to focus on this direction. The integration of lingerie into a woman’s ready to wear wardrobe will be a guiding force in our industry going forward.

Influenced by the 70’s and 80’s, both in lighting and styling, these images are both evocative and confident. Stephanie states that she imagined … Read more


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Jane Woolrich corset, H&M Blouse, Earrings by Anthropologie, Bracelet & rings by Lundeen

Certainly, if you read the Lingerie Brief’s byline, you are aware that our mission has always been to advocate for the poetry of beautifully wrought intimate apparel. Every member of our editorial staff has a personal as well as professional connection to this industry.  But, to connect with our brand requires a very particular vision of femininity. We are all mutually interested in crafting stories that represent women in all aspects of their emotions (Not just smiling! Not just sexy!): Woman of intelligence and passion.

I am approached almost daily by bloggers, writers, photographers and others soliciting some sort of involvement with our site. Luckily, I read every email I receive, because not too long ago, the inquiry I received from Stephanie Read more


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