Totally Customized by Paolo Prisco (Monaco)

Paolo Prisco has been a featured photographer on See.7 four times to date.  We love his quirky, but strong style which he achieves as both the photographer and stylist on each shoot.  Recently, we caught up with Paolo and asked him to tell us a little about his latest editorial, “Un Deux Trois.”

A couple of words about my styling…most of my clothes are customized after purchase, they are dyed, stained, sprayed, re-sewn and altered.   This is especially true of clothes that are originally black.

When “customizing,” I also try to use some inexpensive but tasty, ordinary clothes.  And, I don’t believe in “unwearable” things.  I then mix and match with luxury brands like Christian Louboutin, the most expensive shoemaker in France, who is featured in this story.

See the full story, Un Deux Trois.  Check out more of Paolo’s work on his site.

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