The second editorial I shot in January was for the designer Sergio of Celestino Couture http://www.celestinocouture.com/. His amazing creations can be seen on the runways of the major fashion shows as well as wellknown celebrities. His designs are based on architectural finesse and the free flowing movement of fabric. Nothing is ever duplicated and to watch their garments in motion is a work of art. Up and coming New York stylist Butch Johnson approached me about doing a shoot featuring the gowns and dresses of Celestino. He was familiar with their clothing from a previous shoot with Australian photographer George Favios http://www.georgefavios.com/. I was enamoured to say the least (when in all honesty, I just wanted some Celestino hotness in my portfolio - If George Favios can, then why can't I? - We then set out upon doing a wonderful story featuring these lovely creations. Casting calls went out, hairsylist were sought, jewelry was to be found. North Carolina hairstylist Tim Johnson http://www.timjohnsoninternational.com/ flew up to provide wonderful hair designs, jewelry makers Lisa Grant http://www.lisagrant.com/ and Adha Zelma http://www.adhazelma.com/ provided striking jewelry. Make up was completed by Damion Girado and Wendy Levene of Red Models http://www.rednyc.com/ provided the beautiful models that brought these gowns to life! Thank you Estella Amara, Callanne Wolfe, Elle King and Anna S of Red Model Management.