Minimalist style can often be quite androgynous, simple shapes that sit away from the body and unfussy pieces with little or no detail, but this does not always have to be the case. Russh magazine have shown how to do a sexy take on minimalism in their editorial, Temptation. Leather bustiers, high-split skirts, bare midriffs and shoulders create a very feminine look.
I love the neutral palette of cream and dark teal, black and ivory, chocolate-brown and bronze. These are my colours, non-shouty, easy on the eye colours. Magdalena Frackowiak’s natural beauty means the make-up can be pared back to compliment the look. Her honey brown hair has been styled simply in loose waves.
The soft natural light highlights Frakowiak’s beautiful shoulders and collarbones, as well as the folds, pleats and textures of the clothes.