Elegant and chic. A wanderlust romance. That’s some of the sentiments evoked in this modern love story captured in the center of Paris. The editorial feel tells a story … let’s check it out!
from the photographer: “Carla and Jean is a modern love story. Two beings who have crossed paths at several times in their lives and whom fate has taken care to bring together in a logical way. They engaged and got married few years ago. As this wedding has been so decisive from a personal standpoint, they used to celebrate their true love every year, during couple sessions, at different places. New chapters opened for their love story across the world. For these vows’ renewals, the shooting of these lovebirds took place in the so French and magnificent place of Louvre, in the center of Paris.
Jean is wearing a tailored Samson suit and belt. To fit his perfect hipster look he’s walking sneakers. Carla is wearing “Isabelle” asymetric skirt and “Françoise” blouse from the French wedding dress company By Romance, completed by a Livy bra and a Jonak pair of sandals. Earrings by Bonanza. She used to be a professional model who had a prestigious experience in elite modeling in her past years. Her past experience along with this dress was the best combination we could ever imagine bringing a fashion and a modern touch to this couple session. The result is explosive: complicity, love combined with fashionable codes, all leveraged thanks to the radiant Carla. Her wedding dress is the best association we could imagine and is the masterpiece of this love scene.
The two lovers decided to continue their trip at Pont des Arts also called the bridge of lovers due to the tourists habits to link padlocks featuring their first names to the railing and to throw the key into the Seine River, as a romantic gesture. As the sun began to rise, the two lovers decided to put their Jimmy Fairly sunglasses.
The shooting then finished at the Debilly footbridge near the Eiffel Tower, also called the New York bridge. It is built on a metallic framework that refers to the same metallic structure of the Eiffel Tower in the background of the photos. The main idea behind the choice of this ultimate place was to highlight Carla’s femininity. The asymmetrical curve of this Isabelle skirt she’s wearing recalls the “legs” of the iron lady in the background. The whole thing brings a definitely fashionable touch and the two women seem to be parading together.”
Photographer: Jeremy Jourdain
Venue: Le Louvre Paris
Dress Designer: By Romance
Men’s Formalwear: Samson Sur Mesure
Shoes: Jona K
Sunglasses: Jimmy Fairly