Passion of Erinys

This past Saturday Linn Hermander and I met up for a fashion photoshoot. The clothes in this blog post were created by Linn, to see more of her beautiful creations click the Linn Hermander tag or visit her instagram design page.

For those wondering, Erinyes were female chthonic deities of vengeance in Greek mythology. They lived in the underworld and took vengeance on men who broke their oath (Wikipedia). There is a photo further down with Linn holding a brick which inspired the name of this blog post.

Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design. For a few moments the sun peaked through the cloud cover and we got this photo with the shadow on the wall.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design.

“I love playing with shapes and the silhouette of a human body. I want to empower and enhance. By working with lighter fabrics and structured overlays I hope to achieve interesting figures and movement.”
— Linn

Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design. The light from above really brings out the wonderful soft quality of the cloth.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design. I really liked the combination of rusty iron and glass of the architect house.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design. When designing her clothes Linn creates characters with back stories that she visualises wearing them. Here she embodies the character, carrying a brick looking for her soon to be ex-husband.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design.
Linn wearing Linn Kristina Design.

We also made a small behind the scenes video:

Many thanks to Linn for a really fun photoshoot!

Instagram: Linn, Johannes

— Johannes

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