Ride the Tide
Kamila @ ML Studio (Poland)
Fashion week, fashion weeks... shows, casting and none looking like another. Shall we consider this fact as a good point, when each designer/casting director tries to build his own vision around a given show or shall we take it as pure randomness. Guess it depends highly on each case, as some shows seemed to have a real point trying to pull out a statement or create a certain aesthetic that echoes the collection while others were just too hard to understand (even too hard to look at) when everything screamed 'lack of direction'. It has been like this, more or less, over the few past season but that 'trend' (or lack of trend for that matter) left a stronger impression this time. From 'where are we heading to' we went to 'who's going where' as each casting was taking its own way and couldn't related to any other, even when done by the same casting director, even when you compare two designers who usually share a common aesthetic when it comes to models. So, independent-thinking or randomness: you choose. We chose to avoid the topic again. Too early to dig deeper now. And picked a brand new face instead of blurbing and babbling on things that seem out of control for almost everyone.
Here comes Kamila, then. Latest model to join ML Studio, the creative boutique from Scszecin in Poland. 5'9 (176) high and 19-years-old, with this intriguing gaze that commands attention at first look. As usual with her agency, the quality of first materials enables us to drop a few lines with a clear point without having any kind of gap between our words and the visuals, some kind of harmony that allows everyone to understand what's up with the girl. Eyes, then, and skills as well. Does the age-factor plays a role there? We certainly believe so and guess we're not the only ones. Not meaning we are totally 'tired of teenagers' but time and experience of life work out a couple of things like expressing feelings a different way that too-young-too-shy little ladies might not be able to pull out when pushed on the scene too fast. Something Kamila shouldn't suffer from: she's ready to go full force and ride the wave her own way.