April 12, 2018
The Roger Vivier Paris Wedding Campaign showcases their new luxury bridal collection. The shoot was designed around the story of a bride getting ready on her wedding day in Paris. We captured it like a normal wedding day where the bride finishes getting ready, has some gorgeous pre-wedding portraits and is ready to spend a little time with her bridesmaids. Together they are excited and enjoy the celebrations. Our bride then heads out to the Eiffel Tower for more gorgeous portraits in front of the iconic Eiffel Tower before heading to her wedding ceremony to meet her groom.
The preparations are set in the jaw droppingly gorgeous Prince Bonaparte suite in the Shangri-la Hotel. I think this is one of the most beautiful wedding venues in Paris.
See the campaign film by Zen Film Works here:
Born in 1907, Roger Vivier, known as the Fabergé of footwear, created shoes that looked like works of art. In 1924, he began his sculpture studies at the Paris School of Fine Arts, which he abandoned two years later to learn the art of shoemaking and start an apprenticeship. Fascinated by the world of theatre and music halls where Vivier tried his hand at stage decors. Backstage, he met Josephine Baker and Mistinguett, for whom he created custom-made shoes.
See more our collaboration on Roger Vivier’s website here: Roger Vivier
See more of our collaboration on Roger Vivier’s website here: Roger Vivier
Photography: www.clairemorrisphotography.com & Assistant: Selina gray
Stylist: Claire Dhelens & Assistant: Macha shabalina
Flowers: Lily Paloma
Make up: Christina Lutz
Hair: Kevin Jacotot
See more Shangri-la weddings like this on my website here: SHANGRI-LA WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY