FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
FRAGILE BEAUTY, UNDER THE MOROCCAN SKIES SEA2SEE UNVEILS
INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY PROJECT
AS VIVID REMINDER OF THE URGENCY OF THE PRESERVATION OF OUR COASTS
The backdrop, the fishing village of Taghazout on the Atlantic coast of Morocco was also an eye-catching focal point in the project, a further reminder of the natural fragile beauty of the coastline and sea in this particular region, which, for Sea2see, has a symbolism that goes beyond fashion, representing our responsibility towards nature and its very survival across the world. Capturing a mood of exploration in this extraordinary scenery, the internationally-renowned Belgian stylist, Lisa Lapauw creates a feeling that is at once creative and colourful, with a fresh and distinctive apparel style that also highlights upcycled, pre-used items and discarded plastics from the beach.
It also represents a bold and haunting reminder of the authentic and the raw, the naturalness of the incredible location as well as the fragility of the shores.
A team of internationally famous models and local faces star side by side in the imagery, and include Ansar Elyacoubi, Sahal Elhaissan, Kaltoum, Siham and Mohamed Youno.
All the eyewear featured in the imagery is part of Sea2see’s current “seastainable” ophthalmic and sunglasses collection 2023.
The project commissioned by the “seastainable” eyewear pioneers, Sea2see is the work of the international photographer and filmmaker, Edouard Valette.