Watch The Throne

 

 

I had the amazing opportunity to photograph inside designer Jun Jun Ablaza’s house. I could only think of a Game of Thrones-inspired shoot. Nothing that followed the show from every detail of course, but brushes of inspiration from the popular show from styling to storyline. The venue breathed it!

The team:

photography: jar concengco

stylist: micho dacasin

assistants to stylist: clarissa de vera, raffy dimaculangan

hair: sarah paulino

makeup / grooming: etine bautista and maws diaz

big thank you goes out to: jun jun ablaza and teej nepomuceno

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Part 1: Watch The Throne

on tanja –

dress: che ricablanca

earrings and necklace: kannah besino-simbulan

bracelets: jun jun ablaza

on jm –

vest and bracelets: jun jun ablaza

photo by jar concengco photography by jar concengco

 

Part 2: Prepare For Battle

on farah:

dress and topper: my mix boutique

fur accessory: jun jun ablaza

on daniel:

coat and helmet: jun jun ablaza

photography by jar concengco photo by jar concengco

 

Part 3: When The King’s Away

on farah:

gown: jerome salaya ang

on jm:

fur accessory: jun jun ablaza

pants: model’s own

photo by jar concengco

 

Part 4: In The Beginning

on daniel:

coat: jun jun ablaza

on farah:

dress: jerome salaya ang

photo by jar concengco

Here were the models that I got to work with. Thank you:

Tanja Winheim / Reign Models

Watch The Throne_2

JM Manalang

photo by jar concengco

Daniel Bradbury / Lux Talent Management

photo by jar concengco

Farah Ramos

photo by jar concengco

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