Dressed In Love: A Photo Project Showing That Marriage Does Not Destroy Individuality, But Reinforces It – Design You Trust

Dressed In Love: A Photo Project Showing That Marriage Does Not Destroy Individuality, But Reinforces It

“Dressed in Love” is an international photo project of the studio from St. Petersburg and Moscow Ringstudio. This photo project is our challenge to society, in which we call people to the constancy of relations and to the choice of a single partner!

We talk about the fact that marriage does not destroy individuality, but on the contrary: it emphasizes it with even greater force. The simple beauty of such different couples can not but conquer. That case, when the advertising project was really powerful.

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