Posted: Aug 30 2012
by: wickedpeacock

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The Making of "WICKED," a Video by Bob Packert

Wicked Peacock was excited to provide accessories for a short video filmed by Boston fashion photographer Bob Packert earlier this month. With an occultist concept, the video plays with themes of innocence, raw beauty, pursuit of desire, corruption and savage sensuality.

Accessories by Wicked Peacock

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The beauty team included New Hampshire talent Dawnmarie Currier and Anna Mills and Jimmy Trapella of Boston, Liz Kidder Hair (and antler) stylist and makeup by Teague Vivolo of Portland, Maine.

Hair Stylist Liz Kidder and Dawnmarie Currier

MUA Teague Vivolo and Anna Mills

Eye make-up for the girls was heavy, dark and shadowy, which made for interesting and sultry expressions. Jimmy's eyes were heavily outlined in black liner which brought-out a villainous side.

Filming took place in a remote location just outside the town center of Milford, NH. The day was perfectly picturesque. Sites included pine trees, rock outcroppings, back roads, abandoned bridges, hawks, fields of flowers and a spectacular raging waterfall. On set for additional filming and still photography were Creative Director Bob Parsons and Mike Cevoli.

Creative Director Bob Parsons and Photographer Bob Packert on Location

Styling on Set

Styling on Set

Filming in Milford, NH

Silvana Costa of Wicked Peacock styled looks for the shoot based on the creative vision of Bob Packert, the video's Director. The clothing, made from Viscose and leather, was highly textured, distressed and shredded, and well conveyed the vulnerability and tension present in the film. The clothes are part of a collection by Mass College of Art student Evan Michael with Evan Michael Industries.

Photographer Bob Packert and Jimmy Trapella

Jewelry was made especially for the shoot by Boston-based designers Magdalena Stokalska and Silvana Costa, and featured skulls, petrified coral, deer antlers, birch bark, body chains, quartz crystals and porcupine quills.

Jewelry by Silvana Costa and Magdalena Stokalska

Behind the scenes photographs taken by Katie Bishop-Schaffer.

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