Appearing in Window Displays of Estelle Adoni Lingerie

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Appearing in the Window Displays of Estelle Adoni Lingerie by Zorz Studios (1)

I am delighted and thrilled to see Zorz Studios’ photos on the commercial scale display at Estelle Adoni, one of the largest and finest lingerie stores in Russia (with over 40 stores in Moscow alone).

Here are some of Estelle Adoni window displays in Moscow, featuring one of studio’s commercial shoots for a UK lingerie designer Jane Woolrich and her New York face Olga Sokolova. Following the mobile phone’s snaps are selected original photos from that session.

So for a brief moment in history, one might say that my photos are all over Moscow. 😛 If some of my friends in Moscow happen to pass by one of Estelle Adoni stores (e.g., Crocus City Mall), take a look and snap a shot for me. I wish I could see this…

The timing of this news is pretty curious because in about a week other ladies will have an opportunity to experience the quality of a world-class lingerie commercial shoot, all pampered by a professional beauty team and tastefully chronicled by the creative minds of the studio. Read about this special event and book your unforgettable experience while a few spots are left!

Ed Hafizov
Ed Hafizov
Ed Hafizov is a creative director and lead photographer of Zorz Studios, Manhattan-based boutique photography studio, offering arousing and daring fashion, commercial, beauty, and wedding photography. Multiple Fearless Photographer™ award winner, named among the top 50 US wedding photographers, top 10 NY wedding photographers, winner of Adobe contests, featured by Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle et al, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week photographer, and a distinguished member of Grace Ormonde Wedding Style‘s Platinum List, he is eager to step out of his and willing clients' comfort zone to pursue original artwork with a lasting impression.