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SEA2SEE, photography project launches

A striking photography project launched by the ‘seastainable’ eyewear brand, Sea2see, has been set in motion on the Atlantic coast of Morocco, where fashion inspiration comes together with an ode to the people, natural places, coastlines and vibrant culture of the locations in which the photos were taken.

The backdrop is the fishing village of Taghazout on the Atlantic coast of Morocco. Capturing a mood of exploration in this extraordinary scenery, the 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.  The photography is the work of the international photographer and filmmaker, Edouard Valette.

 “These images are full of symbolism, reflecting our deep conviction in circularity, environmental action and the need for widespread material re-use,” said François van den Abeele, Founder of Sea2see. “Travelling to various fishing villages and coastal environments, the scenes express the essence, extraordinary colours and reality of the coastal and fishing environment, the unique biodiversity in the sea… whilst the models wear the fishing nets, plastic bottles, fishhooks and buoys…symbolic of what is discarded on beaches, polluting these spectacular natural 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.

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