Well I can appreciate that perspective however I feel the graphics did quite the contrary of your intention. I do like that you took normal pictures of normal people wearing the clothes rather than trying to create an unrealistic perception of 'lifestyle'. At the end of the day though, I do still like the clothes you are producing and that is vastly more important than my opinion of your lookbook.Thank you for your feedback, the products where meant to stand out among the distortion that was produced in the background of the images. The photos depict people wearing them in seemingly normal situations, honestly one of the "models" is my partners dad. He was fixing some things around the house, then making a pie. The other photos where taken in a library.Spring //014 LookbookThe text and other graphics and photo distortion all add up to making this a pretty shitty lookbook. I think people forget that the true objective of a lookbook is to show how the clothes fit and how they can be worn on a day to day basis. This is lost when you can hardly see the clothes and/or the pieces are lost in shitty graphics.