We’re so invested in the rebirth of boho and “Magic Mountain” is serving some desert looks that will be sure to inspire.
Originally shot for online marketplace Bohemian Diesel, Australian photographer Ming Nomchong casts her spell on the desert of Joshua Tree, California.
This is a gloriously cinematic shoot that truly embraces its stunning location. “Magic Mountain” looks like a Western in the making, with Ming’s two muses appearing as carefree partners in crime amongst the rock piles and the dusky pink skeletons of old structures. From the Stetsons and the ornate leather drinking gourd to the romantic Bohemian wardrobe, this shoot has been put together impeccably by stylist Alice Roberts.
For a grand finale, the release of purple smoke adds an otherworldly element, an unnatural magic touch alongside the desert’s sunset colour palette.
Ming Nomchong is an Australian fashion and lifestyle photographer currently based in Byron Bay – for more of her work, visit her official site, like her on Facebook, or follow her on Instagram (@ming_nomchong_photo).
Images sourced from Spell Designs // Full credits: Photography: Ming Nomchong | Muses: Bleu Archbold & Hannah Do | Styling: Alice Roberts | Hair and MUA: Penny Antuar | Clothing: Amuse Society, Brahminy Exchange, Faithfull The Brand, Bali Elf & Sam Roberts LA
Cecile Blackmore is a writer from Brisbane, Australia. She writes and edits at The Creative Issue and hoards vintage clothing – follow her adventures on Instagram at @saintcecile.