In their original Instagram context, these two images were side-by-side, in the mosaic style that is so well adapted to the platform, like this:
…..which is a lovely way for the brand/shop to pay homage to their inspiration – girls of around this age – without an outfit being promoted. There’s even a third black square, if you want a moodier look:
….but the two originals work perfectly well as stand-alone images. I said brand/shop, because although the Spanish company Aiana Larocca is a children’s clothing brand, they also promote and sell other brands’ collections in their online shop – and if you look at the first YouTube video below, you’ll see a promotion for a dress by Rochy (in the second video, by the way, “vichy” is just an alternative name for gingham, not a brand or style).
Here are some examples of Aiana Larocca‘s own creations:
…..very recognisably Spanish, but lacking one photographic style, unlike some other similar brands I’ve featured (click on “Spanish children’s fashion” in the tag cloud to see a feast of brands, photographers and portraits) – tho’ nothing can be taken away from the sublime triptych that the post started with: I’d love to know who the photographer was for that…….and click on the second Instagram link if you want to see something a bit livelier, as the little model (who’s jumping down steps in the main gallery) jumps on and off a
stone concrete park bench a million times…