2014 #greystoneconcours ReVamp Vintage Inspired Clothing Fashion Show by Clinton Lum @calibre68

Beverly Hills, Photos by Clinton Lum / Lumdigital, Text by W&HM Staff -
During the 2014 Greystone Mansion Concours d'Elegance car show and mansion tour event, one of the highlights is the fashion runway show by the vintage clothing line ReVamp (web site: here), The designer, Annamarie von Firley and the team draw inspirations from the vintage photos and movie stills and create period-authentic and detail-attention designs that could easily fit back into the grand era of the classic glamour Hollywood days.  Their clothes are all made in the US.  From the runway show, we learned to greatly appreciate the thematic styles, meticulous dress making, dramatic patterns and color blocks, as well as complete make up and hairs, on the talented models to make a beautiful and authentic clothing line through a very articulated runway presentation.




Sage Contributor Clinton Lum / Lumdigital: 

Clinton’s background is in Architecture which provides a unique foundation from which he photographs his subjects, whether they are models, cars, or a mix in between.  As with Architecture, photography requires an attention to detail to balance composition, form and light to present a final image.

He has been in the import scene since 2004 and has covered countless events inSouthern California and out of state.  Besides import events, he has also covered automotive sports such as D1 Grand Prix, Formula Drift, Indy Car, NASCAR and NHRA drag racing.

In the past few years, he has been involved with glamour photography and learning to utilize off camera strobe lights and modifiers.  Compared to event photography, photo shoots allow for more lighting control while providing the time to properly compose shots.