A Canadian photographer has given the term 'boyfriend jeans' a whole new meaning. Hana Pesut, 30, has been photographing couples, friends and family in their own outfits, and then again in each other's, since 2010 for a book project called Switcheroo. Mixing and matching skirts and jeans; trucker caps and straw hats; parkas and pea coats; pendants and bow ties; and heels and heavy boots, the compelling couples look at once goofy and intimate dressed in each others clothes.
And switch! Photographer Hana Pesut, 30, has been photographing couples, friends and family in their own outfits, and then again in each others', since 2010 for a series called Switcheroo Ms Pesut told the Globe and Mail: 'It’s a nice way to take a portrait and to see the way couples interact with one another. To see how much fun it is for them to see each other in each other’s clothes.
Quick change: Switching clothes, the compelling couples look both goofy and intimate dressed in each others outfits, while also imitating the others' original pose 'A couple of guys have not liked it. They act like their girlfriend tricked them into doing it. Others are good sports. They know they look funny. It’s all just for fun.' While exploring gender, identity and disguise with the project, the photographer also wants people to 'interpret it in their own way.'
Making a statement: While exploring gender, identity and disguise with the project, the photographer also wants people to 'interpret it in their own way' The idea first came to Ms Pesut, who works as a deejay and handles social media for a company in the entertainment business, while on a camping trip with friends. She told Glamour magazine: 'I didn't really plan for Switcheroo to be a project, it kind of just happened.
Special spots: Ms Pesut chooses each location based on places that are special or memorable for each couple 'I was camping with some friends and two of them were dressed in very different styles. One was wearing tie dye, sequins, silk scarves and everything was very colorful, whereas the other was wearing black jeans and a black T-shirt, so we thought it would be fun for them to switch outfits and I decided to take before and after photos.
Globe trotter:She has photographed over 200 'switcheroos' all over the world, including Spain, Japan, France, Austria, Mexico, Canada and America source: dailymail
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