A while back we introduced you to Elle Muliarchyk guerrilla photographer and model whose initial artistic MO was sneaking into exclusive designer boutiques around the world and taking dressing room self-portraits wearing the most expensive frocks in the store. Elle’s incredible styling and photographic talents have since been acquired for more legitimate projects – including regularly contributing to the New York Times’ fashion section, T Magazine.

For her latest T magazine piece she has gone back to her roots, creating a short guerrilla movie shot with help of hidden camera starring model Meghan Collison.

Elle said: “I wanted to conduct an experiment on how our appearance can affect our destinies! I wanted to do it in the most literal extreme and fun way. With fashion, makeup and wigs I transformed model Meghan Collison into ten archetypal female characters and sent her to many psychics in NYC. She received a “new fortune” (both very good and very bad) every hour for a week! The fashion was much more powerful than the psychics’ intuition – they never recognized the true Meghan!”

Still shots below video.

“Designing Our Fourtunes” Guerilla Fashion By Elle Muliarchyk

“Designing Our Fourtunes” Guerilla Fashion By Elle Muliarchyk

“Designing Our Fourtunes” Guerilla Fashion By Elle Muliarchyk

“Designing Our Fourtunes” Guerilla Fashion By Elle Muliarchyk

“Designing Our Fourtunes” Guerilla Fashion By Elle Muliarchyk

“Designing Our Fourtunes” Guerilla Fashion By Elle Muliarchyk

“Designing Our Fourtunes” Guerilla Fashion By Elle Muliarchyk

“Designing Our Fourtunes” Guerilla Fashion By Elle Muliarchyk