“Alexander Straulino returns to the Japanese skin and cosmetic producer Shiseido, producing a series of eye art calligraphy. The 3-image series features the new range of fine liners from Shiseido, that create strong, graphic lines,” the representation SHOTVIEW on the beauty work of its photographer Alexander STRAULINO for SHISEIDO. We have the three motifs for you on GoSee.
The fashion special by Margiela Homme S/S17 was staged by Spela KASAL c/o SHOTVIEW BERLIN for the Japanese men´s magazine. We have the motifs from the banks of the Seine for you on GoSee (styling: Masae Takanaka).
The amazing Austrian social scientist and feminist Dr. Edit Schlaffer was portrayed by Peter RIGAUD for the magazine D LA REPUBBLICA. We learn from the web about her: “Dr. Edit Schlaffer is a social scientist, writer, activist based in Vienna, Austria. In 2002, she founded Women without Borders, an international research-based NGO, encouraging women to take the lead in their personal and public lives. Her research and activities focus on women as agents of change and as driving forces to stabilize an insecure world’. Find out more about her and her work under: women-without-borders.org
Photographer Peter GEHRKE c/o SHOTVIEW was on a mission for GINA TRICOT. In the Spring 2017 campaign, you can once again adore great model Frida Gustavsson, of whom Gina Tricot says: “Frida Gustavsson is a horse-loving feminist who grew up in Stockholm. She describes her style as playfully elegant, but she has also had a touch of the tomboy about her since childhood.” Hair artist was Philip FOHLIN c/o GoSee member LINKDETAILS, with styling by Hanna Marzouki Widlund.
Niki PAULS c/o SHOTVIEW BERLIN styles American rapper and influencer A$AP Rocky for the MERCEDES BENZ campaign 'Grow Up'. SHOTVIEW BERLIN on the extraordinary international campaign to GoSee: “The uber-cool car brand is taking a new approach to marketing communications with the most extensive content creation in its history. Producing over 90 lifestyle and product images as well as a series of short films, the campaign explores the stories of the new generation. It tells the tale of those caught between the coolness of adolescence and the squareness of adulthood, but attempt to maintain an attitude to life in their new compacts.” Production: Iconoclast, CD was Veit Moeller c/o DDB Tribal, and it was photographed by Alice Moitie c/o seven six.
About - Rakim Mayers (born October 3, 1988), better known by his stage name ASAP Rocky (stylized as A$AP Rocky), is an American rapper, record producer, director, actor and model from the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan, New York. He is a member of the hip hop group A$AP Mob, from which he adopted his moniker. asvpxrocky.com
Camilla ARMBRUST c/o SHOTVIEW photographed the newest MYTHERESA collection and sweeps us into the summer season with her motifs: “Flesh tones and floral prints are the highlight of the latest MyTheresa collection. Chiffon dresses showcased through poetic movements are set against the beautiful depths of a valley, embodying the true essence of the brand,” the reps from SHOTVIEW tell GoSee.
Denim brand WRANGLER celebrates its 70-year, milestone anniversary and takes us along on a stylish trip through time in its campaign. “With Wrangler leading the pack, graphic tee’s and thigh-high boots have made a comeback in recent years,” is how SHOTVIEW BERLIN describes the campaign look. Niki PAULS was responsible for styling, and Jacob MOHR c/o CREATVT was in charge of casting, both artists c/o SHOTVIEW. There is even a special website for the occasion. Wrangler 's original statement: Celebrate with us in discovering this year's special commemorative collections.” And: “The 1970s were at times years of great optimism of fun, which the rainbow graphic suggested,” Wrangler Creative Director Sean Gormley continues. “It’s a look and feel being revisited by pop culture now, from fashion to festival style to the hit TV series ‘Stranger Things’. Since the 70s and Wrangler go hand in hand, there’s a natural authenticity in it revisiting this upbeat look.” So, Go & See : 70yearswrangler.com
Kira BUNSE c/o SHOTVIEW photographed the F/W 2017 collection from designer DOROTHEE SCHUMACHER. “With a focus on superior tailoring and a clean silhouette, Dorothee Schumacher maintains a commitment to the elegant signature style, but this season with a streetwear edge. Silk shirts and knitwear are paired with oversized hooded jackets for an updated, modern look,” SHOTVIEW tells GoSee. Dorothee Schumacher (* 1966 in Düsseldorf) is a German women's fashion designer and businesswoman. She produces with Schumacher GmbH in Mannheim for her international label Schumacher. The Schumacher shops can be found in 45 countries, and her collections are available in more than 600 fashion houses, including department stores in Dubai, New York City, Tokyo and Berlin. Go & See: dorothee-schumacher.com
Horst DIEKGERDES c/o SHOTVIEW BERLIN photographed the MONTBLANC Eyewear Winter 2017 campaign. “This season the brand concept builds further on developing the usage of new, precious and extraordinary materials. The Montblanc Eyewear Collection includes a range of very classic to extraordinary styles, all maintaining a respect to the iconic brand image.” Shotview lets us know. Art buying & casting: Birte Solomon & Bianca Winter from SOLOMON WINTER, in front of the camera: Model Julian Sabaud, who was styled by Alex Aikiu. hair: Terry Saxon. montblanc.com///eyewear
For the April issue of TOWN AND COUNTRY magazine, Horst DIEKGERDES c/o SHOTVIEW photographed model Marie Piovesan in Milan. The model was clad in mid-century prints in front of beautiful furniture from Nilufar, Milans iconic design gallery. nilufar.com
Focused on outerwear, it was off to the climbing center for L’OFFICIEL HOMMES and the Spring 2017 issue where photographer Jana Gerberding and fashion editor Isabelle THIRY staged the looks from brands such as Lanvin, Stone Island, Acne Studios, Paul Smith, Versace, Prada oder Dior Homme, just to name a few. We have the spread 'Up & Down' featuring Willow Barrett & Hussein Abdulrahman for you on GoSee.
SHOTVIEW BERLIN is delighted about yet another cover by beauty photographer Alexander STRAULINO for AMICA Italia. The agency tells GoSee: “No one does beauty like Straulino. Slick hair and bold red lips are as dramatic as ever, but it’s his use of multi-colored collages that takes center stage. Layers of textural paper have been composited onto the images to create a more dynamic and playful edge.”
Isabelle THIRY c/o SHOTVIEW styles the Louis Vuitton special for L’Officiel Hommes. With Californian flare, Fashion Director Isabelle has opted for an intoxicating, saturated color scheme. Shot during golden hour, the wonderfully warm color palette makes a stunning backdrop against the vast open desert. She combines floral t-shirts with trousers rolled up at the ankle, taking us back through the decades. Photos: Jana Geberding.
Fashion Editor Isabelle THIRY styled a retro-inspired editorial for DANSK magazine. 'Manic Mundanity' was photographed by Jana Gerberding with model Lina Berg and takes back to the good old times – among many other beautiful things – impressive room-filling TV sets. Original statement from Shotview: “Isabelle combines the best of vintage fashion from oversized suits to block heels with a more modern twist.”
Michael HEMY c/o SHOTIVEW photographed model Niki Geux out & proud for a March editorial in L’OFFICIEL Italy. SHOTVIEW BERLIN on the editorial: “For the uber-cool L’Officiel Italia March issue, the talented Michael Hemy photographed the beautiful moody Niki Geux in a dynamic and edgy series. With a focus on an all black color palette, stylist Ruth Higginbotham uses clean silhouettes and shapes but with a streetwear edge.” Go & See !
'Femininity and delicacy characterize the latest editorial for HONORE magazine produced by none other than Kira BUNSE c/o SHOTVIEW.' Shotview lets us know and continues: “The talented photographer used white chiffon and silk to accompany the model for this ethereal series.”
“When life is moving, step up. Our New Mexican street-cast talent show you how to do it in designer pieces that make it clear to the world which way you’re headed.” Once again, Alexander Neumann surprises us in his honest approach to capture life on the Mexico City streets. The editorial follows the young, fresh faces of urban Mexico and was shot in the most ordinary of places, bringing a sense of realism to everyday life,” SHOTVIEW BERLIN tells GoSee about the work of its artist Alexander NEUMANN for urban lifestyle magazine FORUMIST's editorial 'Places to Go'. (Styling: Angel Macias, hair: Colin Yeo, make-up: Alejandro Campos, model: Maria Gonzalez).