“And the list of high-profile Zalando collaborators doesn’t stop. After getting rapper A$AP Rocky to perform at their Bread & Butter fashion festival last summer, the fashion retail giant has once again dug deep into its marketing pockets and has also got the stylish rapper on board for their new Spring/Summer 2017 women’s fashion campaign. GlamPR produced in collaboration with art + commerce the print portion with super shooter Kai Z Feng, featuring top models Jourdan Dunn, Andreea Diaconu, Kris Gottschalk, and Julia Nobis. Thank you Zalando for this fun assignment,” the team from GLAMPR says about its collaboration with ZALANDO, the result of which they are delighted to present you here on GoSee.
Conor Anthony McGregor, Irish MMA fighter at the UFC, stood in front of the camera of Thomas Whiteside for GQ STYLE. GLAMPR was the production company responsible for the shoot: “GlamPR had the honor of working with celebrity shooter Thomas Whiteside/Eiger Agency, capturing Irish MMA fighter Conor McGregor for the spring issue of GQ Style. Produced on one of downtown LA's artsy rooftops, Conor had fun with fashion and his cars. The 28-year-old fighter oozes confidence, but where does it come from? “It’s all in the nutsack,” he reveals. “…I just have confidence that comes from my big ball sack, and I know when I smack you, you’re going down. And that’s it.”
Director: Radek Wojcik
DOP: Jeremiah Pitman
Creative Director: Rory O'Conor
Styling: Gillian Willkins
Hair: Tamara Mcnaughton
Make-up: Kristina Brown
“In collaboration with Connect the Dots, GlamPR produced for adidas/Stella McCartney the video portion of the new image campaign. Agency Made Thought created fun new imagery for the successful brand. Produced in Venice Beach, California – where working out is always in fashion,” says the GLAMPR team about the latest campaign, which it presents you here on GoSee. Part of it all were Director Radek Wojcik, DOP Jeremiah Pitman, Creative Director Rory O'Conor, Stylist Gillian Willkins, Hair Artist Tamara Mcnaughton, with make-up by Kristina Brown.