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‘Get ready for take off! A world of dreams. Where zeppelins, drones and magical outfits are around...’ Extravagantly, with horses, a zeppelin, drones and plenty of attention to detail is precisely how ESTHER HAASE staged the spread ‘Futuristic Fairytale’ for Welt am Sonntag’s Icon Magazine. Posing for her camera were models Emily Liptow and Tim Reimann, who were styled by Silja Lange, with hair & make-up taken care of by Anja El Sawaf c/o les Artists by Josef Stockinger and set design by Hannes Schuller-Manta. Production was in the hands of GoSee Member ADD PICTURES. And CooperCopter has a behind-the-scenes video in store for you.
In a TOMORROW PODCAST, ESTHER HAASE talks about the campaign shoot and about strong women in her fashion shoots. “She creates visual worlds that are unique. Portraits for all eternity. Esther Haase is among the most successful international photographers. She works for style magazines such as ICON, VOGUE India or Vanity Fair Italy; she publishes books and hosts exhibitions worldwide. One of her recurring heartfelt topics : strong women! Which is why she has staged Vivienne Westwood, the legendary Hildegard Knef or Angela Merkel. She already fought for women’s empowerment with her imagery long before it became a political agenda in our society...”
Go&See TOMORROW PODCAST & ESTHER HAASE
07.01.2022 show complete article
For the ICON magazine cover editorial, ESTHER HAASE and her team traveled to the intermediate world. Of course, with all its luxurious splendor : Limousine, airship and plenty of fashion on board. The glamorous beauty looks of the editorial were conjured with hair & make-up by Anja El SAWAF c/o LES ARTISTS by Josef Stockinger. In front of the camera stood Emily Liptow and Tim Reimann.
“Get ready for take off ! Futuristic fairytale for Icon magazine, Welt am Sonntag. Drones, flying handbags, most beautiful looks, fabulous models, spooky and supersized hands, Zeppelins, glam limousines, magic dresses, and a world full of wonders. Thanks to Icon and my amazing team!” Esther Haase
The XXL spread was photographed on the property of Deutsche Museum’s Flugwerft Schleissheim in Munich. Flugwerft Schleißheim, which translates to aircraft hangar, is the first branch museum of Deutsche Museum and was established through efforts in the 1980s to protect historical buildings of the Schleißheim Airport from being demolished. The spread was styled by Silja Lange. We have the making-of film for you including the spread on GoSee.NEWS.
GoSee : deutsches-museum.de/flugwerft-schleissheim & zeppelin-nt.de & les-artists.com
30.11.2021 show complete article