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MYTHERESA x LOEWE – the Summer collection in modern imagery Daniel BENSON c/o MAKING PICTURES

London coolness meets Spanish craftsmanship. The MYTHERESA x LOEWE collection was photographed by Daniel BENSON c/o MAKING PICTURES.

The prestigious label LOEWE was founded in 1846 as a merger of multiple leather craftsmen in Madrid, until German entrepreneur Enrique Loewe Rossberg united all of the artisans under one name. In 1970, the logo was created and still adorns the accessories of the collection to this day. Since 2013, Jonathan Anderson has been responsible for the Loewe designs – and for the international success of the brand, according to Mytheresa.
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PUSS PUSS MAGAZINE – Valentino special by still life specialist Tais SIROTE c/o MAKING PICTURES for the ‘Beautiful Mind’ issue⁠

Tais SIROTE c/o MAKING PICTURES photographed a Valentino special for PUSS PUSS MAGAZINE’s ‘The Beautiful Mind’ issue. Whether bright satin or matte velvet – the multifaceted textures of the lipstick collection from Rosso Valentino offer a refillable world full of color. Tais staged the products with a modern look & feel.

Since it was founded, the magazine has had a keen interest in China and its culture, and celebrated the first PUSS PUSS CHINA issue for the Chinese market only a few weeks ago.

Further thrilling conceptional works by Tais are available via GoSee and MAKING PICTURES.
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‘Chinatown’ – an inspiring stroll through North America’s third-largest Chinatown with photographer Grant HARDER c/o MAKING PICTURES

‘Chinatown’ is the continuous personal project of Grant HARDER c/o MAKING PICTURES, which we present you here on GoSee.

Founded already in the 1890s, Vancouver’s Chinatown has charmed visitors for more than a century with its lively colors, exotic cuisine and spirited culture of traditional bakeries, dim-sum restaurants and cocktail bars. On the shelves of traditional pharmacies are glasses filled with ginseng and dried fish. Food stores with living seafood and exotic vegetables are located right next door to hip fashion shops. 

Vancouver’s Chinese population originally left home to work in the local mines and build the Trans-Canada Railway. The region east of the downtown area so steeped in history with its rich architecture is home to North America’s third-largest Chinatown after New York and San Francisco.

Grant HARDER is a Vancouver-based photographer. When photographing portraits, environments and still life, Grant prefers to meet his subject matter, often literally, at the point where human existence intersects with nature. Grant looks for calm, quiet and honest moments that reflect how he sees the world of light, shadow and form, always working from a place of respect and appreciation for others and the planet. Grant lives with his wife and two children in Vancouver, BC. When he is not working, Grant enjoys camping with his family and sleeping in the pop-top of the family VW – but the van is usually with his mechanic so this does not happen nearly as often as he would like.
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