News // 14 News by Patrick Schwalb
For the Swiss magazine FACES, PATRICK SCHWALB photographed the editorial ‘Artstadt’. At his side was stylist Markus Galic, who developed the concept of the spread and put together the styles. Hair & makeup of model Natalia Napieralska were in the hands of Josephine Winter.
Polish beauty Natalia made a stunning appearance previously in Vogue, but she has also sparked the interest of print publications such as Elle or Vanity Fair.
“We pooled our resources : Several art clubs and other contributors from the creative industry moved into the former Karstadt Sport building on Mönckebergstraße, directly at the Hauptbahnhof railway station.” ARTSTADT was a temporary gallery in the old Karstadt Sport building near Hamburg’s main railway station and stood for five floors full of hidden champions of the Hamburg creative industry.
GoSee : artstadt.com & patrickschwalb.com
13.04.2023 show complete article
Fashion photographer PATRICK SCHWALB staged the latest menswear for his client MEY & EDLICH on location in Berlin.
German men’s fashion label MEY & EDLICH, founded in 1870 in Leipzig and originally specialized in laundering fabrics, has been a part of the Walbusch Group since 2004 and stands for durable quality with stylish sustainable designs. MEY & EDLICH offers a curated assortment in which each piece of clothing has its own story to tell. Mey & Edlich began, by the way, as the first German mail-order company – long before the internet had even been thought of.
Following the relaunch of the brand, Walbusch has been offering high-quality business- and leisurewear, above all for younger customers, under the name of Mey & Edlich since 2007. The new mail-order company is headquartered once again on Ernst-Mey-Straße 1a – a street named after the founder as early as October 1888 – in the building purchased by Ernst Mey in 1885 but not used by the company itself from 1953 to 2006. Business, from purchasing and sales, to the call center and management, is conducted completely from Solingen, the distribution center of Walbusch.
Standing in front of the camera of Patrick Schwalb was male model Clayton Pyle. Creative Director on set was Torsten Gatterdam, Naja Freund took care of styling, and Dirk Neuhofer was responsible for grooming. Production was in the hands of Shelter, Berlin.
GoSee : mey-edlich.de & patrickschwalb.com
06.01.2023 show complete article
Patrick SCHWALB realized a fashion story for Italian LATEST MAG in Hamburg’s Highnoon Studios. Sabine Maack, Creative Directress of the advertising agency BMH, developed the concept. Makeup of the models was put on by Tobias Binderberger c/o BIGOUDI, and Kalle Hildinger was responsible for the styles.
28.09.2022 show complete article