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Hot training session in Kenya - Andreas KOCK c/o CAMERALINK shoots the sport special for CAFÉ Magazine

For the new issue of Swedish CAFÈ magazine, Andreas KOCK went to KENYA to shoot a sporty training special in a dreamlike savanna with the British male model Sam Webb. We have a few of the sporty motifs for you on GoSee.
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RANDOLPH Stockholm shows the dark side of knitwear - campaign photos by Ewa-Marie RUNDQUIST c/o CAMERALINK

The Swedish knitwear label RANDOLH focuses their current campaign on the color black – for sweaters, tops and dresses. Photographer Ewa-Marie RUNDQUIST shot the motifs with model Fredrika Larsson and worked also with stylist Amanda JOHANSSON c/o LINKDETAILS. Art director was Mats Fridehäll.

About - Randolph Stockholm Stripped down and feminine, elegant and timeless, functional and comfortable - Cashmere knits and easy-to-wear jersey staples - Everyday luxury essentials. The fashion label, launched 2010 by Marianne Randolph, one of two founders of, and RA in, WERA Stockholm, offers new and updated styles from the original WERA concept sold at NK Trend 1991-2004.
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This August at IKEA: the interior collection 'Sinnerlig' by Ilse Crawford. The preview for you up front by photographer Felix ODELL c/o CAMERALINK on GoSee

The British designer Ilse Crawford designed a collection of 30 different furniture and living accessories for IKEA, made of natural materials like bamboo, cork, brass, and ceramics. The preview of the collection titled 'Sinnerlig' was photographed by Felix ODELL. However, interior fans must be patient: the designer pieces are not available before August, 2015.

About - STUDIOILSE. Ilse Crawford is a designer, academic and creative director with a simple mission to put human needs and desires at the centre of all that she does. As founder of Studioilse, together with her multi-disciplinary, London-based team, she brings her philosophy to life. This means creating environments where humans feel comfortable; public spaces that make people feel at home and homes that are habitable and make sense for the people who live in them. It means designing furniture and products that support and enhance human behaviour and actions in everyday life. It means restoring the human balance in brands and businesses that have lost their way. As founder of the department of Man and Wellbeing at the Design Academy Eindhoven, her mission extends to nurturing a new generation of students to always question why and how their work improves the reality of life.
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