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Sabine Duerichen photographs the image campaign & lookbook for BLUE SEVEN in the Skyloftstudio Munich and on the beach near Lisbon

Sabine Duerichen c/o Kristina Korb GmbH photographed once again the BLUE SEVEN collection. The image campaign and the lookbook is chock full of newborns, kids, teens and adults, and was produced in Lisbon and in Munich's SKYLOFTSTUDIO. The result: Trendy fashion combined with a cool backdrop with both kids and adults, who have fun on set. “A big thank you goes to the entire team for a successful production,” says the photographer. Curious to see more from Sabine Duerichen? sabineduerichen.de
15.05.2017 // show complete article

BLUE SEVEN S/S 2017 collection for kids and adults for Baschnegger Ammann Partner photographed by Sabine Duerichen c/o KRISTINA KORB

On the picturesque coast of Portugal and in Lisbon, Sabine Duerichen photographed for the client BLUE SEVEN the Spring/Summer 2017 collection for mini kids, kids, teens and adults. The first photo production in Munich took place in May. More than 120 little models with a talent for acting were casted for the KIDS lookbook, which was staged by renowned fashion photographer Sabine Duerichen.

Creative input came from the agency BAP, Baschnegger Ammann Partner, which is responsible for the tailor-made redesign of the entire communication line – from the lookbooks and the website to the ads and POS design.

Photo production and support of the team was taken care of by Lucky Ju, with styling of the little models by Heike Lohse and hair & make-up by Carina Kristandt. The next productions are already full underway. In the fashion world, Fall/Winter of 2017 is already around the corner.
22.11.2016 // show complete article

KÄTHE KRUSE image campaign by Sabine Duerichen c/o KRISTINA KORB

Sabine Duerichen realized the new image campaign for the client KÄTHE KRUSE in her Munich rental studio in the year 2017 in her studio in Munich. KÄTHE KRUSE – just awarded “Brand of the Century” – is taking a new path with a complete relaunch of print and online media. In collaboration with the photographer and her team, a completely natural image spread was created.

The elaborately handmade dolls were played with and cared for by the girls all day long. In the end, all of the puppet-lovers fell in love with "Leni" (from the film “Der geilste Tag” with Florian David Fitz). The company's history goes back to 1911, when Käthe Kruse received her first order and began serial production of her handmade dolls in her Berlin apartment.
22.11.2016 // show complete article