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‘On the Run’ – 7 SEAS PRODUCTIONS produces for photographer Louie Banks and TATLER UK magazine with top model Kim Riekenberg in picturesque snowy Chamonix, France

The legendary TATLER UK magazine banked on the production talent of 7 SEAS PRODUCTIONS for the fashion production presented on GoSee. Inspired by fashion icon Veruschka and unforgettable spreads from the experimental adventures in the sixties, the incredibly sought-after enfant terrible Louie Banks (“Be as loud and as proud as you can”) photographed the glamour of winter 2020 in the French Alps, in Chamonix. Beautiful German model and New York resident Kim Riekenberg made a stunning appearance as a reincarnation of the eternal Veruschka and was styled by Sophie Pera.

7 SEAS PRODUCTIONS: “Snow, The Alps, Chanel and a Siberian Husky, what more could you need? Looking for production support for your next shoot? Call the team at 7 Mountains and go somewhere you have never been!” The après ski fantasy appeared in TATLER UK February 2020.

We have the amazing results from the shoot with the photographer – who according to Chasseur magazine says about his photographic protagonist: “Whoever he chooses to capture, there’s just one requirement: “They must be powerful, fuckable and important” – for you on GoSee. Right this way:
17.03.2020 show complete article


7 Seas Productions teams up with fashion photographer Andreas Ortner to realize an opulent editorial with sustainable fashion for GLAMOUR UK between white mountains of salt in the South of France

Fashion photographer ANDREAS ORTNER presents us the colors of the Fall season - and it’s loud and colorful. He realized the impulsive editorial with Creative Director Dennis Lye for GLAMOUR UK. 7 SEAS found the perfect backdrop to stage the model between mountains of salt and a flamingo pink lake in the South of France.

“The South of France is experiencing a renaissance as a popular location for photo & film productions. Beyond the obvious veneer of style and affluence it typically conveys are a few unexpected location gems, such as the salt marshes of Aigues-Mortes, a medieval city just near Montpellier. 7 Seas recently took Glamour UK there for a powerful editorial shoot with a positive message featuring only sustainable fashion. These images are a celebration of both fashion and nature, showing us the possibilities that fashion can offer when striving for change. The white salt mountains with their flamingo pink lake served as the perfect backdrop for this Earth-loving production. Thanks to all involved for an unforgettable shoot!”

01.10.2019 show complete article


7 Seas Productions produces the ZIMMERMANN Fall campaign with bohemian collection 'Eye Spy' by fashion photographer Benny Horne and Smile Agency in Spain

Australian fashion label ZIMMERMANN stands for elegant romanticism, feminine elegance and attention to detail. 7 SEAS once again had the honor of realizing a production for the Sydney-based brand, which was founded in 1991 by sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann. After Cuba, the shoot took them to the Spanish town of Peratallada, known for its old stone buildings and rutted stone streets. Also on set were fashion photographer Benny Horne and Creative Director Emil Vrisakis from Australian Smile Agency.

7 SEAS was asked once again by Australian luxury label ZIMMERMANN to produce its latest campaign, this time for Fall '19. Hot on the heels of the S/S '19 campaign produced in Cuba, this brief required something more European and medieval, a perfect setting for this bohemian collection entitled 'Eye Spy' full of mystery and fantasy.

The medieval gem Peratallada in Spain´s Catalonia delivered everything that was needed: fields of flowers, cobblestone streets, a romantic castle in ruins, and a general air of whimsy throughout. Zimmermann’s favorite photographer, Benny Horne, was the man behind the lens again along with creative direction from Emil Vrisakis at Bashful, a true team collaboration. Planning your next campaign? Go somewhere you’ve never been with 7 Seas.”
16.08.2019 show complete article