Marco TRUNZ c/o Sonja Heintschel

News // 4 News of Marco TRUNZ


27.11.2018 // show complete article

IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
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IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
Streetwear spread in JNC magazine – photographed by Marco TRUNZ c/o SONJA HEINTSCHEL

In New York, Marco TRUNZ c/o SONJA HEINTSCHEL photographed models Yvens Mendes and Jung Siik for a streetwear fashion spread in JNC magazine. Styling: Alexander Huber. Creative direction: Thorsten Osterberger.
13.07.2018 // show complete article

IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
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ESCADA, C&A & fashion story with model Ansolet, photographed by Marco TRUNZ c/o Sonja Heintschel

Marco TRUNZ realized an image shoot for ESCADA, which was photographed for C&A on the topic of "Abiball" and shot a personal fashion story with model Ansolet in Cape Town.
04.04.2018 // show complete article

IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
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IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
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IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
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GOLPIRA - Marco TRUNZ c/o SONJA HEINTSCHEL photographed the sustainably produced gold jewelry from designer Gisa Golpira

Designer Gisa Golpira moved to the rainforest with her mother to look for gold. In second grade, Gisa Golpira moved back to Germany. Since 2014, she has designed jewelry for which she uses her mother's fair trade gold. The latest motifs of the beautiful and sustainable jewelry were photographed by Marco TRUNZ c/o SONJA HEINTSCHEL.

We read on the website: "Founder and designer of 'Golpira' Gisa Golpira, was born in Germany and raised for a couple of years in the rainforest of South America because her mother worked as a gold digger. A squirrel monkey became Gisa's …
03.03.2018 // show complete article

IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL
IMAGE // SONJA HEINTSCHEL