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JPPS PHOTO PRODUCTION : produces the FALABELLA x PACO RABANNE cooperation with male model Adam Sordes in Paris

The producers from JPPS welcomed famous Chilean department store FALABELLA in Paris to shoot the PACO RABANNE campaign together with male model Adam Sordes, for which several beautiful outdoor locations were scouted. The interior motifs were realized in the Paris Pin-Up studios of Gustavo Zylbersztajn.

On the wonderful job, JPPS Paris was in charge of scouting the locations, putting together the local crew and supporting production as well as bookings. Styling: Roberto Torres. FALABELLA Department stores are located in Chile, Argentina, Colombia, and Peru, and the firm states the following market shares in its represented product categories:  22% in Chile, 19% in Peru, 7% in Colombia and 1% in Argentina.

About - Falabella is a multinational chain of department stores owned by Chilean multinational company S.A.C.I. Falabella and is the largest South American department store. The company was founded by by Italian-Chilean immigrant Salvatore Falabellain in 1889. In its original form, it was a tailor shop which has today become the largest retail chain in South America. Expansion of the company began in the 1960s with the launch the first store outside of Santiago. In the 2000s, celebrities appearing in ads included Cecilia Bolocco, Valeria Mazza, Juanes, Kate Moss, Gisele Bündchen, and even Ricky Martinfalabella.com
22.05.2018 // show complete article

 
Actress Audrey Marnay is the cover star of Russian HARPER'S BAZAAR in April 2018, photographed in the middle of Paris by Agata Pospieszynska – with production support from JPPS, Paris

French actress Audrey Marnay (who appeared in Monuments Men) started her career as a model. At the age of 14, she decided that it was time to do so. And she made the right decision: at 15, her face already adorned the first campaigns as her way to the top began. Today, little more than 20 years later, she is the mother of three children, married to actor Virgile Bramly and is more sought after than ever. She is now the cover star of HARPER'S BAZAAR Russia, as photographed by Agata Pospieszynska in a beautiful estate with a private garden – located in the middle of Paris. The spread was produced by the Paris specialists from JPPS. The MIU MIU total look styling came from Svetlana Vashenyak, with make-up by Dariia Day and hair by Caroline Bufalini. It was produced in cooperation with StarDust Production Moscow.
19.04.2018 // show complete article

 
French designer Jerome Dreyfuss shares his favorite places with you in the uber-hip & happening Paris district Marais – the JPPS Video Production for 'Dropped Pins by THE OUTNET' for you on GoSee

In the latest DROPPED PINS web series by THE OUTNET, French designer Jerome Dreyfuss shares his favorite places in the Marais quarter in Paris. JPPS was in charge of locations, coordination & on-set production.With a career spanning almost 20 years, we consider design genius Jérôme Dreyfuss to be French fashion royalty. Jérôme moved to Paris at age 17 and worked with many of the greats, including Givenchy and Hervé Léger, before launching his much-loved namesake line in 1998. Dreyfuss is married to the Paris style icon Isabel Marant. 

Since its launch in April 2009 by THE NET-A-PORTER GROUP, THE OUTNET.COM has established itself as the go-to destination for the global style-conscious shopper. With new arrivals every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, shopping at THE OUTNET is guaranteed to take your style to the next level! theoutnet.com & theoutnet.com///jerome-dreyfuss

About - Jérôme Dreyfuss was born in Nancy in 1974. He moved to Paris at the age of 17 to study fashion at l'École Esmode, but left three months later to undertake a work placement at John Galliano. Jérôme launched his debut womenswear collection, Couture à Porter, in 1998, when he was just 23 years old. Bold and elegant, with a quirky sense of humor, it placed the young Paris-based designer firmly on the fashion map and prompted the press to pronounce him, “The enfant terrible of French fashion”. jerome-dreyfuss.com
21.03.2018 // show complete article