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Shop • Yves BORGWARDT c/o WILDFOX RUNNING photographs model Jamilla Hoogenboom for the latest INA BEISSNER 2020 Jewelry campaign

07.07.2020 • Ina Beissner was born in Lima, Peru, in 1980. Her mother is Dominican, and her father is German. Growing up in Latin America and Germany, her multicultural roots inspire her work and art. She designs captivating jewelry and graceful, feminine pieces for modern, elegant women. Ina Beissner holds a degree in fashion design from the ESMOD Berlin International Academy of Fashion. After working at SAI SO in Berlin, she went on to study jewelry design at the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) in Milan. In 2010, she launched her jewelry label INA BEISSNER in Berlin, presenting her first collection in the German and French capitals in 2011. This was followed by a fine jewelry line in 2015.

Yves BORGWARDT c/o WILDFOX RUNNING photographs model Jamilla Hoogenboom for the latest INA BEISSNER 2020 Jewelry campaign. GoSee:

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Shop • THE LISSOME & ‘Spring in Isolation' – personal work by photographer Sabrina THEISSEN c/o AK/KRUSE

01.07.2020 • AK/KRUSE: “ When asked by The Lissome to reveal her longest-lasting, most treasured, and most cared for item in her closet, Sabrina answered with a picture of a crocheted shawl passed on to her by her mother on her daughters skin. Proving not only her talent in making the best out of challenging situations, but also the ability to create delicate images in tough times, beauty, fashion and portrait specialist Sabrina Theissen shot this series with her daughter while isolated in Berlin…”

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Shop • AK/KRUSE presents : Stephan Abry - Flowers and Vegetables

30.06.2020 • Working between Paris and Hamburg for over 25 years, still life photographer Stephan ABRY c/o AK/KRUSE didn’t stand still in times of lockdown and brings out the beauty of flowers and vegetables in his studio in Hamburg.

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Shop • GoSee loves : Janet Holmes – Nest Rescued Chickens at Home – appearing at KEHRER PUBLISHING

24.06.2020 • How do we decide which animals are family and which are food? Why are we surprised to see a rooster gazing out the kitchen window or a hen studying herself in the mirror? After all, chickens are present in many homes, as flesh and eggs, but not as individuals with personalities of their own.

In early 2017, photographer Janet Holmes met a hen suffering from reproductive illness at the Wild Bird Fund in New York City, where she volunteered as a caregiver. During her search to find a permanent home for the hen, Holmes discovered a network of people (primarily women) who turn their homes into sanctuaries for rescued chickens. Her portraits of the chickens and their rescuers honor both the birds who had suffered so much before their rescue and the people who invested so much love, time, and money caring for them.

Janet Holmes: “I have always loved animals, but for many years I was afraid to get involved with rescuing them because I couldn’t face the heartbreak. I was almost fifty when I finally acknowledged that animals needed me more than I needed to be comfortable. And so I began...

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