Charlie Bennet c/o Agent Molly&Co photographed the flower collection for jewelry label VitaFede. "Introducing the Vita Fede Floralist. An exquisite union of handcrafted jewelry and handpicked flowers, delivered directly to your doorstep in Manhattan. Flowers arranged and sourced with love by our friends and floral experts at Ariston Florist."
Vita Fede was launched in Los Angeles in 2007 by Cynthia Sakai and offers timeless luxury designs with that feminine touch. Vita Fede stands for life & faith Made in Italy by hand in a fusion of Asian, American and European culture.
The products of beauty label Victor Vaissier, founded 1889 in Paris, combine clear-cut design with fine ingredients. Magnus Cramer c/o AgentMolly&Co staged the new product range. Styling was taken care of by Cecilia Tivar c/o Agent Molly&Co. He also photographed product stills for skincare expert Laura Mercier.
Photographer Charlie Drevstam and Swedish chef Tommy Myllymäki collaborated on a book project all about soups – we have a few appetizers for you here on GoSee, and more is available via AGENT MOLLY&CO.
Swedish photographer and director Fredrik Skogkvist is now represented by Agent Molly&Co. His clients include Absolut Vodka, Adidas, Acne, Audi, AVAVAV, AW. Bauer, Björn Borg, Carin Wester, Contributor magazine, Cover Man, Diesel, Domus, Dockers, Esquire magazine, Filippa K, GQ, Havas, H&M, Levi's Red Tab, Muro, Nike, Oriflame, Robyn, Rolling Stone magazine, Ropewalk Studio, Swedish House Mafia, The Last magazine, Tiger, Urbanears, Volvo, Vogue, Whyred... And GoSee has a glimpse at his portfolio and a description of his work for you.
"Curiosity. Few words might better describe what drives Fredrik Skogkvist's photography. Amazed by the richness of the world, Fredrik tends to leave no stone unturned in his restless pursuit for beauty and joy in the seemingly mundane. There's a rare sense of permissiveness about Fredrik's photography, an acceptance of people and things as they are. He doesn't judge what he sees. This lends a kind of raw honesty to his images.
Fredrik's natural inclination to leave his preconceptions about the world at the door has taken him to very interesting places. It has enabled him to encounter a variety of colorful, fascinating people. It accounts for the raw, energetic sense of surprise that you find in his images. His attention to detail that expresses the personality of a person or a place is uncanny. Whether portraying Sri Lankan surfers or street vendors in Chicago, Fredrik always avoids the pitfall of the generic. Both familiar and strange, it's like you've met the people he portrays before but can't remember where."
Photographer Philip Karlberg and foodstylist Karin Bohlin – both c/o Agent Molly & Co – present the news from their food portfolios here on GoSee.