Gabrielle THEURER c/o BASICS BERLIN accompanied the cast of the new AmazonPrime series BEAT for the ICON magazine cover shoot. From a woolly 80's hairdo for Karoline Herfurth to little devil's horns for Anna Bederke, Gabrielle Theurer underscored the looks by Peggy Schuller with her expressive make-up. Even to go with the black coat, with which you'd get into Berghain no problem at all, Gabrielle Theurer found the perfect BEAT for the spread with the grooming of Alexander Fehling, who plays the lead role in the crime series. The editorial was photographed by Kristian Schuller. Read all about the interview, the spread and the work of Gabrielle from basics.berlin now in ICON or on welt.de:
There is a "Hornbach factor" in German advertising: Everyone looks when Hornbach launches a new campaign together with their favorite agency Heimat. The two of them have meanwhile realized over 50 together in their more than 17-year, ongoing cooperation. Doreen REGEL c/o BASICS.BERLIN has also been part of it for several years as a stylist and outfitter. The spread was photographed by MARKUS MUELLER, and more is available in the profile of Doreen on basics.berlin.
A real large-scale project for basics.berlin! Kathleen A. was responsible for props, Ha Nink took care of styling, and Tina Fischbach took care of hair, make-up & grooming. The motifs were shot by Chris Noltekuhlmann for VW. The campaign promotes mobile online services. The production of the campaign not only demonstrates what it means to have a close connection between colleagues but also how it is reflected in their work. "Kudos to Kathleen, Tina and Ha!" says BASICS.BERLIN.
Andreas Knaub photographed model Tara for ZALANDO. The simplicity of the individual looks is reflected in the make-up Katharina HANDEL c/o BASICS BERLIN conjured onto the model's face with delicate brushstrokes.
Sustainability is what J'N'C magazine is all about this week, for which Katharina HANDEL was responsible for hair & make-up on the cover. 'The Magic of Future Fabrics' is the editorial staged by photographer Andreas Knaub. "Katharina Handel accentuated the delicate complexion of model Tilda Bok so ideally that it actually flows together with the fabrics." BASICS tells us. Take a look at the new issue of J'N'C; here is the link: jnc-net.de/de/magazine/current-issue
Responsible streetwear with a green conscience. BASICS.BERLIN's new H&M entry Ana BUVINIC was in Barcelona for RECOLUTION to realize the Web campaign on location, which was photographed by Julian Essink. "True to the RECOLUTION slogan 'Wear Your Attitude', Ana recently started at basics.berlin and succeeded in taking her first steps with us – with her keen sense for clients and confidence in her work. We are delighted that you are now part of our team!" goes the original statement from BASICS. Want to get a first impression of her work? It's this way:basics.berlin//ana-buvinic