Spanish brand, UTERQÜE, shot its 2018 Fall/Winter launch campaign in Paris with photographer Ben Morris and PRODUCTION PARIS at his side. Ben Morris shot day and night for the brand new F/W '18 campaign entitled “Stuck in Paris”. Uterqüe explores the description of Paris as the ‘most magical spot in the universe’ as it launches its new vivacious and colorful Fall/Winter Collection. Ben Morris’ imagery tackles the transition from day to night and, along with his use of locations, he brings the clothes to life. Locations and production by PRODUCTION PARIS (Production Berlin Group).
Uterqüe was set up in 2008 with a clear goal: to restore accessories to their rightful place in women's wardrobes. It is a Latin word that means "one thing and the other"or "both", and which nicely sums up the philosophy that accessories are the perfect complement to a well-rounded look. Uterqüe is a recently created brand of the Inditex group, global leader in fashion design and distribution, a Spanish business group internationally present in more than 70 markets and comprising eight chains: Zara, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Zara Home, Stradivarius, Pull and Bear, Oysho, and Uterqüe, which together have more than 7.500 points of sale worldwide. uterque.com///stuck-in-paris
Janicza Bravo’s cinematography and David Abrahams' photography capture American playwright Jeremy O. Harris for GQ x Gucci.
Director: Janicza Bravo
Client: Gucci x GQ
Production: Production Berlin
Usage: November 2018
featuring: Jeremy O. Harris
Janicza Bravo’s cinematography and David Abrahams' photography capture American playwright Jeremy O. Harris for GQ x GUCCI. In this newest edition of the short film ‘The Performers’ for GQ and Gucci, created as a collaboration between Janizca Bravo and Jeremy O. Harris, we see Harris strolling around Berlin wearing pieces from Gucci’s latest men’s collection and executing the humorous and politically charged script the duo co-wrote. We are told how Harris’ work is driven by a desire to expand cultural representations and inclusivity in the world of theatre. With a soundtrack by Moses and images by David Abrahams to go with the film, Harris adds how Berlin was the understandable choice of location: “Berlin has a recognition of responsibility of a dark past, and a safeguarding of progressivism and inclusion.”.Produced by PRODUCTION BERLIN. GoSee the story: gq.com//introducing-jeremy-o-harris-the-theater-worlds-vital-new-voice and jeremyoharris.me
MANGO goes on a trip to Scotland with model and charming entrepreneur Jeanne Damas, and Sean Thomas has a blast documenting it all. Sean Thomas follows Jeanne Damas as she is guided across Edinburgh, Scotland. From town and streets to highlands and lakes to beaches and lobster shacks, MANGO shows us the quirky experience of a true Parisian discovering Scotland for the first time. With Thomas directing and documenting the trip, we’re shown every angle, giggle and shock. As we watch the film and look at the images, it’s as though we have direct access to the vision through Jeanne’s own eyes, her own lens. What better way to launch the Fall/Winter '18/19 campaign than in the depths of chilly Scotland with a notoriously stylish woman and her pure sense of adventure? Produced by PRODUCTION PARIS (Production Berlin Group). Please GoSee the film here: shop.mango.com/vn/women/edits/a-trip-with-jeanne-damas
Star photographers Mert and Marcus enchanted the readers of VOGUE Italia in September with their breathtaking photos and the beautiful spot to go with them. On fantastically surreal sets, the duo celebrates the supernatural beauty of being in magnificent colors on female creatures who don't seem to be from this world. The 'Paradiso' art world is inspired by a short extract written by Christophe Ono-dit-Biot. The photos and film were produced by Production Paris (Production Berlin Group).
"The photos are coupled with a film that grants a cinematic scale, thus giving the tale an edge. The story leads us to a ‘Fool’s Paradise’, and the visuals bring this ordeal to life as the women try their best to reach The Eye in the Sky." PRODUCTION PARIS lets us know. Top models Guinevere Van Seenus, Saskia De Brauw, Vittoria Ceretti and her Majesty Lily Cole were styled by Marie Chaix for the spread entitled ‘Fool’s Paradise’. Hair: Paul Hanlon, make-up: Thomas De Kluyver and produced by Production Paris (Production Berlin Group). vogue.it/moda////paradiso-video-mert-and-marcus
About - Production Paris is a full-service production company based in Paris and part of the Production Berlin Group. Established in 2012, Production Paris has produced countless successful productions for fashion advertising and editorials since its foundation, repeatedly sourcing exciting and new locations both in Paris and internationally. In conjunction with other Production Berlin Group offices, we can offer an array of services of the highest standard and support all necessities for your photo or video shoot no matter the location.
Chris Colls brings us the ultimate haute couture shoot for V Magazine's V116 Winter 2018 issue: “Women in Love” by photographer Chris Colls and styled by Sarajane Hoare brings Haute Couture back to the forefront and back to its home, Paris. Colls’ photography is coupled with the most desired haute couture silhouettes in the classic city that matches the high-fashion scene. The images combine the traditional Parisian architecture, streets and clothing designs to deliver a provocative and stylish result.
CREDITS: MAKE-UP: STÉPHANE MARAIS (L’ATELIER NYC) HAIR: LAURENT PHILIPPON (CALLISTE AGENCY), MODELS: ALEXANDRA AGOSTON (IMG), OTHILIA SIMON (DNA), PRODUCER: PHILIPPE SAINT-GILLES, PRODUCTION COORDINATOR: JULIA ZERVOS, PHOTO ASSISTANTS: DANIIL ZAIKIN, HUGO FAZI, STYLIST ASSISTANTS: WOJTEK VAN PORTEK, PAULINE MOSCONI vmagazine.com//women-in-love
Mr Porter released a collection containing its 14 favorite contemporary French brands that are on a need-to-know basis. The collection captured Mr Porter’s essence of France to a T as the images were shot along the streets of Paris. The idea behind the new summer collection was to offer a window into the current mood of French style: from reworked workwear, classic Parisian charm to new versions of the golden-oldie styles. The collection featured new designs from long-time collaborators as well as ‘new-to-us’ brands. The Vive La France capsules covered the full spectrum of the modern male wardrobe, from contemporary, street-wise tailoring to Riviera-worthy shirts, shoes and accessories. Produced by Production Paris (Production Berlin Group). GoSee: mrporter.com/mens//vive_la_france
Tyler, the Creator, born on 6 March 1991 in Los Angeles, California – aka Tyler Gregory Okonma – is an American rapper and producer from Los Angeles. He is the front man the alternative hip hop collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (OFWGKTA) and very close friends with Jaden Smith, the son of Will Smith. Mark Anthony Green interviewed Tyler, the Creator for the GQ Fall issue, for which photos were shot by Matthieu Venot. The cover shoot was produced by Production Paris (Production Berlin Group) in Paris.
"As Green and Tyler discuss his development and change over the years as an artist, Venot’s imagery complements the discussion of evolution as his photography finds color in otherwise drab locations. The Hôtel Molitor and the Pierre and Marie Curie University Campus in Paris transcend the reader to LA or Miami-esque locations through Venot’s eye for color and geometry." PRODUCTION PARIS tells GoSee and continues: "This ability to find something new and exciting parallels to the answers Tyler gives about music and its evolution as well as discussions about love, hatred and relationships." We have the cover for you on GoSee.