For VOGUE Ukraine, Oliver Ress cast not your run of the mill models Steve Morell and Ellen de Weer, who lend the dark and mysterious editorial its gentle soul. The photographer was Alex Mader, Fashion Editor Priscilla Kwateng was responsible for styling, and Hauke Krause was on set as hair & make-up artist.
Visual Effects: Alex Aikiu c/o SHOTVIEW ARTISTS MANAGEMENT
Art Direction : Moncler
What a Winter Adventure ! Footage by Alex AIKIU c/o SHOTVIEW, music/art direction by MONCLER, hair & make-up by Deki Kazue & Mayia Alleaume. Moncler S.p.A is an Italian apparel manufacturer and lifestyle brand founded in 1952 by René Ramillon most known for its down jackets and sportswear. Moncler took its name from the abbreviation of Monestier-de-Clermont, an Alpine town near Grenoble, France. In 2003, the brand was bought by Italian entrepreneur Remo Ruffini. moncler.com
For the FW '18 collection of iconic Spanish label Desigual, Alex Aikiu was in charge of art direction for an cheerful special called “Share the Power”.
Multi-Talent Alex Aikiu c/o SHOTVIEW styles a fabulous collection for haute couture hat designer Adriana Tous from Barcelona, who, as well as Aikiu, has collaborated with Jean Paul Goude before. adrianatous.com
Antje PETERS c/o SHOTVIEW turns her lens towards people one more time, and now for NUMÉRO Magazine. Unia Pakhomova, the Russian newcomer who has taken the fashion world by storm is the cover star, with Patrick Glatthaar taking care of the glam.
Caroline Mackintosh shoots for Swedish brand &OtherStories in her hometown Berlin. Entitled City Vibes: Berlin Backdrop, this story includes urban elements without being cliche, with refinement and a storytelling appropriate for Berlin’s busy everyday vibe.
It only seems natural that Caroline Mackintosh is responsible for the beautiful photos of sustainable brand Wet the label since a harmonious relationship between humans and their natural environment is an important topic in the works of both collaborators.
Daniel ROCHÉ c/o SHOTVIEW perfectly captured the timeless and sophisticated spirit of MARTIN GRANT for the brand’s S/S '19 lookbook. No wonder it is also the label of choice for HRH the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle, who has recently been spotted clad from head to toe in several Martin Grant looks. martingrantparis.com
Isabelle Thiry returns to H&M Man styling with the latest fall fashion – in classic but modern combinations full of color.
June Nakamoto styled a special editorial for DUEL magazine entitled “Nage Libre” in collaboration with Prada. The at times colorful looks are contrasted with black & white photos by Arthur Delloye, which were all shot near bodies of waters.
June Nakamoto c/o SHOTVIEW styles newcomer Maryna Polkanova for 1nstant in a raw editorial, which captures the model in her natural beauty. Photos by also Paris-based Julia Romanovskaya.
Michael Hemy and other photographers were invited to shoot six different cover stories. Hemy’s editorial includes a 30-page journey across Turkey and was styled by Dogukan Nesanir.
Michael HEMY c/o SHOTVIEW photographed the S/S '19 collection for Luna del Pinal, a new artisanal label created by Gabriela Luna and Corina del Pinal. The brand revolves around the concept of slow fashion and aims to support the indigenous and historical art by employing local artists and craftspeople of Guatemala to create ethical, hand-made garments.
About - LUNA DEL PINAL's story began during a trip to Guatemala where textile designers Gabriela Luna and Corina del Pinal intended to master one of the oldest weaving techniques in the world. Having graduated from Istituto Marangoni and Royal College of Arts, as well as worked at established fashion houses including Gareth Pugh, Christopher Kane, and JW Anderson, Gabriela and Corina wanted to learn backstrap weaving, an ancient art that is central to Guatemalan culture in the production of clothing and textiles. Immersed in the natural surroundings of Xela and other parts of the country, Gabriela and Corina became fascinated by the traditions and artistic heritage of the local community. This tradition of true craftsmanship shaped what they like to define as luxury and also inspired their decision to start LUNA DEL PINAL. lunadelpinal.com
Niki PAULS c/o SHOTVIEW styled a colorful Fall/Winter '18 collection for TOD'S. It is defined by old classics such as loafers and premium leather goods like fanny bags put in a more modern context. Tod's S.p.A., aka Tod's Group, is an Italian company which produces luxury shoes and other leather goods. It is headed by businessman Diego Della Valle. Tod's has numerous shops around the world, including large flagship stores in Europe, the U.S., China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Australia. todsgroup.com
EXHIBITION magazine’s first issue entitled “Blushing” is out, for which Oliver RESS c/o SHOTVIEW chose the most agile cast: The models, wearing Marine Serre all over, are seen climbing into small boxes, among other difficult poses. Bravo!
Oliver RESS c/o SHOTVIEW casts models of color for TWIN Magazine’s 'Body Language' special, which is all about the history and contemporary importance of afro-centric hairsalons in South London.
This year's September cover story of L’Officiel Italy was styled by Raffaella CAMPEGGI c/o SHOTVIEW. The playful looks were shot by Suzie and Leo with model Ling Ling clad in labels the likes of Marine Serre or Marquez Almeida.
Pureness – Alexander STRAULINO c/o SHOTVIEW shoots a studio series starring Aketch Joy Winnie, with make-up by the talented Melanie Schöne and styling by the impeccable Davor Jelusic.
SHOTVIEW proudly announces that it now has the honor of representing filmmaker and photographer Jacob John Harmer. Harmer combines the intimacy of a documentary with natural and yet composed cinematography, which subtly and skilfully adapts to the topic at hand. He has already worked with clients such as Topshop, Nike, I-D, and Mulberry as well as artists such as A$ap Rocky or Sky Ferreira. More of his projects are now available at shotview.com//jacobjohnharmer!