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Editorial • 'After Surf' LISE ANNE MARSAL photographs an atmospheric editorial in Biarritz for French GALA

16.08.2017 • In surfer paradise Biarritz, Parisian photographer shot the gypsy-style story 'After Surf' for French GALA. In front of her camera stood Tristan Vannes and Jonne c/o WOMEN (styling: Nathalie Baumgartner, hair: Sandrine Garcia, make-up: Sandrine Garcia). Production was in the hands of Audrey Mieyeville, with post production by Almedin Kramo.


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Editorial • Landscape & fashion photography in LEICA S magazine photographed by Benjamin KAUFMANN c/o ROCKENFELLER & GÖBELS

15.08.2017 • Benjamin KAUFMANN c/o ROCKENFELLER & GÖBELS is sponsored by Leica and has recently presented his first works with the new Leica equipment in S magazine for which he let his combined passion for landscape & fashion photography run wild on Iceland.


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Editorial • 'We Are all Liars' – the unadulterated cover of NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC by Manuel PANDALIS c/o Double T Photographers

09.08.2017 • NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC chose a photo from the 'Pure' series by Manuel PANDALIS c/o Double T Photographers for the advertising posters for the issue 06/2017. But faces without make-up do not meet the unvarnished truth here because the topic of the issue is 'Why we lie' and the truth is so hard for us


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Editorial • Aqua make-up in VOGUE Brazil – with photos by Fernando GOMEZ c/o PAM-MIRJAM BÖHM

09.08.2017 • For the latest issue of VOGUE Brazil, beauty photographer Fernando GOMEZ staged the spread shown on GoSee. The fresh Aqua make-up was conjured up by Rosa Matilla, and in front of Fernando's camera, charming Indira skillfully held her breath.


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Editorial • Star photographer Rankin stages everyday objects in an unusual way for INTERIO - concept & realization byFASHIONCOMMUNICATIONS

09.08.2017 • The agency FashionCommunications already realized a special project with its interior client INTERIO last year. They had everyday objects staged unusually by star photographer Rankin. Instead of obvious beauty features, the photographer always shifts the focus more on the uniqueness of his motifs. He also remained true to this particular style in the collaboration with INTERIO, for whose campaign he staged five normally simple everyday objects such as cups, vases and pots. The campaign demonstrates impressively how everyone can give their interiors a kind of "uniqueness" with a their personal touch.


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