25.05.2011  •  Agencies NEWS


Cameralink, Stockholm : LA RINASCENTE campaign, understatement at ACNE, BIK BOK Summer 2011, VOGUE LIVING Australia, under colours of BENETTON, SJÖÖ SANDSTRÖM, RAMLÖSA water, MOISELLE, NK KOSMETIK plus film and PUB

Martin VALLIN shot the campaign for Milanese department store LA RINASCENTE, where Giorgio Armani once began his career.

Magus MAGNUSSON photographed the new ACNE collection with plenty of leather, sequins and classic Swedish understatement.

Annika ASCHBERG shot the BIK BOK Summer 2011 campaign under the Moroccan sun. Models Josefine, ELLEN Danes c/o MD MANAGEMENT and Alex Spencer posed for her camera. Hairstylist Agnes Marie Gulbrandsen was also on set.

The cover of Australian edition VOGUE LIVING May/June 2011 presents the interior wonders of British design icon Ilse Crawford – as photographed by Magnus MÅRDING.

Under colours of BENETTON. Jimmy BACKIUS photographed the famous Italian brand’s hot, hot swimwear in a series of hot, hot shots.

SJÖÖ SANDSTRÖM’s timepieces are renowned for their exclusivity and high quality. John SCARISBRICK photographed the current image campaign with intimate close-ups. Ellen af Geijerstam took care of the styling.

When art and beauty meet, John is usually close by. He shot photos and a short film for NK KOSMETIK’s new make-up trends. Linda Öhrström (make-up) and Dejan Cekanovic (hairstyling) let their creativity flow to the soundtrack of El Perro Del Mar ‘Let Me In’. Watch the video on GoSee Film.

Jens MORTENSEN realised a project for RAMLÖSA – one of Sweden’s most famous mineral waters. It stems from the Ramlösa in the south of Sweden, by Helsingborg.

High-end fashion label MOISELLE commissioned Hasse NIELSEN to shoot their Spring/Summer collection.

Children’s birthday?! In his NK shoot, Thomas KLEMENTSSON united childish party fun with grown-up presents – and captured their obvious joy (oh, oh!).

PUB is a large department store in Stockholm, which is located in the city centre and is named after founder Paul Urban Bergström (1860-1934). Denise GRÜNSTEIN produced a new representative image with set designer Sahara Widoff.