‘Knitted Camouflage’ is the name of the project by JOSEPH FORD, with which he won Gold in the category ART at the GoSeeAWARDS and thrilled the jurors. For the project, he photographs models who seemingly disappear in their surroundings. He is aided in this by specially knitted sweaters created by knitting expert Nina Dodd, which imitate the look of the background. The winning project just appeared as an illustrated book entitled ‘Invisible Jumpers’ at Hoxton Press, and selected images from ‘Knitted Camouflage’ can now be purchased in his GoSeeSHOP.
“I love optical illusions, whether it be with changing scales or with blending objects together. With this series, I have worked on matching people to their landscapes through custom-made knitwear. Each of these pictures has taken me weeks to research and plan, and I’ve given the knitter, Nina Dodd, a precise brief on exactly how the design should match the background. She has spent weeks knitting for each one. I have generally begun with an idea: ‘Could I photograph someone blending into cherry blossom?’. Then I go looking for the...
Very British! For centuries, London’s SAVILE ROW has stood for style and the highest couture. Continuing in this tradition, selected Italian fabrics and perfect elements are part of every SAVILE ROW suit from CG-Club of Gents. The latest campaign was photographed by ANDREAS ORTNER – confidently stylish at the horse races. Styling: Daoud Daftari, grooming Sacha Schuette. Creative Director: Flo Wortmann.
The brand Savile Row by CG – CLUB of GENTS belongs to Création Gross GmbH & Co. KG, a medium-sized family company, operated since 1991 in the third generation. Based in Franconian Hersbruck, the company made a name for itself with classic men’s clothing for modern business outfits and elegant casual wear.
About - Savile Row is a name synonymous with masculine elegance, time-honored tradition and discreet luxury. For almost five hundred years, this quiet and civilized street in Mayfair has played host to generations of the most talented artisans, lovingly dressing gentlemen and ladies of taste in some of the finest bespoke clothes the world has ever seen. From Winston Churchill to the...
“What a dream project when you’re asked to work with those beasts in their natural environment.” says PATRICK CURTET. The agency Leo Burnett commissioned transportation specialist Patrick Curtet with a whole range of advertising motifs to depict the GMC flagship models, including the SIERRA, the AT 4 as well as the DENALI.
The motifs were photographed in northern California where the entire team spent two whole weeks in the wilderness: “Early mornings, rain and snow were on the menu every day... but the result is really strong and spreads the power and beauty of nature and the machines.” Creative Director was Simon Fairweather, with post production by Curve Digital and production by MJ68. GoSee: gmc.com
“Almost like a painting – I just love the pure moment when you feel authenticity” says fashion photographer ROGER WEBER, who published a spread in the latest issue of COSMOPOLITAN Kazakhstan with American model Jessica Whitlow c/o Select Models. The editorial was styled by Nicola Berger, with hair & make-up in the hands of Susanne Krammer. The shoot took place at Munich’s Werk3 Studio. And RETUSH was in charge of post production.
‘Paris by Night’ is the title of the spread by ROGER WEBER, which he photographed at night in icy temperatures and snow on the streets and in the Metro of Paris. In some cases, we only had a few minutes, and our top model Nadine Strittmatter defied the harsh conditions and perfectly underscored the scenery with her look.” the photographer tells GoSee. The result of which can be seen in the latest issue of ELLE SERBIA and here on GoSee. Production was in the hands of GoSee member JPPS, with styling by Anja Shahinniya, hair & make-up by Magali Pilloux c/o Sybille Kleber and post production by RETUSH.
ROGER WEBER presents us a kids fashion story here on...
Stephan Romer photographs the Cayenne Turbo S E-Hybrid models in Cape Town and Copenhagen for the agency Grabarz & Partner, Hamburg, with creative support from Thilo Richter and Melanie Landwehr. Post production was taken care of by Dock2 Studios, Hamburg. Service production companies on location were Cape Town Productions and M Productions, Copenhagen.