News // 4 News by Pascale Weber

Pascale Weber photographs Summer-inspired still lifes for SENSAI Cosmetics – The Sense and Science of Japan

For a glowing tan today, and timeless beauty tomorrow... Swiss still life photographer PASCALE WEBER staged the sun creams and sun blockers for SENSAI COSMETICS elegantly with a floral interplay of shadows. 'This is my newest story for cosmetic brand Sensai in focus for their Instagram account. For the silky bronze products, we brought the summer into our studio.'

SENSAI once manufactured fabrics and discovered that the hands of the silk weavers had a particularly silky and tender appearance. The researchers then discovered that especially Koishimaru silk has the exclusive power to promote the production of hyaluron. This natural substance is essential for the care and development of the legendary Japanese Kinuhada – an immaculate silky skin. Since then, SENSAI has been researching beauty.

22.07.2019 // show complete article

Pascale Weber photographs 'Sweet Vintage' – short scenarios with loving details and accessories for SUPERIOR MAGAZINE

GoSee member PASCALE WEBER photographed for SUPERIOR MAGAZINE. “The editorial for Superior magazine is inspired by the 60s to the 90s. We created a dreamy retro atmosphere with different short scenarios. Lovely Celine from Scout Model Agency with her sleepy expression gives the whole story that perfect touch. Sophia Singh took care of the great hairstyle, and make-up was done by Victoria Steiner.”
13.05.2019 // show complete article

Pascale Weber photographs stills for Far East-inspired cosmetics line SENSAI COSMETICS

Swiss still life photographer Pascale Weber photographs regularly for the care and make-up products from SENSAI. We present you a selection of her latest productions here on GoSee.

SENSAI follow in the tradition of Japanese care rituals and combine them with modern research. The company always relies on cutting-edge technology and, at the same time, on the long-standing strength of nature. SENSAI combines the most advanced skincare technology with the strngth of precious Koishimaru silk, which was once reserved only for the Imperial family. This unique combination of science and nature works in harmony on the skin.
13.04.2019 // show complete article