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featured by Rockenfeller & Göbels : SIOUX Germany 1954 – Stephan GLATHE c/o ROCKENFELLER & GÖBELS photographs the SIOUX Spring/Summer 2020 Shoe collection

“More than a year of development work was put into a single shoe collection. Which is why we couldn’t be prouder about the result and are delighted to present you our new Sioux collection” Since its foundation by Peter Sapper in 1954 at the site in Walheim/Baden-Württemberg, the Swabian company steeped in tradition has stood for shoes “of unique quality, craftsmanship and inimitable wearing comfort”. Sioux is is among the smallest remaining shoe manufacturers in Germany. The shoemaker is independent and has established an interesting niche in the production of moccasins.

Stephan GLATHE c/o ROCKENFELLER & GÖBELS photographed the Spring & Summer 2020 looks on models Aljoscha Fàbregas, Lilly Kirsten and Simona Simkova. Styling: Susi Bauer and hair & make-up: Jenny Retzlaff. GoSee:
15.03.2020 show complete article


featured by Winteler Production : WINTELER PRODUCTION takes care of art buying and production of the UTMON ES POUR PARIS campaign with fashion photographer Stephan Glathe and Margot Davy in front of the camera

GoSee member WINTELER PRODUCTION commissioned STEPHAN GLATHE to realize the latest campaign for UTMON ES POUR PARIS, which thanks to its own perfume not only figuratively exudes the scent of Paris. Tiffany Winteler was in charge of art buying and production. The stylish and sexy styling of Margot Davy c/o Kult Models was in the hands of Miriam DIAZ c/o NINA KLEIN, and Kerstin Hajdu took care of hair & make-up. Set design came from Marvin Unger with post production by Ivonne Veith. They were assisted by Philipp Koch & Christina Just.

UTMON ES POUR PARIS is an abbreviation of “Tout mon Esprit pour Paris” – the inspiration behind the brand. Erzsébet I. Wagner arrived in the City of Love at the age of 19 and found in it a place which reflected what she had always dreamed of: beauty, elegance, diversity. Afterwards, she stayed in the city on the Seine for several years and was fascinated by the women of Paris, who would work so much, go out very often, enjoy life with each breath, and always look incredibly nonchalant and elegant whatever they are doing. Each design from Utmon es pour Paris is an homage to the women of Paris and their singular flair – combined with the precision and durability of German craftsmanship.

The special ‘finish’ is very French: Instead of smelling like tanned leather, all products have the scent of a perfume composed specially for UTMON ES POUR PARIS. Wagner commissioned a Paris perfumer, who created a fragrance for strong, special women. Each switchbag not only exudes French flair but also the scent of Paris.
29.01.2020 show complete article