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featured by Cosmopola : 'Beauty has no age' - the Beauty editorial for RENAISSANCE magazine by Frauke FISCHER c/o COSMOPOLA featuring best-age model Jutta von Brunkau c/o VIVA MODELS and Bree Smith

"Where so many photographers choose to retouch images, we see the beauty of all ages and keep our photos natural and unedited." We learn from RENAISSANCE magazine. Famous & hot senior model Jutta von Brunkau c/o VIVA MODELS and Bree Smith are the stars of the editorial entitled 'Beauty has no age', which was photographed by Frauke FISCHER c/o COSMOPOLA. Hair & make-up came from Melanie SCHOENE c/o NINA KLEIN AGENCY,

About Renaissance Mag. With editorials starring models only 40 and over, thought-provoking essays and raw interviews – we are here to change views and inspire. GoSee renaissance-magazine.com
04.06.2019 // show complete article

 
featured by basics berlin : VIVA Model Sarah Batt was photographed by Jonas Müller for the 'Lookbook' spread - hair & make-up by Tina FISCHBACH c/o BASICS.BERLIN

Tina FISCHBACH c/o BASICS.BERLIN was responsible for the hair & make-up of VIVA Model Sarah BATT. And Tina's passion for make-up was once again called for: her precise eyeliner complements the styling and skillfully accentuates the eye of the model. Photos were shot by Jonas Müller.
16.04.2019 // show complete article

 
Romantic Warriors - Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott photograph the S/S 2019 DSQUARED2 campaign; along for the ride: up-and-coming male model Jordan GENIDOGAN c/o VIVA MODELS Berlin

Smart Greek model Jordan GENIDOGAN c/o VIVA MODELS Berlin can be admired in the latest DSQUARED2 campaign. The S/S '19 campaign for the label of Canadian designers and twins Dean and Dan Caten was photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott together with Art Director Giovanni Bianco.

We read on the website of the designer with Italian roots who lives in London: "The romantic warriors from the Dsquared2 Spring Summer 2019 fashion show are captured in a new campaign video shot by Mert and Marcus. Meeting in their city hangout, a disused railway station on the edge of the city, the urban pack appear in color-saturated scenes that mix the high energy of the collection and industrial elements of the setting of Milan’s Orobia Factory. Military codes and turn-of-the-century style corsetry details on the accessories and ready-to-wear items – including long, trailing laces – are captured in movement, flying when jumping a stair rail and riding bikes through the vast space."

The campaign was styled by Panos Yiapanis. For the campaign film, GoSee: dsquared2.com
02.04.2019 // show complete article