Cool and inspiring sisters Annette & Phoebe Stephens are behind the chic accessory brand Anndra Neen. Here is a peek inside their studio and an interview with them via Opening Ceremony.
“Anndra Neen’s metal clutches are so curious and beautiful it’s no wonder they’ve already become collector’s items. “There’s a man in Japan who has bought every cage clutch and uses them as tissue box holders!” designers Phoebe and Annette Stephens told me when I met them at their apartment last month. “We love the idea that they’re wearable art.” (via Opening Ceremony)
Here in Copenhagen you can buy Anndra Neen at LOT#29
Photos by Brayden Olson
Cool print on a scarf.
We are happy to share with you the first part of the new campaign for LINE&JO. Shot by Hasse Nielsen and art directed by us. We can’t get enough of the cute and beautiful Nadja, she was a pleasure to work with all day. By the way, she is just taking a break from her nano tech studies to work with all the best photographers and being campaign girl for labels such as Balmain and Gucci. And LINE&JO.
Hair by Cim Mahony/The Wall Group and make up by Zenia Jæger/Agentur Cph
Beautiful and sweet ‘Egypt’ print on a vintage dress. Found by illustrator Lena Sjöberg and given to Elisabeth from FineLittleDay. See the dress here. Those Swedes know a thing or two about working that whole vintage vibe ….. (sigh!)
We like this little envelope cardholder in soft goatskin. Comes in many different colors. Buy it here.
Our sweet and talented client Line&Jo are not only the makers of some of the most beautiful jewelry – they also have a fine and stylish taste when it comes to their display cases. They spend an immense time drawing and developing them together with both cabinetmakers and braziers and the result is always outstanding and trés originale. We are particularly fond of these brass hexagons.
Image via byfunda.dk
This busy installation is so extensive and massive, and we almost get a headache thinking about constructing it. Wow. Is it on display for the next couple of years at the LACMA museum i Los Angeles. Suitable setting. The artist behind is the accalimed Chris Burden, praised to the stars and mostly known and respected for having his assistant shoot him for the 1971 performance SHOOT.
We designed the identity for talented accessory designer Yvonne Koné. She is currently perfecting and finishing her new luxury line of handmade leather bags & shoes in Italy. We designed the logotype for that too and were sent some images from the factory where they are testing the debossing … we’re quite pleased so far with the overall look and feel of the reproduction and can’t wait to see the whole collection. It is going to be amazing.
Testing, testing, drawing and printing … work in progress from the LA studio whilst working on the logotype.
Finishing up and finalizing on screen …
The first tests from Italy … looking mighty fine!
Bottom image by Line Klein.
Beautiful faucet fitting, bathtub and tile from Waterworks
Cool sink + rug designed by Jamie Hayon