Tonight is the night of the Danish Elle Awards 2013. We’re super excited that so many of our collaborators and clients are nominated. Not that we’re partial or anything, but of course we’re wishing them the best of luck!
Clockwise from top left:
LINE&JO - nominated for Jewelry Brand of the year.
We have worked with LINE&JO right from the birth of their company back in 2006, designing everything from their visual identity, website, packaging to art directing their campaigns etc. LINE&JO are some of the most progressive creative minds within their field and their impeccable style is inherent in everything they touch.
Alexandra Carl – nominated for Stylist of the year.
Last year our client Part Two came to us with the brief of art directing a concept for their new younger essential line TO. We handpicked model & stylist Alexandra Carl (who is also fashion editor at cutting edge magazine RIKA). She became the face of TO and handpicked her favorite items for the launch of the diffusion line which was an instant success.
Olivia Frølich – nominated for Photographer of the year.
We have worked with talented Olivia for many years on a variety of campaigns for our different fashion clients such as Kokoon and Rosemunde (image from their ss13 campaign underneath). She balances the feminine, sensitive and romantic with a playful, quirky and cool vibe.
Cim Mahony – nominated for Hair Stylist of the year.
We worked with Cim first back in 2008 when we art directed Day Birger et Mikkelsen’s summer campaign with Belgian beauty Elise Crombez and he continued with his magic on the following two campaigns featuring Missy Rayder (underneath). Cim is also doing the hair on all of LINE&JO’s campaigns, so we’re lucky to spend a lot of time with this extraordinary talent when he is not busy working with the likes of AnOther Magazine, Terry Richardson, i-D, Vogue Paris, Numero etc.
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
We like this bag!
Photo: Marcelo Soubhia/ Agência Fotosite
Cute little sock/stocking company from California. Visit them here.
In love with the images AND the dresses in the new Carven campaign for Summer 2013. We’re eyeing it all up here.
Photographed by Viviane Sassen
Now here is a new ‘fashion’ magazine that we’re looking forward to diving into = Cherry Bombe Magazine. Created by Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu, who previously worked together at Harper’s Bazaar. They went their separate ways Kerry embarking on a restaurant career (as well as keeping a foot in the fashion and beauty industry) and Claudia opening up her own graphic design company and indie publication Me Magazine. Now they have joint forces again and Cherry Bombe has just been published.
“Cherry Bombe is a beautifully designed, biannual indie magazine that celebrates women and food—those who grow it, make it, serve it, study it, enjoy it and everything in between. It is about sustenance and style and the things that nourish the mind, the eye and, of course, the stomach.
Cherry Bombe features a variety of cultures, cuisines and voices—chefs and servers, food stylists and scientists, culinary icons and up-and-coming entrepreneurs—as documented by some of the most interesting food and fashion writers and photographers around.
Almost all of the subjects and contributors are women.”