As part of renovating their rental office building, Field’s proposed us to design a united identity for the interior. We came up with a journey in colours from ground to top floor, giving each level its own unique scale and the whole house a collective colour story topped with black details. We believe that the quality of your surroundings rubs off on the quality of your day. Don’t be a stranger – give the femmesphone a call if you want your office to shine.
Plus-size brand Zizzi asked us to come up with a new concept for a sub-line with a younger and more fashion forward appeal. The concept we worked out was W.O.W – short for wardrobe of wonders. The idea was to create a contemporary wardrobe for plus size fashionistas with bold, flattering and fresh styles to choose from, and in a style hard to find elsewhere in the plus-size market. The project included every aspect of creating a new line – design of the collection, visual identity, campaign, lookbook and concepts for retail look and launch party. As always more truly is more!
The clever new project, Vigga, offers parents a sustainable way to keep their newborn in style while still caring for the environment. Vigga designs babyclothes on subscription and the clothes will be sent on to a new child when it has been outgrown. For Vigga we created the overall visual branddirection, including directions for web, art direction of images and printdesign.
When working on as big a scale as a shopping mall like Field’s, it is important to make your message very clear. For Field’s we have developed a unique language for their decor, always combining large graphic elements with bespoke styling showing off the large offer of the shops in a creative way.
As complement to the well known logotype and logo symbol of Baum und Pferdgarten, Femmes Régionales have designed a hallmark in order to add a more feminine touch to the visual identity with it’s round form.
Sometimes you need to treat yourself, so when we finally found the time to pay some attention to our own visual identity – we went all in. The concept was to create something longlasting, and still highly adjustable. The concept is based around an all white paper range with a series of supplements that adds a seasonal touch.
Textile innovator Kvadrat commissioned us to do two curtain designs for their new reversible 2nd face collection. As always we found inspiration in the world of fashion and used blocks of colours and patterns for the designs. The two designs Habit and Dress come in a range of neutral to subtle coloured hues and are aimed at large scale contracts like hotels and offices that wish for a bit of fab femmes glam in front of their windows.