Anybody was a curated experience that challenged the norms of the fashioned body. The project was a collaboration between Danish Fashion Institute, Femmes Régionales and curator Ane Lynge-Jorlén during Aarhus 2017 – European Capital of Culture, where some of the finest Danish fashion and art talents were asked to rethink and reinterpret the body beyond the limits of fashion.
The creations were first showcased at a grand event opened by esteemed editor Penny Martin of the Gentlewoman. The experience also included food-art by Augusta Sørensen and music composed by Lil-Lacy. The project then transformed the large windows at department store Salling into a flesh coloured universe of weird and wonderful with daily performances. For us the project included co-curation, exhibition and event design, a full visual identity and web design of anybody.dk and production of still and moving images.
Talents: Anne-Sofie Overgaard, Cæcilie Dyrup, Emilie Grubert, Esben Weile Kjær, Fjord Ruby, Liselotte Hornstrup, Marie Munk, Marie Sloth Rousing, Nanna Bernholm, Olly van Huizen, Siff Pristed, Stinemai and Stine Sandermann. Photos by: Alexander Höllsberg and Paw Gissel. Movie: Carl Marott.
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.
With 20 years of history, designer and owner, Naja Munthe approached us to redefine the essence of Munthe plus Simonsen to open up the universe to new costumers and markets. The process started with a strategic workshop deciding to change the name to MUNTHE, and was implemented in a descriptive brand personality, a new visual identity, logo and directions for images and shows.
With the appointment of new visionary Managing Director, Mai Kappenberger, Kurhotel Skodsborg selected Femmes Regionales to design their new visual identity and logo with the overall brief of creating something fitting a 5-star hotelstandard and with the potential to make Kurhotel Skodsborg the new leader within Scandinavian spas. The aim with the visual identity was to bridge the future and the past, and to design a look both intriguing to Scandinavian and international guests.
Signal approached us to help them identify and highlight the uniqueness of their concept. The task was also to balance the menswear and womenswear concepts and make them more coherent. The output was a brandplatform and book, a redesigned logo and hallmark, a revamp of the headquarter and new visual direction and production of their campaigns and catalogues.