The summer 18 lookbook marks the beginning of a new collaboration with notable Danish designer Hanne Graumann. Shot at Mikkeller HQ by our friend Jens Langkjær and with detail shots by Olivia Rohde. We did the overall Image concept, creative direction, styling, graphic layout and everything in between.
The Spring 18 collection entitled ‘escape the ordinary’ was wrapped in plastic for a ‘making the ordinary – extraordinary’ approach. This whole plastic fantastic affair was again captured by Josephine Svane – with Femmes Régionales in place for creative direction, styling and graphic design.
For Mark Kenly Domino Tans AW17 show we brought together a lot of good friends to elevate the experience. Normann Copenhagens new showroom served as a modern backdrop for the show – complete with ‘probably-the-most-beautiful-backstage-in-town’ furnished complete with Normann Copenhagen. Trine Skjøth and Cim Mahony developed the expressive look for NYX and L’Oréal Professional. As always making an effort and putting the powers of many together proves to have a beautiful impact, and then you haven’t even gotten us started on the stunning collection…
Our first show for new client and highly talented designer Mark Kenly Domino Tan was set in raw futuristic surroundings under the silver roof of Copenhagens new outdoor stage called Beta as a contrast to a collection drawing on references from the 80ies and MKDTs signature refined silhouettes and craftsmanship. We supported Mark with show creative direction, show production and modelcasting.
For ss17 Baum und Pferdgarten kept it close to home in more than one sense; The show was held in the brands flagship store- completely renovated for the occasion and the collection was as Baum und Pferdgarten should be- playful, eclectic and wonderfully colourful. Show production including creative direction, styling and model casting by yours truly.
Show production including creative direction, styling and model casting for Baum und Pferdgarten’s AW16 show. The show was held in one of the most beautiful buildings in Copenhagen – the breathtaking ‘Thorvaldsens Museum’. A perfect backdrop for a collection inspired by the iconic Milanese Villa Necchi.
Modströms AW16 collection was inspired by the idea of an old house in the Hamptons complete with interior and wardrobe – closed up and left back in the 70ies by its owners – only to be found again and reopened in present time to discover all the hidden treasures. These discoveries have inspired the campaigns modern take on romance and nostalgia, with floral overload and heavy furniture galore. Shot by lovely lady Sascha Oda.