Inspired by the faded glam of California’s Silver Lake area, the SS18 campaign was shot on location outside Copenhagen by Oscar Meyer. Lookbook images by Josephine Svane. Concept, creative direction and graphic design by yours truly.
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.
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.
In a time where a fashion show is much more than what happens on the catwalk, we provided a full production for B&P including show concept, casting, scenography front- and backstage, giveaway and graphic design for invitation and Instagram – thus making sure no chance was lost to create relevant content capturing the story of the season for all platforms. The show was hosted by renowned auction house Bruun Rasmussen, who gave us free hands to refurnish their beautiful space with holographic techno-tastic effects in combination with selected art pieces.
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…