Black-and-white fashion photography with hints of dark fetish sensuousness filtered through elegancy. Editorial for NOI.SE Magazine.
Humberto Leon and Carol Lim draw inspiration from home interiors in a vibrant collection of mixed textures and prints, bright colours and expressive geometries
The Mercedes-Benz Eyewear Collection plays with semi-transparent colours in red and teal, also including timeless hues such as grey, black and brown.
The pinup genre with the glossy happiness is brushed off and with a twist of gothic gore, which makes the photography even more appealing.
Emeranie captures the silhouette of the model in postures of sculpture-esque stillness, highlighting the glamorous elegance of the photo shoot.
Balancing on the borderline of glam and decadence, the photographer plays with the dualism of reality and fantasy, creating magical images.
Edgy casual with a sporty attitude, the Steffie Christiaens collection is designed to accompany is in our urban lifestyle.
Stylish and sophisticated photography with an underlying hint of wild sensuousness. A fashion editorial for Tantalum magazine.
Intricately designed garments with ruffles, drapes and complex cuts, shape exquisitely modern silhouettes, with pure geometries and deconstructive detailing.
Classic reinvented. Berlin based designer RAPHAEL HAUBER blends classic forms and patterns in creating a new modern look.
Inspired by the genre of magical realism, the Tata Christiane collection takes us on a trip to the world of fantasy.
Liis Anton brings forth the star’s femininity capturing her figure in more intimate moments and revealing her vulnerable, sensual side in highly refined grace.
Inspired by Marilyn Monroe’s classic 1962 photo series by Bert Stern with a twist of pin-up fun, styled in white minimalism.
The collection’s Indian and 70’s influences, highlighted in the use of embroidery and knitting, is evident in its accessories line.
Inspiration for the BOSS Orange Spring/Summer 2012 collection is the hippie culture of the 70’s, love and freedom, with influences from India.
The staircase as a compressed spatial motion element of a former free field.
A bathroom where mutually alternating fragmentary mirror surfaces and lighting fixtures form a jigsaw puzzle of an image and a reflection.
Paris based photographer Marc DA CUNHA LOPES depicts a series of paradoxical skeletons in a domestic background.
An incredible idea for an elevated garden minimising the building’s footprint and having your Big Mac in style!