During Mens Fashion Week in Milan I was working with WOW, a.k.a. White On Web. They display the works of countless designers during this period and they were fronting 7 new talented designers at the fair. In addition to doing the events and location photos I was also asked to do an editorial with styling from these designers. This editorial is now out at the WOW website, but you can also check it out here.
“Closing the Distance”
Pullover: Luca Larenza
Coat: Matthew Miller
Pullover: Luca Larenza
Dress and holster: Esther Perbrandt
Pullover and blazer: Luca Larenza
Blazer: Raphael Hauber
Jacket: (white) Matthew Miller, (black) Esther Perbrandt
Photographer: Alexander Haabesland
Models: Victor and Jakob (Independent Men Milan) and Amanda (Modelplus Milan)
Today we had a rather cultural day going through the different vintage and food markets in London before visiting a few galleries. Take a look.
The Tate Modern museum (video installation by Tacita Dean)
National Portrait Gallery
I later discovered that all photography was forbidden so I can’t really show you the amazing works, especially at the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2011 (if you’re in London, go check it out)
Arrived in London for some work/vacation time and walked around a bit in the area I was staying. I love the whole feel and look of this city and hope to come back for some bigger projects/editorials later this year. Here’s a few snapshots.
During Men’s Fashion Week Milan 2012, White Milan showcased 7 new promising designers. They had a presentation at Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera Milano and I was there to take a few shots of the event. Here’s a few backstage photos of how it all went down:
I’ll be doing an editorial as well featuring there 7 designers as well.
During this Men’s Fashion Week in Milan I was working with WHITE Milano. They organise the showcase of over 100 brands and designers in Via Tortona. The art-innstallations was by Erika Calesini. I was there to photograph the events, detail-shots and ‘whatever I found interesting.’ That’s exactly what I did, so here’s a look at how it all was:
After spending my holidays in Norway it was finally time to get back to Milan! I had to return earlier than planned due to work for Swiss brand ‘Bally’ and also ‘White’ during Mens Fashion Week (more on that later). Feels so good to be back. Even the Milanese fog was kind of welcoming.
Spent New Year’s in Oslo, Norway with friends. It’s wonderful being here on holiday but I’m looking forward to doing my next editorial back in Milan! In the meantime, thought I’d share the view here right now. Beautiful, but cold.