A Vogue classic story by the wolfpack shot in London. The team brings in a very contemporary classic story with a modern touch using headbands and some hats. The story features team's minimal aesthetics produced for Vogue Arabia's April Issue. See more images in the story below.
One of the two series shot for YSL by the teams at TBP. Photographer Mann and fashion stylist/director Keanoush Da Rosa, bring in this punchy story for YSL's SS18 collection showcasing some runway pieces. The story set in flashes is yet another edgy collaboration by the two creatives, known for their distinctive and creative vision.
The team at YSL took a few months to choose the team to shoot the two stories. Another one is set to be featured soon.
Shot for Freq Mag, this story truly sets in an indoor nature hub, Muttart Conservatory, based in Edmonton. Bright colors scream through fresh green tones of background as Tina captures model's strong postures against. We really love this story shot by the Canadian based artist we represent. http://www.thingsbypeople.com/tina-chang
We all know Domen Van De Velde. The duo that flew in for couple of days to create this magic, that made everyone talk about it.
The story published in the March issue of Vogue Arabia, is a true statement of perfection. Styled by the known cutting edge stylist, Claire Carruthers, who mixed abaya with some high end accessories that fits perfectly with the looks and the style of photography.
Gazed and sharp model's makeup is another charm to look into. Done by our leading makeup artist, Toni Malt, these looks are redefining arabic beauty.
YES the team at TBP is going crazy over these shots done by the team Domen Van De Velde. Shot for Schon Magazine! this series is traditionally inspired by Manga yet follows a true sense of a fashion story. The tones of the lighting takes you into a nostalgic vibe of 80s and the models seems to be downed into a feeling of being taken into a morphing station on mars. Check the full story on magazines website: http://schonmagazine.com/manga/ and enjoy the visual thrill.
"Most importantly fashion" is what you can see in this series of photos shot by Emanuele Ferrari. Two models are seen as strong, bonded team players posing in style with the new collection of Kinzia, mixed with pattern and shapes. We love this series of photos: click the story to see more.
We have known Rebecca since a year and we just can't get over her style. Its simple, distinct yet always refreshing. We like how she has taken the cutout illustrations to a whole new level, making it very refined yet raw. She is one of the quickest growing talents we have out to here at TBP. You must check out her book.
Domen Van De Velde have proven their taste in colors. Every piece of work they do, is dense with emotions, texture, light & soul fullness. In their recent work for Glamour Iceland, there is great storytelling, using light, mood and expressions. Click to check some of the more of our favorite shots from this story
Eduardo Bravo takes a very modern approach with his new work for Marie Claire Mexico. We have admired his craft and creativity, since he brought his passion and skills to the UAE. We call him the master of hair do's & changes, he would stand by the model and create several astonishing looks during the day and surprise everyone. This work of his shows that he admires simplicity, by creating a very modern cut that is seen through this cold story.
A very conceptual take on this story shot by Karine & Oliver. We highly recommend watching the below film. This work is a bit different from their other past work, probably because its been shot on film and we do dig the feel. The casting here is very good!
Louis Christopher, our NY based photographer, continues to create Mod-Simplicity with his new work in the Grazia France story. The use of natural light and great casting from IMG, help make the pictures look timeless and memorable. Portraiture style that is non comparable to many others, Louis has mastered simplicity in fashion photography. Below is some of our favorites.
Artist Natalie Jhete's is worth talking about. The detail, the visual contact and the iconic context she brings out in some of the work is absolutely ground breaking. We have pinned her boards for you to look at. Her full books can be seen in our "People" page.
One of our recent additions, photographer Steven Popovich, is known for his craft in playfulness, light and color. Since we have know Steven, we have done many collaborations with him; this is one of his recent works for our publication : Beauty Archive Magazine ( BA ). Check out some more of Steven's work in our "People" page. Here are some of our favorites from his story for BA.
If you know Toni Malt, you know her style and her iconic sense of makeup. In her recent beauty opener story for Vogue Arabia, she pulled off some really brave looks that are seen spreading around social media. This story is refined, neat, yet very bold. She uses her muse Sophie Beer to create her continuation of her new launched book, Transform.
See below some of the picks by our team.
We love the work of our artist: fashion director, stylist and editor; Ina Lekiewicz. And it all came together with our genius hair stylist, Pablo Kuemin! With these two at the helm of the project, every shot becomes an art piece. TBP loves this story shot for Vogue Ukraine. An elegant but very romantic, nostalgic and classic story, worth having a closer look.
Set in urban tones, the new story for LV is quite a charm for the viewers. Rush, movement followed by beautifully styled LV pieces by Keanoush Da Rosa, this is one of our favorite stories of the month. The story shows Keanoush's strength in mens fashion, is yet another creative opportunity for the upcoming mens fashion content market in UAE. We are looking forward to see more from Keanoush's mens fashion.
This team cant do wrong! Beautifully styled, this story features layered styling mixed with a subtle and colors. Shot by Mann, the story is very soft & polished portraiture series. Beautifully crafted hair by Annesofie Begtrup and bold styled makeup by Toni Malt, this story features a bit of beauty angle to it.
See some more pieces from the story on this page.
From the series of Masked Björk here comes another one for Iceland Glamour! Shot by the photographer Silja Magg, this works of her truly captures raw encapsulated personalty of Björk. The cover that that hides the face of known artist pretty much says about how social media and internet is influencing brands, magazines and big names, as in how they represents themselves by creating ground breaking imagery.
This soothing film brings out the launch of the new collection of Chloé at Ounass.com. Filmed by Mann & Makeup by Toni Malt, the film is shot during the UAE winter, at hidden spots in Hatta. The story highlights beautiful Chloé key pieces styled by Harriet Gregory & art directed by Jo Oil - Set in a nostalgic mood the film brings out a silent & sophisticated journey and emotions through the scenic story.
Click to check the film.
TBP LIVE is a platform where clients can keep an eye on which city their favourite TBP artist is, so they can easily book them, if they are in the neighbourhood. Our clients now dont have to wonder who to book while they are in London, New York, Paris or even Sao Paolo. Just check this page, and find out who’s available.
We have been working closely with REDTAG, on their major seasonal campaigns throughout 2017. Again this time of the year were the team behind the upcoming REDTAG Spring Summer 2018 Campaign. The team worked tirelessly to perfect the creative vision and produce a one of kind campaign for the fashion brand. The campaign features Lebanese super star Cyrine AbdelNour as the main brand ambassador, in a contemporary concept by TBP.
We all know UNPOLISHED magazine, that raw, natural and sweet nostagic feeling! Yes we are a big fan and now things get even more exciting when Pablo Kuemin has been announced as part of the Unpolished Magazine team, as the Beauty Editor. What a great way to start the year. TBP teams are very excited for this partnership with all the support.
What do we look for in a retail store?
Do you like working in your "office"? Thats a question for todays creatives, who would love to be in a space, which is not an office.
Time keeps moving forward and we keep growing both vertically & horizontally. We have realized we must use the best potential of our strengths. Having said that, working with many brands & managing their productions with successful outcome has given birth to our new production extension, named after the "new beginning", as TWENTY18. A full service production resource agency specializing in Film mainly and followed by stills. Soon to place alist of young and experienced film directors ranging in all areas.
Award winning celebrity make up artist Toni Malt takes the next step in her evolution as a creative, by announcing the opening of her very make up academy: Toni Malt Academy.
TBP’s Executive Creative Director and Fashion photographer, Mann, is behind a brand new beauty and fashion project called Beautiful Blood. This will be a one of a kind fashion and beauty book/magazine, with quarterly issues every year, in collaboration with artists from all fields and genres of Fashion. Mann, who also launched Beauty Archive with his co- partner- photographer Mazen Abusrour, is now behind this cutting edge publication with a cool & funky site that regularly publishes interesting editorial stories.
Its been almost a decade since the birth of the fashion industry in the region. We as an agency and our clients are still facing challenges finding the right editorial models here. Even though there are more than 3 established model agencies and a smaller market, we are terrified of shooting great stories. We are pushing most of the agencies to improve and things have become better but still there is some distance to go. It's silly to have just one good model a month.
A new initiative, ALT TBP lets anyone request for an artist to conduct a 4-5 day workshop in Dubai, only focusing on fashion photography. Based on a voting system, that will allow people to select an artist and send a request to join in the workshop. The voters will get 15% discount on the full fees. These workshops will be for mid-to-advance level photographers and will be focusing on aesthetic, lighting, retouching and creating editorial ideas.
We are currently looking to hire someone young, honest, free, full of energy, someone who loves talking, someone who loves hugging, a dreamer and especially a restless soul who wants to change the world. Basically a soulful Artist Manager. If you are interested please call us on all the numbers and contacts provided on this site or you can just inbox us on our Instagram @tbpwall
Call it a true story, a book with images or fiction. This work is very fulfilling to the soul. Shot by McQueen's backstage photographer Anne Deniau, it says so much about McQueen's life, his career and his personality and his dark side, often seen in his work. The Black & White book of raw photos, highlights true emotions of models backstage. We keep this book in our office, if you are ever around, you should take it for a day read.
We were not shocked to see the most liked images during our 2017 posts on Instagram @tbpwall.
86,566 likes were made on our account in 2017 giving these 9 the top liked photos. Toped up the below 3.
New film written & directed by Mann is another moving image that sets his style of fast cut edit. His quick cut edit style, that takes viewer away from the topic by keeping them locked in for the come back of a story is a joy. The short film produced by Savoir Flair for Chanel, presenting their Cameila jewelry collection, is set into an artistic moving image.
Through the eyes of urban streets, the new film directed by Mann is Kenzo first official film production in Dubai. Set in urban spots in Dubai, featuring some of the known faces this film shows true spirit of Dubai's hidden gems.
Directed by Mann
Things By People
DOP: Tiago Dias
AD: Abutalib Bhutto
Executive Producer: Faisal Shah
Agency: Faux Consultancy
Check out beautifulblood.tv to find more information about the nearest places in London you can get the magazine from.
We have been really digging Alice's Music before we conceptualized Beautiful Blood Magazine. It was almost 4 weeks before we were going to print, we wished of her to be the face of Vol.1. BBTV has created its first cover with Alice, seen pure and real, shot by Jonathan Kope is an absolute miracle. When we got a yes from Alice's manager for this opportunity, we decided to choose the right team to shoot this story in Cape Town and it took us only 8 days to bring this to life.
We are constantly looking for young photographers & stylists to assist our key teams and to learn from them. The idea is to build and train the young blood by giving them professional environment and to provide them the right path in their careers, meanwhile help TBP artists on creative and interesting projects by being their extra hands.
If you are looking to assist any of our artists please write us your name, email, website, Instagram and send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org by placing the subject as "Young Blood".
We are looking forward to hear from you
Helena Narra is a hair and make up artist from Berlin based in New York. She has since worked successfully for international designer shows (part of Guido Palau's team), red carpet events, advertising and editorial shoots and commercial shoots. In dealing with celebrities Helena shows a special flair for personalities.
Her work has been published in magazines like: Coeval, Dansk, Elle France, Elle USA, Elle Bulgaria, Esquire Singapore, Fashion Gone Rogue, Frankfurter Allgemeine Quarterly, Miss, GQ China, GQ Italy, HUF Magazine, Indie Magazine, Interview, Institute Magazine, L 'officially, Le Mile, Lufhansa Exclusive, Numéro Homme, Qvest, Nice !, Sicky Mag, Sleek, Tush, Vogue.it, Vogue Ukraine
Kate Davis-Macleod began her career in the fashion industry 20 years ago as a 16yr old model. It was a natural progression for Kate to move from one side of the lens to the other and she began assisting in New York, eventually moving back to her native London and along side assisting worked as a studio manager and started building her portfolio working as a test photographer for her original mother agent Select models.
Her clients include, ES magazine, The Sunday Telegraph, The Times, The Guardian, Tatler, Red magazine, Marie Clare, Harpers, international Vogues, Wylde magazine. Givenchy, Chanel, Dior, John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Next, Arcadia group, Adidas, Nike, Heidi Klein, Agent provocateur, Bodyism, Calvin Klein Lingerie, The Outnet, DKNY lingerie, Wrap.
Silja Magg is a photographer from Iceland based out of New York. She was chosen 2012 PDN 30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch.
Her work has been published in magazines like: Vogue, Vanity Fair, GQ Magazine, Harpers Bazaar, Marie Claire, Elle, Glamour, Allure, WWD to name a few
Silja has shot for clients like: French Connection, Barneys, Bloomingdales, Moda Operandi, Aerin, Moncrief London, Botkier
Emmanuelle is an Italian photographer, founder and director of the international fashion publication Nextdoormodel Magazine. Over the years, he worked for magazines such as GQ, Purple, Max, i-D, Nylon, L’officiel, Acute, Highsnobiety, Galore amongst others.
BOY/GIRL are photography duo Jason and Liz, whose ability to bring a concept to life is second to none, quietly concentrating on every aspect of the brief itself in order to create exceptional photographs and films. Their mastery of light, paired with their creative direction and flawless abilities within post production, mean that no matter how big or small the project, these two creative polymaths are able to elevate every concept, delivering the highest quality product whether on set or location.
The starlets who appear in their work are always at ease- a testament to BOY/GIRL's friendly and quietly focussed approach on set. This too, allows creativity to thrive within an environment where every part of the team is involved and valued.
Their client list includes;
Jurlique, Vogue Brazil, Harrods, Oil of Olay, French Glamour, Schon magazine
Eduardo Bravo started working as a session stylist in 2015. His pursuit for fashion led him to enter the fashion world working Fashion Week with Guido Palau, Gary Gill, Sam McKnight and Eugene Souleiman for major brands like Valentino, Balenciaga, Dior, Vetements and Prada.
His work has been published in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Garage Magazine, Marie Claire, i-D, Lucy's and other international fashion magazines.
Mustafa is a session hairstylist based in New York. Mustafa has worked with a variety of magazines that range from Glamour to TUSH.
Mustafa has assisted major stylists such as Eugene Souleiman for several years supporting Fashion Week in New York, Milan, Paris and London as well as Luigi Murenu, Duffy and Jimmy Paul. Mustafa has worked celebrities like Gigi Hadid, Alessandra Ambrosio, Irina Shaik, Daphne Groeneveldand several others.
Ina is a stylist, art director and fashion influencer based in London.
She is currently a contributor to Vogue Ukraine, Harper’s Bazaar Poland and editor in chief of UNPOLISHED a new London based fashion and contemporary art magazine which launched SS16.
Formerly Fashion Director of Elle Poland, her editorial also includes: Vogue Mexico, Harpers Bazaar China, Teen Vogue, Bon, Wonderland, Nylon, Glamour (UK, Iceland, Poland), Hunger, Nylon, L’Officiel, Puss Puss Magazine...
Steven is a photographer based out of Sydney Australia. His all-rounded experience and diverse array of skills shapes the way he approaches photography.
He has done editorials for :1AM, Australian Style (Book), Beauty Archive, Black Magazine, Emporium Magazine, Façon Magazine, Good Weekend, Laud Magazine, Oz Beauty Expert, Pages Digital, PushIt Mag, Sneaky Mag, Sticks & Stones, Stories Collective.
Chief Executive of Adidas says they expect to close down many stores in the coming years as part of a shift towards selling more goods online.
The big luxury conglomerate recently announced a start-up programme to support 50 businesses a year in Paris.
Lanvin has been struggling financially as a result of slumping sales following Alber Elbaz's surprise sacking in 2015 and upheaval at the house. In 2016, Lanvin's revenues were just €162 million, a 23 percent dive from a year earlier and its first loss in more than a decade (2017 revenues were even lower, according to sources). Now a majority stake has been acquired by Chinese conglomerate Fosun Group last month.
Riccardo Tisci is now the new Chief Creative Officer at Burberry.
Macy's plan to be the first major U.S. department store to sell Hijabs. The chain plans to sell a collection of modest dresses, tops, cardigans and hijabs online.
You can't expect creativity from a brand every time but Balenciaga's new SS'18 campaign negates this theory completely.
Styled by Gvasalia / Lotta Volkova, this new campaign shows models being chased by the paparazzi, shot by a french stock image company Agence Bestimage. The style of execution was so crucial for the campaign, that the brand could only get it from someone who could do it the right way, and it didnt matter that it was a stock image company. Bravo!
The New York Times has reported on alleged sexual exploitation by two of the biggest photographers in the fashion business. Publishing giant Condé Nast said it would stop working with both Mario Testino and Bruce Weber.
“Women have a past, they have emotions, they have cracks – and the Chloé woman is not a phantasme,” Natacha Ramsay-Levi, Chloe's new Creative Director explained over the phone from Paris, to Vogue UK.
H&M will soon launch a new brand, which is aimed at millennials. According to the Cut, the new brand will be under Oscar Olsson, a Swedish designer who's worked for H&M since 2013. Nyden will bring on collaborators from various fields to design clothes. "Olsson is adamant that Nyden is in no way 'fast fashion,'" The Cut explains. "The brand will not follow trends, seasons, or the Fashion Week calendar… Nyden’s drops will be limited; its 'affordable luxury' price points will fluctuate depending on the products."
What do you get when you combine Versace and 90s supermodels Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Helena Christensen, Claudia Schiffer and Carla Bruni?
The latest campaign by Calvin Klein, features 90s supermodel Cindy Crawford's children, Kaia and Presely Gerber. Other than the two known models, there are real siblings, driving the brand’s Our Family. #MYCALVINS campaign. The concept revolves around strong unity amongst people, symbolised by the use of the traditional American quilt.
"Whether you’re related or you bond over shared dreams, family is what you make it. A patchwork of individuals, unified and unbreakable"
Ever wondered, where you need to study, to join a global brand like Gucci, Balenciaga or Tommy Hilfiger?
Fashionista.com have highlighted the best Online Sales from A to Z, to start your year with. Some of these may not deliver to the UAE, but that hasnt stopped anyone from making arrangements for their favourite shoe or bag before
TSG Consumer Partners invest in Huda Beauty to help make the beauty brand a global force.
Comeback star Winona Ryder, the star of Netflix’s Stranger Things, has more to smile about as she is announced the brand ambassador for L’oreal Paris.
BOF reports that the next month of menswear shows will shine some light on upcoming designers, as the mainstays take a mass exodus from the menswear shows and instead choosing to showcase their menswear during the womenswear season.
Models.com take a vote from 250 top professional from the industry , including designers, photographers, make up artists, hair stylists and stylists , to determine who are the top models in multiple categories. The industry chose Adwoa Aboah as the model of the year for women and Paul Hameline model of the year for men.
Struggling brand Marc Jacobs is shrinking its presence in Europe as other direct to consumer brands expand. While you will still be able to find the brand at multi brand retailers like Selfridges or Harvey Nichols, the brands own store at Mount street will be no more. Business of Fashion sources claim that presently only a handful of store remain throughout the world, a far cry from its glory years.
Accessible luxury brand, Michael Kors are phasing out all animal fur products by the end of 2018. The changing winds in consumer taste is forcing many brands to relook at their luxury lines, something that will make the animal activists feel they have won a great battle.