Once again they kick in one of the best stories of the month, shot by the Duo: Domen Van De Velde. Beautifully styled & lit, this story features some of the very future-iconic shots, done for Glamour Iceland.
We have always expected creativity and personality in the Duo's images. This is surely one of our favorite works of theirs.
A new story is catching light in Vogue Arabia's October Issue. Shot in Tokyo by our team: Fashion by Keanoush Da Rosa and Makeup: Toni Malt, they created these fresh and airy looks, making a free spirited feel. Check out rest of the story here.
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.
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.
A new film directed by Mann & Hair by Annesofie Begtrup, shot for Vogue Arabia, in collaboration with Dyson is out!. Set in vintage era the film portrays Dyson Supersonic to be the future of hair styling for modern day women. The fun and quirky film, shot in London's Edith House takes you back into your own memory lane. Watch it here!A new film directed by Mann, for Vogue Arabia, in collaboration with Dyson is out!
Set in a vintage era, the film portrays Dyson Supersonic to be the future of hair styling for the modern day woman. The fun and quirky film, shot in London's Edith House takes you down memory lane. Watch it here!