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.
With two decades of working experience, Christian Schleisner has achieved an exceptional mastery of styling within the fields of fashion, music and advertising. In his work Christian brings his Scandinavian heritage into play which he combines with a touch of flamboyant experimentation. With his natural sense of aesthetics and playful curiosity, he has created harmonious visionary and artistic imagery. Christian has become a well known name among leading international publications and commercial clients who praise not only his professional work, but also his positive and collaborative attitude.
A new story featuring iconic portraits of the Egyptian star, Yasmine Sabri are out today, In Vogue Arabia's September Issue. Shot by Mann, the story highlights some of her very classic portraits ever captured.
Styled by Vogue's Claire Carruthers, this portrait story is a must watch.
Toni Malt's new story shot with Jack Waterlot Studios / NY is one of our favorites from the month. Beautifully lit with Malt's iconic makeup this story cuts many classic styles for being minimal and a bit artistic.
Marcus Askelöf, Fashion photographer based in Sweden is now part of the list at TBP. Marcus's work truly defines modern techniques, specially in his menswear work. His minimal aesthetic adds a new dimension to Things By People's artist list.
Adidas, C-Store, Clas Ohlsson, MLTV Clothing, NATTEN Sthlm, Omni Mag, Revs Magazine, Schott NYC, The Pink Prince Magazine are some of the brands that he is been shooting for.
Inspired by music, street culture, high fashion, and quaint dutch painters with their sensitive eye for detail, he enjoys storytelling through both his stills and moving images. If one could create the perfect illusion, would it then be accepted as part of what we call reality?