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.
We extremely enjoyed looking at each and every shot in this story. Beautifully shot by photography duo, Domen Van De Velde, this special shoot for D&G is getting a lot of attention.
Shot during late summer, the story looks fresh, energetic and has a sense of air to the shots that makes the overall story pretty strong!
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 email@example.com by placing the subject as "Young Blood".
We are looking forward to hear from you
Wonderful Yasmine Sabri beauty story with Toni Malt for Harper's Bazaar Cover, shot in Dubai.
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?