This strong masculine and mature menswear story looks incredibly true to photography duo Karine + Oliver’s work. We love everything from the location to the casting and the styling is on point to the Vogue - Man brand. The mix of color and black & white images makes the story very expressive, as the model is seen finding himself surrounded by natures beauty.
A new story shot by the Wolfpack (Mann, Toni Malt, Claire Carruthers & Keanoush Da Rosa) is out in the print issue of Vogue Arabia October. The multilayered styled story shot by Mann is done in the classic lighting mood with strong poses and postures by the model.
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?
Fashion Photographer Liv Friis Larsen joins the team from Denmark. We loved her style, sense of minimal aesthetic that comes from her Scandinavian roots. it is natural and subtle, yet expressiveAfter finishing her photography studies around 10 years ago, she went on to assist in Milan and London.She has since worked with clients such as Chanel, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Burberry amongst others.Her editorial work has been published in many international publications such as Vogue, ELLE, Marie Claire, L’officiel and many moreShe currently has her base in Copenhagen, but you will often find her travelling.
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.