PAM HOGG
Autumn/Winter 2012-13 London Fashion Week

Yesterday Pam Hogg presented her collection for London Fashion week, I was there, here some pictures of the collection.

QASIMI HOMME
Autumn/Winter 2012-13 Paris Fashion Week

Originally from Sharjah in United Arab Emirates, Khalid Al Qasimi is a graduate of Hispanic Studies and French literature at UCL. He then went onto studying architecture at the Architectural Association followed by fashion studies at Central Saint Martins.  After having shown QASIMI womenswear in London for several seasons since February 2008, the designer debuted QASIMI HOMME in June 2009 in Paris. Qasimi often draws his inspirations from Socio-political issues, architecture as well as contemporary art; creating garments for men that seek an attitude within the conventional clothing. Here some pictures of his winter collection 2012.13 presented for Paris Fashion week.

BORIS BIDJAN SABERI
Autumn/Winter 2012-13 Paris Fashion Week

The German-Iranian designer Boris Bidjan Saberi presented  in Paris his beautiful winter collection 2013. Here some pictures of the fashion show.


JULIAN ZIGERLI
Autumn/Winter 2012 Berlin Fashion Week

To Infinity And Beyond

From the land of dinosaurs, amber and youth. Of the boundless realm of memory Julian Zigerli draws the solid for his A/W 2012 collection ‘To Infinity And Beyond’.

BERNHARD WILLHELM
Autumn/Winter 2012-13 Paris Fashion Week

The fashion designer Bernhard Willhelm presented in Paris his colorful winter collection 2012-13. For all the men that like to be uniques this is the perfect collection.

Here some pictures of the collection

JULIAANDBEN
Autumn/Winter 2012 Berlin Fashion Week

The fashion designer Julia Heuse presented her Autumn/Winter collection 2012 at the studio of the official Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week tent. I worked with the designer as stylist and consultant. Here some pictures of the backstage and runway.

During my work I realized a fashion documentary for  Barracuda Film & TV an independent production company based in Stockholm called “State of Style”.