I hate Butterflies

Shot & Directed by Karine & Oliver

A very conceptual take on this story shot by Karine & Oliver. We highly recommend watching the below film. This work is a bit different from their other past work, probably because its been shot on film and we do dig the feel. The casting here is very good!

Editorial, December, 2017

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Editorial, January, 2018

Vogue Ukraine

We love the work of our artist: fashion director, stylist and editor; Ina Lekiewicz. And it all came together with our genius hair stylist, Pablo Kuemin! With these two at the helm of the project, every shot becomes an art piece. TBP loves this story shot for Vogue Ukraine. An elegant but very romantic, nostalgic and classic story, worth having a closer look.

Editorial, November, 2018

Vogue Arabia By Silja Mag, Annesofie Begtrup & Toni Malt

Here is another feel good story from the team. Shot in Iceland the mood is set upon two girls, out & about, under great blue skies and warm fields. The story features a really cool cast, bonding with the theme of friendships.

Editorial, February, 2018

We are going cray cray over this!

YES the team at TBP is going crazy over these shots done by the team Domen Van De Velde. Shot for Schon Magazine! this series is traditionally inspired by Manga yet follows a true sense of a fashion story. The tones of the lighting takes you into a nostalgic vibe of 80s and the models seems to be downed into a feeling of being taken into a morphing station on mars. Check the full story on magazines website: http://schonmagazine.com/manga/ and enjoy the visual thrill.

Editorial, May, 2018

Vogue Arabia by Louis Christopher

We have all known Louis Christiopher for his fine style in fashion photography using contrast lighting and minimal thinking when it comes to creating an eye catching & iconic story. This story is shot with the top 50 girls at models.com, Charlee Frazer; who is shot in NY walking through the shadows and contrasty lights, into the streets of New York. We love the simplicity captured by Louis, by still keeping it very edgy with the angles and the use of tailored styling.

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