Eduardo Bravo takes a very modern approach with his new work for Marie Claire Mexico. We have admired his craft and creativity, since he brought his passion and skills to the UAE. We call him the master of hair do's & changes, he would stand by the model and create several astonishing looks during the day and surprise everyone. This work of his shows that he admires simplicity, by creating a very modern cut that is seen through this cold story.
We have known Rebecca since a year and we just can't get over her style. Its simple, distinct yet always refreshing. We like how she has taken the cutout illustrations to a whole new level, making it very refined yet raw. She is one of the quickest growing talents we have out to here at TBP. You must check out her book.
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.
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.
"Most importantly fashion" is what you can see in this series of photos shot by Emanuele Ferrari. Two models are seen as strong, bonded team players posing in style with the new collection of Kinzia, mixed with pattern and shapes. We love this series of photos: click the story to see more.