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.
"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.
Artist Natalie Jhete's is worth talking about. The detail, the visual contact and the iconic context she brings out in some of the work is absolutely ground breaking. We have pinned her boards for you to look at. Her full books can be seen in our "People" page.
A Vogue classic story by the wolfpack shot in London. The team brings in a very contemporary classic story with a modern touch using headbands and some hats. The story features team's minimal aesthetics produced for Vogue Arabia's April Issue. See more images in the story below.
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!