There is not much this city knows about the hidden gem of Kay Li. A Hong Kong based-Living in Dubai, designer and a visionary carries an iconic, waste free, unique fashion brand, by her name. Her current campaign, shot in collaboration with TBP teams is modern take on the women of now. Independent, strong & masculine. Her line is inspired by the times when women was asked to dress like a women! Kay Li's answer in her collection clearly determines the opposite but by keeping it a bit feminine. Check out the collection at https://www.kay-li.com
Helena Narra is a hair and make up artist from Berlin based in New York. She has since worked successfully for international designer shows (part of Guido Palau's team), red carpet events, advertising and editorial shoots and commercial shoots. In dealing with celebrities Helena shows a special flair for personalities.
Her work has been published in magazines like: Coeval, Dansk, Elle France, Elle USA, Elle Bulgaria, Esquire Singapore, Fashion Gone Rogue, Frankfurter Allgemeine Quarterly, Miss, GQ China, GQ Italy, HUF Magazine, Indie Magazine, Interview, Institute Magazine, L 'officially, Le Mile, Lufhansa Exclusive, Numéro Homme, Qvest, Nice !, Sicky Mag, Sleek, Tush, Vogue.it, Vogue Ukraine
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.
Emmanuelle is an Italian photographer, founder and director of the international fashion publication Nextdoormodel Magazine. Over the years, he worked for magazines such as GQ, Purple, Max, i-D, Nylon, L’officiel, Acute, Highsnobiety, Galore amongst others.
New film written & directed by Mann is another moving image that sets his style of fast cut edit. His quick cut edit style, that takes viewer away from the topic by keeping them locked in for the come back of a story is a joy. The short film produced by Savoir Flair for Chanel, presenting their Cameila jewelry collection, is set into an artistic moving image.