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New York & Paris Based Photographer Tigre Escobar Joins the Wolfpack

Tigre's work embodies an eloquent vision of color and freshness. His innate understanding of light allows his work to be natural and honest. Loves working with available light which translates his studio work into clean and cinematic. He now has his studio in  Brooklyn, New York and works close with Mexico and Paris. Tigre Escobar was born in Colombia, South America.

Check more of his work at: http://thingsbypeople.com/tigre-escobar

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Dubai

KENZO

Through the eyes of urban streets, the new film directed by Mann is Kenzo first official film production in Dubai. Set in urban spots in Dubai, featuring some of the known faces this film shows true spirit of Dubai's hidden gems.

Directed by Mann

Things By People

DOP: Tiago Dias

AD: Abutalib Bhutto

Executive Producer: Faisal Shah

Agency: Faux Consultancy

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Hadid's grooming by Toni Malt for the cover of Vogue Man Arabia

Recent story for Vogue Arabia featuring one and only big HADID. Groomed by Toni Malt for the cover of Vogue Arabia.

London

Ina Lekiewicz  teams up with Tbp

Ina is a stylist, art director and fashion influencer based in London.

She is currently a contributor to Vogue Ukraine, Harper’s Bazaar Poland and editor in chief of UNPOLISHED a new London based fashion and contemporary art magazine which launched SS16.

Formerly Fashion Director of Elle Poland, her editorial also includes: Vogue Mexico, Harpers Bazaar China, Teen Vogue, Bon, Wonderland, Nylon, Glamour (UK, Iceland, Poland), Hunger, Nylon, L’Officiel, Puss Puss Magazine...

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Kay Li AW/FW 18 Campaign

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

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