YES! I got teamed up with the ever so lovely Cora Kemeprman that i have worked with in the past located in Amsterdam for the summer collection 3013. What i love about Cora Kemperman is the layers, and combinations of bright colors and prints mixed together to create a total look that is very easy and effortless. The key to it all is comfortable good quality fashion with a good price tag that i can´t complain about. Their whole concept just floats nicely together and once again we had a lot of fun on set doing the shoot.
Is one of the true nestors of the Dutch fashion scene. In the 70’s & 80’s he worked as a stylist for German Vogue, wrote articles for dutch Vogue featuring Lillian Bassman and worked also on many other leading magazines.
As a fashion director at Avenue magazine & art director,stylist and creative director at Romeo Gigili and always thought of India as an ideal source of inspiration and energy, and Rajahstan as the proper setting for indulging his fancy in the matter of interior decoration.
But his work which compels him to divide his time among Paris Amsterdam soon provided to be incompatible with his plans to go live in the foothills of the Himalayas.
He also worked as visual director for fashion and style at The New York Times Magazine. Currently he is based in Amsterdam and working with him always bring me back to the history of fashion from the past to the present and he knows what he is talking about.
Here are some behind the scene images by Djana Van Breda and the campaign.