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WMF asked German-American actress and avowed coffeeholic Diane Kruger to appear in front of the camera for the launch of WMF Perfection – the new fully automatic coffee machine. In the spot, Diane charmingly tells you all about her daily coffee routines.
The commercial was shot by Kapturing c/o Birgit Stöver on the streets of Paris, Diane’s home away from home. The Paris insiders from JPPS Creative Productions were brought on board for production.
“Diane was captured during a delightful autumn stroll through Paris while chatting about her favorite coffee moments.” JPPS Creative Productions.
The German actress started her career as a model in Paris at an early age. She appears today mainly in films in English and French, and is known for her roles as Helena in Troy, Dr. Abigail Chase in National Treasure and its sequel Book of Secrets, as well as Bridget von Hammersmark in Inglourious Basterds.
In 2018, she was invited to become a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which awards the coveted Oscar each year. She is the mother of a daughter since that same year, whose father is American actor Norman Reedus.
WMF GmbH (formerly known as WMF AG for Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik) is a formerly publicly listed manufacturer of tableware for households as well as for the restaurant and hotel industry, and was founded by Daniel Straub together with the Schweizer brothers. The group has six brands (WMF, Silit, Kaiser, Schaerer, Hepp and Curtis). It is represented in more than 40 locations worldwide and has nearly 200 company-owned branches in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Among the products manufactured by WMF are cookware, kitchen appliances, cutlery, drinking glasses, and professional coffee machines. In May 2016, the French Groupe SEB acquired WMF for more than € 1.5 billion.
Diane was styled by Jonathan Huguet, and Perrine Rougemont was responsible for hairstyling.
GoSee : perfection.wmf.com & jpps.fr
14.11.2023 show complete article
Indian top model Pooja Mor is the cover star of the HARPER’S BAZAAR UK Art Issue in November ‘23 ... for which the cover spread was photographed by Boo George on location in Paris. Art direction was in the hands of Tom Usher. And it all took place in an authentic atelier – produced by Paris-based production company JPPS Creative Productions.
“Thank you @bazaaruk for this beautiful and special cover for the Art Issue with the amazing team.” Pooja Mor.
“The haute couture & high jewelry shoot included all the top brands such as Celine, Bulgari, Giorgio Armani, Cartier, Schiaparelli, Tiffany & Co., Dolce & Gabbana, Ashi Studio, Chopard, Giambattista Valli Paris, Van Cleef & Arpels, Balenciaga, De Beers Official, Celia Kritharioti, Fendi @christian_dior_couture, dior_jewelery, Valentino Couture, Hedi Slimane, Elie Saab World & Gucci.” JPPS Creative Productions.
HARPER’S BAZAAR UK on the issue : “Our annual Art Issue is back for 2023 – including a special 26-page #BazaarArt supplement – featuring a celebration of creative visionaries and great women artists.”
“Painter and sculptor Maggi Hambling once said she had avoided motherhood because it would have meant prioritizing her baby over her work. In #bazaaruk’s November issue, Claudette Johnson tells us how motherhood affected her own career. ‘I’d have an idea in my head and think, as soon as I get a moment, I’ll jot this down. Then I’d never actually get that moment because domestic life would pull me away.’ As a result, she says, ‘it’s only relatively recently that I’ve thought of myself as an artist.’ Though Johnson’s talent is now getting the recognition it deserves, with a newly opened solo show at the Courtauld (not to mention a powerful Bazaar Art collector’s edition cover this month), it is stories like hers that reinforce my belief in the importance of highlighting women in the art world, who are otherwise all too often relegated to the sidelines.
And so, in our special 26-page art supplement, Bazaar Art, carefully curated by Bazaar’s Features Director @hels_lee, we meet Eva Jospin, who transforms cardboard into fairy-tale landscapes; Victoria Beckham shows us her art collection; and fashion designer Erdem Moralioglu swaps his sketching pencil for a camera to capture his favorite artists, including Jenny Saville and the Turner Prize winners Gillian Wearing and Veronica Ryan.
It’s a particularly beautiful issue, and one that I hope will provide a source of inspiration for your own creative endeavours this month.” Lydia Slater Editor-in-Chief of Harper’s Bazaar UK.
The haute couture & high jewelry shoot was styled by Tania Rat-Patron. Hair by Kazue Deli (Callisto Agency), makeup by Tiziana Raimondo (Home Agency), and nails by Sylvie Vaca (Call My Agent).
GoSee : jpps.fr
17.10.2023 show complete article
JPPS was in charge of exclusive customer portraits for the iconic Swiss leather furniture manufacturer DE SEDE with photographer Christoph Kern in Paris.
Jewelry designer Céline Faraud Luzu @petitemademoiselleparis was portrayed in her Paris apartment with a spectacular DS-600 Snake sofa. Named after a mythical alpine creature, the Tatzelwurm, the DS-600 has embodied the DE SEDE lifestyle for 50 years. With its modular elements that can be expanded to suit every individual taste, it has traveled the world and even found its place in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s longest sofa.
A further portrait was shot by Christoph Kern with the support of JPPS. This time, one of interior architect Viseux Jones @viseuxjones in Cyrus Viseux’s apartment with the DS-707 designed by Philippe Malouin. The flowing, soft transitions combine the postmodern era of Swiss furniture design with the clear, open structures of brutalism which inspired designer Philippe Malouin.
DE SEDE AG is today a leading manufacturer of exclusive leather furniture. What was once a small workshop has grown into a company with more than 110 employees which sells furniture in over 69 countries.
JPPS is a production company based in Paris which is operated by Jacqueline Pusch and John Fanning – both highly active in the area of advertising and fashion photography for over fifteen years. The ambitious German / Australian duo are committed to first-class service with a touch of art de vivre, on location in Paris or also worldwide.
Jacqueline and John are creative thinkers, enthusiastic globetrotters and innovative problem solvers. They contribute their extensive resources and give their full, undivided attention to every shoot, no matter the size or budget.
JPPS produces shoots for agencies, magazines, as well as for luxury & consumer brands including Louis Vuitton, Hugo Boss, Max Mara, Rolex, Swarovski, Hanro, Sunglass Hut, Harrods, Manor, Holt Renfrew, Diesel, Perrier, Grey Goose, Rolf Benz, BMW, Renault, Zeit Magazine, Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire, Grazia, L’Officiel Homme, and Dazed & Confused.
25.07.2023 show complete article