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featured by ICONIC : ‘Fall Timelessness’ - Jana Tode photographs Nina HEIMLICH c/o ICONIC for DONNA Magazine

We are delighted to present you the absolutely versatile – she is after all an actress, artist and model – Nina HEIMLICH c/o ICONIC here with her beautiful editorial for DONNA Magazine. The spread was photographed by Jana Tode c/o 70seven. The topic: laid-back looks in warm hues.

Nina Heimlich has already lived and worked in Paris, New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C. – and now calls Berlin her home. She has worked with several of the most successful photographers in the world, including Helmut Newton, Peter Lindbergh, Steven Klein, Steven Meisel, Arthur Elgort, Patrick Demarchelier, Juergen Teller or even Miles Aldridge.

Styling: Kirsten Wortmann, hair & makeup: Tinna Empera c/o Nina Klein.

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17.10.2023 show complete article


featured by Uwe Koerner : Spring feelings in the anniversary year – UWE KOERNER realized the U1 spread for WÖHRL MAGAZINE

90 Years of WÖHRL. Photographer UWE KOERNER realized the U1 spread for WÖHRL MAGAZINE. The Creative Director responsible was Stefanie Schimoni c/o NUTS.

“Spring fever in the anniversary year – from new must-have brands to luxury beauty or even sustainable fashion. Just as colorful as the product range and shopping worlds from WÖHRL are the photo spreads for the magazine realized by nuts kreativ. Photographer Uwe Körner staged the newest looks for the Spring/Summer campaign in shimmering settings and with floral highlights.” NUTS.

The content of the magazine was conceived by Nuremberg-based magazine nuts, founded by Christian Greiner and Tobias Zepf, true from the very beginning to the principle ‘digital first’. Video reels with the models and influencers of the campaign were produced on set and used across WÖHRL’s various digital channels. The ‘Flower Power’ hype thus also spread on social media and contributed to the conversation. As an additional highlight, the clips are also played on the 27m high XXL LED wall at WÖHRL in Nuremberg.

Rudolf Wöhrl SE is a German clothing company with headquarters in Nuremberg, which was founded in 1933 by Rudolf Wöhrl. In 2016, the company filed for bankruptcy, and in a bidding process, Christian Greiner, the grandchild of company founder Rudolf Wöhrl and chairman of Ludwig Beck AG, won the bid and acquired all remaining stores in May 2017. He was supported by his father Hans Rudolf Wöhrl, proprietor of the Intro Group. A little over a year after the takeover, Rudolf Wöhrl SE was once again in the black. The Wöhrl Group has 30 store locations today, mainly in southern Germany.

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CREATIVE DIRECTOR nuts communication / Stefanie Schimoni
STYLING Mads ROENNBORG c/o Louisa Artists
HAIR & MAKEUP Sven Ohlsen c/o Bigoudi

01.06.2023 show complete article


featured by BOSCHtoBANRAP : Iranian Solidarity – Deutsch VOGUE supports the Freedom Movement with an IRAN Special, photographed by Neda RAJABI c/o BOSCHTOBANRAP

“Beyond excited and happy to have contributed to this beautiful act of solidarity and empowerment in these overwhelming times, when most of us feel helpless. Capturing the incredible warm and powerful energy of this day and pointing out the uniqueness of every single protagonist was what I was striving for.” NEDA RAJABI, photographer c/o BtoB.

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08.01.2023 show complete article