In adherence to strict measures and a hygiene concept, 70seven already produced in the greater Hamburg area again in mid May. Two fashion productions are wrapped up, and the producers are now busy preparing the next big production in June. Two further clients have now announced projects for July. At the moment, 70seven is producing in and around Hamburg on location fulfilling each and every wish when it comes to local destinations. Whether beaches, industrial buildings, modern architecture, blossoming parks, vibrant street scenes or what ever else might be in the brief.
The response to 70seven’s sustainability concept has been extremely positive so far. Non-returnable bottles and plastic cups have been completely banned meanwhile and replaced by bio-degradable or recyclable products. The use of gasoline generators is kept to an absolute minimum. But that doesn’t mean the team has to do without the finest coffee specialties or electricity for hair & make-up though – thanks to sustainable solar technology.
Before the Corona lockdown, 70seven was in Morocco to prepare and support a photo production for C&A. Kristina Voit photographed the motifs in fantastic locations in and around Marrakech under the creative direction of Andreas Dujmovic/MBS. (models: Africa Perez, Elizabeth Valdez & Jona Gudbjoerg, styling: Phuong Lam, hair & make-up: Sven Ohlsen).
In Hamburg, the 70seven team produced a photo shoot for PEEK & CLOPPENBURG Düsseldorf on the topic of ‘Weddings’. Photos were shot by GoSee member Michael Berger with Creative Director Max Gadatsch/MGDB (female model: Carolin Lossberg, male models: Isaac Carew & Tom Webb, H&M: Anna Neugebauer & Carolin Jarchow, styling: Ulrike Holtschlag).
For CLOCKHOUSE from the company C&A, they scouted different locations in Cologne on the Rhine and supported production. The photographer was Marco Klahold for the agency MBS.