This Is Me
 Photovogue
”This story is inspired by a more gender-neutral fashion world, and we want the story to inspire and change the old way of looking at male fashion. This is me, a fashion story where we talk about the future of male fashion, who is currently undergoing huge changes at the moment. We are going toward bold new directions. In the past years women have been borrowing fashion ideas from men, a mix between feminine and masculine. But in todays male fashion, we are starting to see the same, a mix between masculine and feminine. We have for a long time thought that if a women wears it, a man can’t.
And now, I hope that we can remove these thoughts, and play around with what society says is for females and males. This is me, is basically a fashion story where you would be allowed to open your minds,
and perhaps be able to search for beautiful nonstereotypical male images and find loads of them. A future were there’s no difference in style depending on who you are, and were you are allowed to be you.”
”This Is Me” PhotoVogue
“A diversity editorial, that highlights and celebrate the diversity within us. Growing up in a country where everyone looks the same, dress the same I moved to London that has a total different approach. Diversity for me is being allowed to look different, dress different, act different and not being like everyone else.”
”Haphazard”
 Featured in Photovogue and Atlas
”I’ve always struggled to find my style, I’m all over the place, unorganized, chaotic, anywhere and everywhere. At one point I would love to be street smart, sometimes I see myself more as artistic, and sometimes I want to be classic. The editorial will be inspired by a character who plays around with different styles and emotions. We want to show that it’s okey to be yourself and that you can have more than just one specific style:”
”Come As You Are”        Vulkan Magazine & Featured in Vogue Italia & Instituto Marangoni
”A soft grunge editorial highligting our unique style. Come as you are, alternative, raw, honest, real.”
”So You Are, So You Love”
Odalisque Magazine
”The story’s inspiration comes from the Spanish psychology book “Así eres, así amas”, which translates into “So you are, so you love”. The piece presents four different profiles and roles that one may have in a romantic relationship and invites the reader to discover which category they fall into. Our aim is to communicate these personalities in an artistic yet identifiable way. Two female models will be molded into the four characters: the submissive, the antidependent, the critic and the balanced. We will produce a mix of single shots, to present the four profiles, and double shots, where the models will interact according to the level of compatibility between their characters.”
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