Recently we traveled to Berlin and Stockholm to work on an exciting new project with eBay fashion - styling new looks for them as well as being in their 'street style' campaign. See below for the 'making of' video!
Helga Paris, born in 1938 in Gollnow was best known for her melancholic photography in Germany in the 70's and 80's. One of my favorite groups of work from her were known as 'Berlin Teenagers'... reflecting memories from her own childhood.
Anya Phillips was one of the first punk models and was involved in the NYC punk scene in her early twenties, while working as a dominatrix. In her short lived life, Anya was the manager and girlfriend of New York-based musician James Chance (aka James White)and was also the co-founder of legendary New York nightclub the Mudd Club. Her influence on the fashion, sound and look of the New York-based No Wavescene of the late 1970s, continues to be in fashion today. So much a part of the scene, she was a friend and designed clothing for Debbie Harry and was also involved in New York City's late 70s underground film scene, appearing in Amos Poe's The Foreigner in 1978. There's a Mudd Club story that she punched out a girl cause she didn't like the way she was dancing...a real New York kind of girl.
We never seem to get tired of talking about Anita Pallenberg, Italian born actress, model and fashion designer. She dated Brian Jones and later Keith Richards and spent a lot of time influencing the Rolling Stones' androgynous looks. Not only does her stlye sense live on, but she's been a great influence on us! enjoy...
Anita has inspired several Stones classics...
'Angie, I still love you, remember all those nights we cried,
All the dreams we held so close seemed to all go up in smoke,
Let me whisper in your ear:
Angie, Angie, where will it lead us from here,
Oh Angie, don't you weep, all your kisses still taste sweet,