ANDREAS ORTNER realized the latest launch campaign for the restart of the STYLEBOP online shop. In front of his camera stood hotshots the likes of Julian Schnyder, Edge Brendaly Emiliana, Eugenie Lee, and Ulrikke Bo. Styling was taken care of by Elke Dostal, with hair & make-up by Anna Neugebauer and Denise Grundmann. From the client, the photo and film production was supported by Julia Ünlu and Tewe Mass.
With the relaunch of STYLEBOP, Fashion ID is taking a broader online stance while addressing an entirely new target group, according to the company. “The clear orientation towards premium and high fashion taken by the luxury fashion platform represents the ideal complement to the assortment of online retailer Fashion ID,” we read in the press release. “With Stylebop, the company wishes to successfully establish itself on the luxury market and build relationships to suppliers accordingly. Having an extensive portfolio and broad network of distribution channels pays off today more than ever.” The new proprietary brand Stylebop is already being introduced at the relaunch.
As an online shop headquartered in Düsseldorf, STYLEBOP combines luxury fashion with trends from the runway. Among its 150 labels are brands such as Maison Margiela, Kenzo and See by Chloé, alongside progressive brands including Jacquemus and Self-Portrait, or even streetwear favorites the likes of Ami and Vetements.
‘Wonders are everywhere – your only limit is your mind’ is the title of the new F/W campaign for BONGENIE GRIEDER, which ANDREAS ORTNER photographed in Zurich with Art Director Valerie Fromont. “Sometimes you just have to shift your perspective to see the world from a fresh angle, celebrate the power of optimism, the joy of seeing together, and the small pleasures of everyday life.”
Styling was taken care of by Filip Junker, with hair & make-up by Rahel Brady and Nicola Fischer, as well as production & casting by Alexandra Aberli.
BONGENIE GRIEDER has been the go-to address in Switzerland for fashion since over 125 years. On approximately 17,000 square meters dedicated entirely to elegance, the group carries far more than luxury goods – it offers genuine lifestyle. This elegance is also reflected in the pleasant atmosphere of its 15 boutiques located throughout Switzerland.
Andreas ORTNER photographed Kim Noorda, who was styled by Pia Leonie Knoll in modern outfits with a reduced color palette for ELLE Germany October 2020. In charge of beauty was Sina Stoelzle.
Andreas ORTNER photographed Kim Noorda for the the story ‘Blue Break’ in his studio in Munich for the new ELLE Germany October 2020 issue. Styling was in the hands of Fashion Director Pia Leonie Knoll with hair & make-up by Sina Stoelzle.
ANDREAS ORTNER photographed the latest ‘Creating Moments’ campaign in the Alps for PEEK & CLOPPENBURG Düsseldorf together with Art Director Julia Ünlu, stylist Birgit Schlotterbeck and hair & make-up artist Anna Neugebau (production by Luminosa).
Since 1901, Peek & Cloppenburg has stood for first-class clothing. What started out with two stores and expanded into mail order, today boasts a branch network of 68 shops in Germany. Peek & Cloppenburg combines fashion of famous designer brands in just one stop, which can be found in stores or online.