Lovisa Axelsson Hager by Ninja Hanna in “Punk Geisha” for Fashion Gone Rogue

geisha Lovisa Axelsson Hager by Ninja Hanna in Punk Geisha for Fashion Gone Rogue

Punk Geisha – Juxtaposing Japanese influenced style with a punk attitude, photographer Ninja Hanna and stylist Josef Forselius capture eye-catching fashions for FGR’s most recent exclusive. Model Lovisa Axelsson Hager poses in Rågsved, Sweden; wearing the designs of Sonia Rykiel, Cheap Monday and Longchamp amongst others in these striking images. Perfecting the looks, hair stylist Philip Fohlin creates the blonde’s geisha-inspired coif and makeup artist Elva Ahlbin paints her face with rosy hues.

geisha1 Lovisa Axelsson Hager by Ninja Hanna in Punk Geisha for Fashion Gone Rogue

Fur Coat Dagmar, Dress stylist’s own, Leather Tights Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair, Earrings Glitter, Shoes Acne

geisha2 Lovisa Axelsson Hager by Ninja Hanna in Punk Geisha for Fashion Gone Rogue

(Left) Fishnet Sweater BACK, Red Leather Bag Longchamp, Top vintage, Blue Fur stylist’s own, Studded Belt Sonia Rykiel, Black Skirt with Ruffles Maria Nordström, Earrings Charlotte Bonde (Right) Lilac Metallic Bag and Leather Jacket BACK, Ripped Jeans Cheap Monday, Studded Belt Sonia Rykiel, Lavender Blazer Vintage Armani, Beige Jacket with Snake Print stylist’s own

geisha3 Lovisa Axelsson Hager by Ninja Hanna in Punk Geisha for Fashion Gone Rogue

(Left) Black Dress Kim Hagelind, Knitted Turtle Neck Crop Top in White BACK, White Dress vintage, Earrings Glitter, Necklace (worn as hair piece) Cornelia (Right) Fishnet Sweater BACK, Red Leather Bag Longchamp, Top vintage, Blue Fur stylist’s own, Studded Belt Sonia Rykiel, Black Skirt with Ruffles Maria Nordström, Earrings Charlotte Bonde, Stockings Åhléns

geisha4 Lovisa Axelsson Hager by Ninja Hanna in Punk Geisha for Fashion Gone Rogue

(Left) Blazer Acne, Leather Gloves Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair, Dress Beyond Retro, Necklace stylist’s own, Earrings Armani Privé (Right, same top look as left image) Platforms Sonia Rykiel for H&M, Belt vintage, Studded Leather Purse Fifth Avenue Shoe Repair, Sunglasses The Local Firm

geisha5 Lovisa Axelsson Hager by Ninja Hanna in Punk Geisha for Fashion Gone Rogue

(Left) Leather Top Maria Nordström, Dress BACK, Earrings Glitter, Fishnet Stockings Åhléns, Leather Gloves stylist’s own, Belt (worn as neckpiece) Acne, Bag with Chains made by stylist (Right) Fishnet Sweater BACK, Red Leather Bag Longchamp, Shoes with Snake Print Longchamp, Top vintage, Blue Fur stylist’s own, Studded Belt Sonia Rykiel, Black Skirt with Ruffles Maria Nordström, Earrings Charlotte Bonde, Stockings Åhléns
Photographer: Ninja Hanna
Stylist: Josef Forselius
Makeup Artist: Elva Ahlbin @ Agent Bauer
Hair Stylist: Philip Fohlin
Model: Lovisa Axelsson Hager @ MIKAs
Stylist’s Assistant: Daniel G Johansson
Photographer’s Assistant: Kristina Eixenberger


  • Timothy

    Punk Geisha??? I love it! Really creative concept–can’t get much more bold contrast than that.

    (wish the photos were larger though, and the blocks of text below each one is distracting, even though I always like all the styling info.).

  • cervin

    Les bas résille ou collants résille font un grand retour.

  • mvkphoto

    very interesting- love the concept & locations!
    http://www.mvkphoto.com

  • http://romeostyle.com/ Kalyca Romeo

    I love when stylists shows others ways to think outside the box with our accessories (belt as neckpiece, necklace and headpiece) I wanna be stuck in a muddy place dressed in blue fur and big hair!
    Kalyca http://romeostyle.com/

  • http://twitter.com/SilvanaLeBanana Yuris Leidy Crappant

    congrats on the styling!

  • gianna77

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  • http://cbuy.tv/ Christy Fields

    Very creative styling – never seen anything like it before.

  • John

    Great theme but too many chopsticks in the hair, also, it would be far more stunning if it was shot in Las Vegas where the clash of cultures will make superb backdrop!

  • Niggl2001

    Big hair , stunning make Up love love , styling in spot on
    Fabulous work team

  • Terry

    Photography’s all over the place and fashion feels more community theater then relevant and fashionable, the whole crew needs to step it up from model with poses and delivering something that feels believable to photographer that needs to work a little harder with everything from background to model.