Ice Blue Eyes – Captured for the autumn issue of Scandinavia S/S/A/W, models Moa Aberg, Stina Rapp and Marikka Juhler take on icy white and blue fashions for the lens of Marcus Ohlsson (WM Artist Management). The girls are styled by Oscar Lange wearing sleek and fashion forward designs from the likes of Maison Martin Margiela, Azzedine Alaia and Kenzo against a city landscape. / Creative Direction by Jakob Hysén Hedberg, Makeup by Anya de Tobon, Hair by Martina Senke
Deeper and Deeper – Gracing the pages of Scandinavia S/S/A/W’s autumn issue, model Julia Hafstrom joins Erik Andersson for an aquatic themed story lensed by Boe Marion. Stylist Oscar Lange pieced together a wardrobe of flowing dresses for Julia and minimal suiting for Erik in the intense, black and white images. Jakob Hysén Hedberg handled creative direction for the shoot. / Makeup by Anya de Tobon, Hair by Dejan Cekanovic
Us Against the World – Posing in the streets of Stockholm, Codie Young carries a bouquet of flowers for Scandinavia S/S/A/W’s latest issue. The Australian model is photographed by Andreas Öhlund wearing layered fashions selected by stylist Oscar Lange. With creative direction by Jakob Hysén Hedberg, Codie dons sneakers, gloves, oversized jackets and hats in neutrals with flowers providing a splash of color to the story. / Hair by Rudi Lewis, Makeup by Anya de Tobon, Set design by Joel Junsjö
A Unique Style – For its autumn issue, Scandinavia S/S/A/W (formerly known as Stockholm S/S/A/W) taps Frida Gustvasson for 5,000 unique covers–one for every issue printed. The Swedish model poses for Andreas Öhlund in black and white wearing comfy fall looks styled by Oscar Lange. Check out thirty-four of the 5,000 covers after the cut but you can see them all on ScandinavaSSAW.com.
Fade Away – Wearing an assortment of laid-back denim looks, models Amanda Norgaard, RJ King, Dorothea Barth Jorgensen and Malcolm De Ruiter look positively carefree in this photo shoot for Stockholm S/S/A/W . Photographed by Marcus Ohlsson (WM Artist Management) and styled by Oscar Lange, the group proves that casual can be cool. / Creative direction by Jakob Hysén Hedberg, Hair by Erika Svedjevik, Makeup by Anya de Tobon
Foggy Days – Tapped for the spring-summer cover story of Stockholm S/S/A/W, models Meghan Collison and Sara Blomqvist rock super sleek and modern looks of the season. With creative direction by Jakob Hysén Hedberg, stylist Tom van Dorpe selects designs from the likes of Rick Owns, Theyskens’ Theory, Tiger of Sweden and Cheap Monday for the duo to wear in Kai Z Feng’s glossy studio images. Straight tresses by hair stylist Erika Svedjevik and understated makeup by Anya de Tobon complete the layered ensembles.
White – Axel Lindahl (WM Artist Management) captures stark contrasts in light and texture in this dark vision for Stockholm S/S/A/W 2012. With creative direction from Jakob Hysén Hedberg, Elsa Sylvan and Theres Alexandersson haunt with their gaze in an uncanny mix of sound and sight. Lindahl plays with tactile contrasts using Elsa and Theres’ faces and textured looks styled by Oscar Lange. The production is dreamy but austere with a touch of nightmare.
No Time for Us – Frida Gustavsson shows off her maternal instincts for the latest issue of Stockholm S/S/A/W, lensed by Andreas Öhlund. Joined by Sadie and Finn, Frida bundles up in relaxed yet sophisticated autumn looks featuring the designs of WhyRed, H&M, Zara and Acne amongst others styled by Oscar Lange. Tousled tresses by hair stylist Henrik Haue and understated makeup by Anya de Tobon complete the family’s autumn outing.
Fall Fever – After taking a look at the covers earlier today, we present the main editorial from the latest Stockholm S/S/A/W starring leading models Aline Weber, Shu Pei, Hailey Clauson and Nimue Smit. The girls were captured by Kai Z Feng and styled by Tom van Dorpe for the new issue. Wearing sleek looks from the likes of Tom Ford, Tiger of Sweden, Kenzo and Prabal Gurung, the quartet shows off their best expressions and poses in black and white. / Hair by Erika Svedjevik, Makeup by Anya de Tobon