Peter Lindbergh Captures J. Lindeberg’s Fall 2012 Collection in Times Square

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published September 17, 2012

A Tale of the TimesJ. Lindeberg enlists Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) for its biannual photography book featuring the Swedish clothing label’s understated designs. Models Hana J and Andre Feulner play lovers as they walk the streets of New York City’s Times Square in the cinematic portraits. Styled by Michael Philouze, the pair wears relaxed suiting, tailored blazers and autumn outerwear with an elegant ease. / Creative direction by Jorgen Ringstrand, Hair by Leonardo Manetti, Makeup by Virginia Young












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6 thoughts on “Peter Lindbergh Captures J. Lindeberg’s Fall 2012 Collection in Times Square”

  1. I think this shooting was very successful in the way that the photographer was able to turn loud/messy/cheesy/touristy Times Square into an out-of-time place. It’s incredible how he was able to capture the only few remaining interesting things that are left in that place!
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