Since the January issue of Harper’s Bazaar NL will be in stores today, we can publish the perfume series we made for the December 2018 issue. Here it is!
Let us proudly present: Objet D’amour. The images above are ‘Style’ pages from Harper’s Bazaar NL, that’s the Dutch edition of the glossy. There are 7 visual perfume stories in total, all starring high-end perfumes. Both Penhaligon’s and Imaginary Authors are brands that are new to us, the fun and quirky packaging was a joy to work with, they suit our style. Styling and photography by Mimi Berlin, text by Maroesja de Ruyter, beauty editor of Bazaar NL.
We finally got hold of the September issue of Vogue Italia yesterday (5/10/2017). Vogue Italia is our favorite out of all Vogue’s, and we weren’t dissapointed with last month’s “Roma” issue either.
from the Ad Arte editorial.photo by willy van der perre (vogue Italia September 2017
Caravaggio, Deposition from the cross, circa 1600-1604 Oil on canvas, 300 x 203 cm
We, at Mimi Berlin, think the most stun-ning series in this issue is the Ad Arte! edititorial, in which photographer Willy Vanderperre paraphrases paintings by Caravaggio (with styliing done by Olivier Rizzo) The photo above is made after ‘Deposition from the cross’ painted by Caravaggio around 1600. That’s want we wanted to share with yous all today! Have a nice one! xoxo Mimi Continue reading →
On the cover of WOTH Wonderful Things Magazine nr. 4
The newest issue of WOTH Wonderful Things Magazine is now in stores. The cover was made by us at Mimi Berlin together with Mary Hessing, of WOTH Magazine, and photographer JW Kaldenbach! It’s Mimi’s first cover ever!
Styled with a monumental pants made of wool by Collectie Arnhem 2017, pink plastic crates (from a secret place) The Standard chair (Vitra). Presentation ring by Bob Van Dijk. Well Watering Can by Menu and the Gloriosa flowers by Linda Nieuwstad. Of course there are much more images like this inside to enjoy!!!
What a stunning editorial in the Vogue Paris December 2014 issue! Models Elizabeth Erm and Magdalena Frackowiak are displayed as Barbies in a box, photography by Giampaolo Sgura styled by Claire Dhelens & Celia Azoulay. (via wilhelminanews)