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Honer AKRAWI - Photographer

Swedish photographer Honer Akrawi is a very talented photographer who started working with his agency "New blood agency" in 2008. He has been working with publications like Vouge, Gravure Magazine, Eurowoman, Vision Magazine and has clients like Acne. Honer has such a unique style with his beautiful use of color, form and composition, his pictures are absolutly breathtaking and inspiring. 2010 will definitly be his year, with new and exiting collaborations with magazines.

Honer Akrawi "Behind the scenes" from a fashion shoot 2009.

Sabine Pieper - Fashion Illustrator

Sabine Pieper lives and works in Berlin, Germany.


Iris Van Herpen - Designer

After internships at Alexander McQueen and Claudy Jongstra, Avant-garde designer Iris van Herpen graduated at the ARTEZ Academy of Arts in Arnhem. Having presented in both Amsterdam Fashion Week and Tokyo Fashion Week, her collections were enthusiastically received by the national and international press.
Iris showcases her sixth collection at London Fashion Week for the first time after previously showing in Amsterdam. The talented Dutch designer, known for her exceptional use of material and renewing forms, presents a conceptual collection with a clear reference to the future. Spring/Summer ‘10 explores a relatively unknown field of science, the body’s movement and focusing on the radiations and waves that surround and affect the human body. Iris Van Herpen tries to visualize and control these unseen lines in her work describing them as unseen magnets.


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Indira CESARINE - Photographer

"Carte Blanche" exhibition by INDIRA CESARINE & XXXX MAGAZINE - VISIONAIRS GALLERY - 14, Rue Des Carmes 75005 Paris January 28 – February 10 – 2010

Indira Cesarine was a photographic child protégé, with her first solo show at the age of 16. Over the past 20 years her commissioned work has been published in more than 5000 editorial pages in magazines including British Vogue, French Glamour, L’Officiel, Tatler & Marie Claire among many other titles. In 2009 she launched the multimedia publication XXXX Magazine, showcasing original productions of fashion and vidéo art films. The launch issue, The Kaleidoscopic Issue, featuring 20 original productions revolving around the thème Kaleidoscopic was brought together through the collaboration of more than 100 creative contributors. Her latest exhibition, « Carte Blanche » presented by Visionairs Gallery Paris, is a montage of her latest photographic print and vidéo art works.
“I think that the future of the industry is moving more and more in a multimedia-based direction. I find in the creative exploration working on these different projects keeps me in touch with my artistic identity, which has always been multi-faceted. For as long as I can remember my inspiration has
come from the arts and film influences, so it only makes sense to progress in those directions. One needs to creatively grow as an artist in order to reach your full potential. I will always maintain a strong connection with the photographic side of my work, although I have been finding it really exciting pursuing new directions.” - Indira Cesarine

Irina HEER - Photographer

Irina Heer, alias Lioness was born in Braila, Romania. She attended the Fine Arts high school Hariclea Darclée, where she completed a degree in Scenography. She is now living in Dusseldorf, Germany, working as a freelance photographer. Condidered as one of the world's best emerging fashion photographers, Irina was one of the nominees for the Iconique Societas Fashion Awards 2009 for her stunning editorial" le je n'ai pas le moi".

"le je n'ai pas le moi" MAKING OF Video


Connie LIM - Fashion Designer and Illustrator

The talented fashion designer and illustrator Connie Lim, based in Los Angeles, California, explains her stunning work as her freedom of creative thought, the unseen part of herself. Through her fascinating series of Fashion Playing Cards she created a world of her own, where she placed glamorous girls into playing card themes, deriving inspiration from aged buildings and her love of Gareth Pugh to her feminine images and pieces.

These are amongst the few illustrations of Connie Lim's Fashion Playing Cards series.