Photography by Jasmin Storch and fashion by Josephine Bergqvist.
Meeting Iris van Herpen for the first time two years ago is a moment in my life I’ll always cherish. It was a beautiful spring evening in Amsterdam and Iris, my partner and I sat down inside this quiet restaurant, which looked almost like an English pub. With candles burning on the table and subdued lighting, it was weirdly romantic. We ordered pasta and red wine, chatting away and enjoying our food. It was definitely not your usual interview set-up, but then again, there is nothing predictable about this Dutch designer. By Philippe Pourhashemi
The image of her in a mohawk, with multiple piercings, a laptop under her arm, has made a strong impression; one that will be difficult to shed in the next decade. But in the wake of the brilliant and nuanced portrayal of the heroine Lisbeth Salander in The girl with the dragon tattoo, comes a breakthrough with a string of leading roles directed by some of the most prominent names in film today. ”When I get into a role I become a combination of Noomi and the character. We merge into one. My body follows my mind and adjusts accordingly,” says Noomi. By Antonia Nessen
Photography by Ninja Hanna and styling by Christopher Insulander. Click for details.
From the latest printed issue of Contributor Magazine. Photography by Peter Gherke and beauty by Anya de Tobon. Click for details.
The latest print issue of Contributor Magazine features actress Noomi Rapace on the cover photographed by Magnus Magnusson and fashion by Editor-In-Chief Robert Rydberg.
Actress Noomi Rapace on the cover of our latest issue, out now. Noomi wears a total look by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy. Directed and photographed by Magnus Magnusson, fashion by Editor-In-chief Robert Rydberg, music by Oscar Tillman and video edited by Dan Sjolund, hair by Dejan Cekanovic@LinkDetails, Beauty by Sophia Eriksen@AgentBauer, Photography Assistance by Ninja […]
Photography by Matthias Sparreskog, make up by Sophia Eriksen and hair by Dejan Cekanovic. Click for details.
For this issue, we have discussed lost paradises and the possibilities in fashion for dreaming up new realities. While people are less likely in our era to imagine future utopias, and are rather more fascinated by the supposed realities of different dystopias, fashion is a landscape based on a never ceasing need for extraordinary imagery. The dialogue between identity and different places is a characteristic of these experiments with image flows, and a theme in our vision for the fall and winter months of the season of 2011 and 2012.
Photography by Matthias Sparreskog, Make up by Sophia Eriksen and hair by Dejan Cekanovic. Click for details.