DRESS: FELIPE OLIVEIRA BAPTISTA
HANANIA & BRUNNQUELL
Christophe Brunnquell is a compulsive and uncontrollable artist renowned for his obsessive production of dark collages and drawings, also former art director of Purple magazine. Estelle Hanania and Christophe regularly gather and do photo sessions. Their main themes when shooting are masks, ambiguity, double meanings, humour, pleasure, drawings, body, nude and violence. Estelle Hanania, based in Paris she has exhibited internationally and worked with brands such as NOWNESS, Hermès, Vice Magazine, Maison Martin Margiela, Zucca, and more. Her signature modern-yet-primitive style is renowned, imitated globally, and her ongoing collaboration with Brunnquell pushes the boundaries further, blending art, modelling, theatre, and photography.
We have to be inspired by our models. Christophe often uses old portraits of the person to create masks or props in advance to use during the photoshoot. We create in our own bubble, we are three most of the time, but to sum up our process, it is: the bully, the victim and the witness
Together they created a provocative and artsy fashion editorial styled by Ann-Kathrin Obermeyer. The rest of story is available in the print issue, get your copy here.
Styling Ann-Kathrin Obermeyer / Shotview
Stylist Assistant: Charlötte Cargnello
Models: Kadiata Ba, Charlotte Lucot