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Telegraph Magazine: Denise Gough

Take a peak at the latest cover of the Telegraph magazine and you will see some new work from us at Studio Invisible! It's always exciting receiving new projects to retouch, but this project had a little something extra, actress Denise Gough! 

The Irish actress, who is set to star in the upcoming production of Angels in America, was photographed by Rebecca Miller on the roof of the National Theatre, London. Oh, and despite the 18mph winds the pair managed to create the beautiful images that we had the pleasure of retouching.

Credits:

Photographer: Rebecca Miller

Magazine: Telegraph 

Model: Denise Gough

Stylist: Ruth Higginbotham

Makeup: Caroline Barnes

Hair: Charley McEwan

Retouching: Studio Invisible

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IMMORTAL

At Studio Invisible we have retouched many interesting and beautiful images photographed by Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones, each project is unique and exciting to work on, so when we heard their work was being exhibited we knew it would be an impressive show.

From February 23rd - March 18th 2017, Whitechapel-based gallery, Gallery 46, held a captivating exhibition of the duo's work titled IMMORTAL. The exhibition showcased images produced by Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones and their collaborators within the past twelve months. Collaborators included impressive names such as Björk, Daria Werbowy, Chris Levine, Alex Box and Iris van Herpen. The exhibition displayed photographic and lithographic prints as well as two film installations, a sculptural piece, and an immersive VR experience.

Their unique style and otherworldly atmosphere to their images gathered them a following of appreciators, a recent review of IMMORTAL in Creative Review praised the exhibition and their work, you can read that here. Here are a few of the images from the exhibition that we had the joy of working on for Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones...

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ALAÏA X Net-A-Porter

Exciting news! ALAÏA have teamed up with Net-A-Porter to deliver the new ready-to-wear collection. The spring range features the designer's signature bold, clean silhouettes and a range of shoes, bags and beauty products to complete the perfect look. Photographed by Raf Stahelin, these images were a treat for us to retouch at Studio Invisible! So, without further ado, here are our favourite final images for the new ALAÏA campaign:

Credits:

Photographer: Raf Stahelin

Agency: La La Land Artists

Designer: Alaïa

Store: Net-A-Porter

Model: Kirin Dejonckheere 

Hair: Daniel Martin

MakeUp: Lotton Holmqvist

Retouching: Studio Invisible 

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L’Uomo Vogue

It's always a pleasure to retouch images from the talented photographer, Tom Sloan, and this recent story was no exception! This editorial for L-Uomo Vogue has that trademark Tom Sloan feel, with muted tones and an edgy main model. For more Tom X Studio Invisible projects check out the At Large Magazine and Boy's Magazine blog posts.

Credits

Photographer: Tom Sloan

Magazine: L'Uomo Vogue

Retouching: Studio Invisible 

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Visit Ireland

If you haven't been to Ireland yet perhaps seeing our recent retouching work will inspire you to do so! The Visit Ireland campaign, photographed by Simon Burch, highlights the diversity of Ireland through landscape images. 

Credits

Photographer: Simon Burch 

Campaign: Visit Ireland

Retouching: Studio Invisible 

 

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Zuzunaga

The latest campaign from Barcelona based, textile store Zuzunaga was photographed by Mark Sanders and retouched here at Studio Invisible! The brand creates timeless, non-gender specific and sustainable home and fashion accessories which are pieces of handmade art in their own right. The bold and colourful designs set against organic backdrops made these photographs an interesting project to retouch and we're excited to show you the final finished images...

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Credits

Photographer: Mark Sanders

Brand: Zuzunaga

Retouching: Studio Invisible 

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Cartier Baiser Fou

There's nothing more rewarding as retouchers than walking down the street and spotting your work proudly on display whether it be a billboard, the cover of a magazine or a shop window! So you can imagine how great it was to see our new work placed centre stage in the Harrods window display.

At Studio Invisible we had the pleasure to retouch some beautiful, floral images shot by London based photographers Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones. The images were for none other than the luxury French brand, Cartier. Spring 2017 will see the release of their new perfume Cartier Baiser Fou, until then here is the released advertising image. Enjoy!

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Credits

Photographer: Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones

Brand: Cartier

Retouching: Studio Invisible 

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At Large Magazine

Sport chic fashion shines through in this recent editorial for the seventh issue of  At Large magazine, titled "At Large Was Here" . Whilst we added a little Studio Invisible magic to these captivating images, shot by the talented Tom Sloan, we couldn't help but to long for warm, carefree summer days.  Check out more images from the editorial here.

Credits

Photography: Tom Sloan

Magazine: At Large

Styling: Julie Ragolia

Hair: Johnny Caruso

Retouching: Studio Invisible

 

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Boy's Magazine

It's all about the boys in our recent retouching work! South London based photographer, Tom Sloan captures moments of British Youth Culture, with a focus on men and their motors.  The British boyracers and their passions for both cars and freedom shine through in this intriguing photo series for  Boy's Magazine.

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Credits

Photography: Tom Sloan 

Agency: LaLaLand Artists

Retouching: Studio Invisible

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Harry's: Winter Winston

Christmas is officially around the corner, marked by the much-anticipated arrival of the John Lewis Christmas advert! Have you started wrapping your presents yet? In the studio, we've been helping the team over at Harry's Grooming to wrap up their new Christmas campaign with some Studio Invisible retouching magic. The bold, clean-cut images celebrate the newest addition to their product list: the limited edition Winter Winston set.

Credits

Brand: Harry's

Photographer: Mark Sanders

Retouching: Studio Invisible

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IMAGE Magazine: November

Immerse yourself in the fashion trends of AW16 through our recent work with photographer, Oliver Pearce. This editorial for Ireland's leading magazine, IMAGE, has got frills, furs, pattern and delivers modern trends with a vintage feel.

Credits

Photographer: Oliver Pearce

Magazine: IMAGE

Model: Nicola Haffmans, Models1

Stylist: Sinead Keenan

Hair: Micheal Leong

Make Up: Zoe Clark  

Clothes : Simone Rocha, Havana Boutique

Retouching: Studio Invisible

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Punk My Couture

Mixte Magazine's N.17 issue just hit the shelves! Celine Bouly stares down your gaze in each of the three cover page options for the winter issue of the magazine. The black and white images show a serious looking Bouly, a strong smokey eye look and three extravagant outfits, preparing you for the striking editorial that's waiting for you inside: "Punk My Couture."

Shot by fashion photographers Warren Du Preez & Nick Thornton Jones, the models took up their best anti-everything poses and gave us some beautiful images to work with. The editorial captures the essence of the title perfectly. Take a look at the full story below!

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Mark Mawson

Today, we get to show you a very exciting portfolio piece we worked on for the renowned photographer Mark Mawson. Mark specialises in shooting liquids and experiments with underwater images.

We find his work magical and couldn’t resist the idea of working together on a portfolio piece.  If you want to be inspired by Mark's creative, colourful images  make sure to visit his website.

Keep up with Studio Invisible work on Instagram here!

Photographer: Mark Mawson

Retouching: Studio Invisible

 

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Inspiration: Bill Cunningham

When Fashion Week commences along with the images of models, designers and the runway, there is always a huge focus on Street Style. The internet is still buzzing with images of street style from the recent Fashion Weeks around the globe and it got us thinking...

Thinking about that one man whose name is synonymous with street style photography, Bill Cunningham.

Bill Cunningham had been snapping shots of beautifully dressed, stylish individuals since the 70's and was a long-standing photographer at The New York Times. It all began with an Olympus Pen-D half-frame that Bill was given by a photographer called David Montgomery. Montgomery told him to, "Use it like a notebook," and that he did.

Sadly earlier this year, Bill passed away but last month his life was celebrated by over 1000 people, including Anna Wintour, Vera Wang and Grace Coddington at Carnegie Hall, NY.  The attendees would have been the perfect subjects for the late photographer, as they showed respect by following the invite instruction "Dress for Bill."

We've been reflecting on the work of Bill Cunningham, there is no doubt that he is in our top 10 influential photographers. When you're lacking inspiration for your photography, look at Bill's work! When you're lacking ideas for what to wear, you'll find tonnes of fashion ideas in his images. And, most importantly when you need encouragement to pursue your life & career dreams, Bill Cunningham's story and images will remind you that it's possible! There are so many amazing shots, but for now, here are a few of our favourite Bill Cunningham photographs.

Bill Cunningham Credit: Unknown

Bill Cunningham

Credit: Unknown

Image Credits: Bill Cunningham / The New York Times

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Le Book Connections

Another busy week at Studio Invisible has flown by! We're taking a few moments to emerge from under digital piles of beautiful photography to reflect on the events of the past couple of weeks.

Last week we made the final touches to our portfolio, gathered up our custom made Studio gifts and headed off to Le Book Connections: London.

In the heart of East London's arts and media quarter, The Old Truman Brewery was the host for this year's Le Book event. The event took place on the 19th - 20th October and for the 12th year in a row it was a hub for creative businesses, drawing in artist management agencies such as SAINT LUKE from London and Skarp Agent of Stockholm, photographers, illustrators and many other creatives from around the world.

Le Book Connections London was incredible, we enjoyed the opportunity to meet, greet and appreciate other people's work. There was much work to be done but we thrived on the positive and fun atmosphere generated by all the enthusiastic individuals that attended. For those of you who we got to meet at the event, it was a pleasure! Feel free to connect with us via our LE BOOK area of the Studio Invisible website here and for those who we didn't get to meet, you can see some of our retouching work on our blog, and in the portfolio sections of the website.

We're looking forward to working with you on your next projects, for any queries or requests you can reach the studio via info@studioinvisible.co.uk

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ELLE Romania

The latest ELLE Romania has hit the shelves and, you've guessed it, that is another cover added to our portfolio. This energetic story, shot by Berlin-based photographer Dan Beleiu, casts Zuzanna Bijoch into the desirable role of The Bond Girl. Move over Monica Bellucci!

Magazine: ELLE Romania

Photographer: Dan Beleiu

Assistant Photographer: George Dragan

Model: Zuzanna Bijoch / D’vision.

Make-Up: Annabelle Petit / ASG

Styling: Tobias Sagner / Calliste Agency

Retouching: Studio Invisible.

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Paris Fashion Week SS17

Another fashion week has come, amazed us all and gone. Paris Fashion Week SS17 was a whirlwind of bright colours, bold new designs and even a robbery at gunpoint. (What's going on world?!) 

As usual PFW didn't disappoint, producing a lineup that included Hermès, Chanel, Lanvin, and Vivienne Westwood. The trends for the coming Spring/ Summer period are set and we're ready to embrace them. 

Frills upon frills. Spring/ Summer wouldn't be complete without them, and in our opinion, the bigger the better. With everyone from Lanvin, Junya Watanabe and Off White to Paskal and Chanel adding a frilly flourish to their lines, you know its going to be a must.

Transparent is back, did that trend even go away? We're not sure, but we are sure about embracing this look in the future. Elegant and beautiful comes to mind when watching the dresses that Lanvin sent down the runway. If you're feeling bold you could adopt the no bra trend too!

Pattern and pinks. Mui Mui stole our love with its 60's style prints and bright, bold colours. However, pink was the colour dominating the runways. From pastel pink to fuchsia it featured in the designs of Vivienne Westwood, Valentino, Céline and Chanel.

Mui Mui SS17 60's wallpaper style prints are in. Go bold, look brilliant. Credit: Indigital

Mui Mui SS17

60's wallpaper style prints are in. Go bold, look brilliant.

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Mui Mui SS17 Credit: Indigitial

Mui Mui SS17
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Mui Mui SS17 Credit: Indigital

Mui Mui SS17

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Vivienne Westwood SS17 Credit: Indigital

Vivienne Westwood SS17

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Lanvin SS17 Transparent never goes out of fashion. Lanvin makes sure it's staying with these elegant outfits. Credit: Indigital

Lanvin SS17

Transparent never goes out of fashion. Lanvin makes sure it's staying with these elegant outfits.

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Lanvin SS17 Credit: Indigital

Lanvin SS17

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Lanvin SS17 Credit: Indigital

Lanvin SS17

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Chanel SS17 Karl Lagerfeld creates a youthful, 21st century collection. Twee meets the digital age. Credit: Indigital

Chanel SS17

Karl Lagerfeld creates a youthful, 21st century collection. Twee meets the digital age.

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Chanel SS17 Credit: Indigital

Chanel SS17

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Chanel SS17 Credit: Indigital

Chanel SS17

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Milan Fashion Week SS17

Milan Fashion Week is drawing to a close today after six days of flare, frills and patterned fabrics!

The fashion elite have been out in full force ready to cast their judgements on the city's top designers, and that quite clearly includes us in the studio! In between working away on our current projects, we've been fawning over what SS17 has in store.

MFW set the stiletto heel high with an opening show from Grinko followed over the days by everyone's favourite Italian designers; Gucci, Versace, MaxMara and Moschino, to name a few... Autumn may just have begun but after MFW our mind is firmly focused on attempting to pull off the emerging Spring/ Summer 17  trends. 

PRADA SS17 Layers and frills, the way to our hearts. Credit: Sean Cunningham

PRADA SS17

Layers and frills, the way to our hearts.

Credit: Sean Cunningham

MOSCHINO SS17 Hollywood pin up meets pop up doll. Credit: Imaxtree / Elle

MOSCHINO SS17

Hollywood pin up meets pop up doll.

Credit: Imaxtree / Elle

MOSCHINO SS17 Elegance in simplicity. Credit: Imaxtree / Elle

MOSCHINO SS17

Elegance in simplicity.

Credit: Imaxtree / Elle

MAXMARA SS17 Channelling Sandra D with a high heel, legging combination.                                       Credit: Sean Cunningham

MAXMARA SS17

Channelling Sandra D with a high heel, legging combination.                                      

Credit: Sean Cunningham

FENDI SS17 Glitter lips, need we say more?                       Credit: Sean Cunningham

FENDI SS17

Glitter lips, need we say more?                       Credit: Sean Cunningham

FENDI SS17 Flower print returns, we're not complaining!   Credit: Sean Cunningham

FENDI SS17

Flower print returns, we're not complaining!   Credit: Sean Cunningham

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