Tuesday, January 22, 2013


Here's a little something from a editorial shot for Creem Mag by Wesley Stringer

set designer: Veronika Ossi
hairstylist: Cash Lawless
makeup artist: Colleen Runne

The most spectacular part of this story are of course the sets, which were started from scratch for each photo.
 I remember that while doing this job in New York I saw that being a set designer can be quite interesting. I had never thought of this kind of job before but then I realized that designing a set for a shoot can be a really exciting creative process. Much more intriguing than doing the styling.


  1. How beautiful...



  2. looks really great

  3. So fantastic looks! I've heard that vintage will be in in the upcoming spring in this very source:
    Upcoming trends.
    By the way, I followed you up with GFC, it'd be great if you follow me back.

  4. These photos are gorgeous! And I can totally see why, if you have enough creative freedom on a given shoot, set design and even prop styling (especially in this case) could be more exciting than fashion styling. My husband is a filmmaker and I've been lucky enough to work on a number of his shoots, and I'm always surprised at how much teamwork goes into a shoot, and how even a department that at first glance doesn't seem like it would be very exciting, can be super satisfying. Pinning these images right now!