About Chris Hunt

http://www.chrishunt.com

Chris Hunt is a fashion and advertising photographer, based in New York, Los Angeles and Mexico City. Originally from California, he has spent the last 15 years living and working in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Moscow and across the United States. Beginning his career as a photojournalist, Chris then moved into fashion photography after working as a model agent for several years in L.A. He has recently broadened his portfolio into film, directing TV commercials for fashion and lifestyle brands. Chris balances outstanding creative talent with an impressive level of technical expertise, delivering impeccable professionalism and work of the highest quality with a relaxed and friendly attitude. On the rare moments he is not in his studio, Chris can be found pedaling his road bike through Italy, SCUBA diving in the South Pacific or riding a motocross bike in the mountains of California. His advertising clients include Google, TELCEL, Mitsubishi Automobiles, Pond's, Samsung, GNC, Chevrolet, Knorr and Garnier. He also works for fashion and beauty clients such as BCBG Max Azria, Herve Leger, Forever 21, bebe, ALDO, Nine West, Macy's, GAP, Banana Republic, Wet Seal, Arden B., Jockey International, Avon, Liverpool, Skechers, Fox Girls, Billabong, Stila Cosmetics and C&A. His work has been published in international magazines including VOGUE, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Interview, Maxim, Surface, Men's Health, Nylon and InStyle. High profile clients include sports stars Maria Sharapova and Wayne Gretzky and rappers Ludacris, Ice Cube and 50 Cent.

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Rag & Bone’s Fall 2017 Campaign Features Lottie Moss and Selah Marley

Rag & Bone’s Fall 2017 Campaign Features Lottie Moss and Selah Marley
Rag & Bone is taking bold strides to revamp the traditional ad campaign. As part of their fall 2017 campaign, the NY based label tapped famed fashion photographer—Glen Luchford—to shoot an array of fresh new faces and rising talent. Among the stars featured, was newcomer—and half-sister of iconic model, Kate Moss—Lottie Moss. The lineup also included Lauryn Hill’s daughter, Selah Marley, as well as musician-turned-model, Staz Lindes.
When asked about the project, CEO and founder…

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Source: V Magazine

Rag & Bone’s Fall 2017 Campaign Features Lottie Moss and Selah Marley

Lanvin Announces New Artistic Director

Lanvin Announces New Artistic Director
Following the surprise departure of Bouchra Jarrar, Lanvin has appointed a new creative director: Olivier Lapidus.
The house has struggled to find its footing since Alber Elbaz’s exit in 2015, reporting a 23% drop in sales in 2016. Jarrar’s stint was short lived: 16 months compared to Elbaz’s 14 years.
The incoming Lapidus was previously creative director for Balmain Homme in 1985, and currently runs his own label, Creation Olivier Lapidus (described as an e-couture brand). It’s likely…

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Source: V Magazine

Lanvin Announces New Artistic Director

McQueen’s Nephew Gary James Releases Printed Scarves

McQueen’s Nephew Gary James Releases Printed Scarves
Graphic designer Gary James McQueen, nephew to the iconic late designer, is releasing a line of printed silk scarves as “a tribute to Lee,” with whom he worked alongside from 2005 to 2010.
In a short clip posted by Hilary Alexander, the graphic designer featured a film in which “an angel-type entity is reflecting back on its life through a star,” then dies and “disperses energy through the universe.” The video itself represents a visual manifestation of the cycles of life, death, and reb…

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Source: V Magazine

McQueen’s Nephew Gary James Releases Printed Scarves

London Fashion Week Alters Schedule to Give Journalists a Rest

London Fashion Week Alters Schedule to Give Journalists a Rest
It’s not just the designers that are feeling fashion burnout. Yesterday, Caroline Rush announced that the British Fashion Council in conjunction with the Council of Fashion Designers of America are altering London Fashion Week’s schedule so that there will be an extra day for journalists and editors to get to London after the New York shows.
With mounting pressures and accelerating product cycles, the question of mental strain and exhaustion on the part of the designers has been broached for…

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Source: V Magazine

London Fashion Week Alters Schedule to Give Journalists a Rest