I’m happy to be a featured again in GoSee.us, the European photography news website:
THE NEW FASHION LOOKS IN NYLON MAG – PHOTOS BY CHRIS HUNT
In the beautifully rough outskirts of Mexico City, CHRIS HUNT photographed a fashion editorial for NYLON magazine. In front of his camera: the beauties Ollie and Jess. Styling was in the hands of Alice Gamus & Deborah Torres with hair & make-up by Juan Peralta.
MUNICH MODEL NATALIA BORGES WAS THE SUN-TANNED BEAUTY IN IPRESS MAG – COLORFULLY STAGED BY PHOTOGRAPHER CHRIS HUNT IN MIAMI
In Wynwood Miami, the fashion photographer staged sun-tanned Natalia BORGES c/o MUNICH MODELS for a colorful fashion story in IPRESS magazine. Styling was done by Yael Gitai, with hair by Carlos Vera and make-up by Erika Chrysler.
The Mexican department store COPPEL SA de CV, with headquarters in Culiacan, Mexico, commissioned CHRIS HUNT to make two summer films to advertise the elegant fashion lines Thinner and Rio Beach. Both films were made on location – and of course on the beach in Mexico and in San Miguel de Allende, World Cultural Heritage since 2008. Production support came from Quadro Production.
A fashion campaign for C&A by Chris Hunt Photography
Here are a few images from a fashion campaign I shot for C&A. Now, I know that many of my friends from the USA don’t know much about C&A as they don’t a presence there, but in Europe and Latin America they are one of the strongest fashion brands, competing directly with the likes of H&M, Zara, and others. So, here is a little information about the brand:
C&A is an international Dutch chain of fashion retail clothing stores, with its European head offices in Vilvoorde, Belgium, and Düsseldorf, Germany. It has retail stores in many European and Latin-American countries. Its brands include Angelo Litrico, Canda, Clockhouse, Here+There, Palomino, Rodeo (ski and snowboard clothes), Westbury, Yessica, Yessica Pure, and Your Sixth Sense.
The company was founded by brothers Clemens and August Brenninkmeijer in 1841 as a Dutch textile company, taking its company name from their initials. They were from the German Brenninkmeyer family which traded in linen and textiles since the 17th century from its hometown of Mettingen, Germany.