Creative Agency London


BEAUTY STORIES BYDIA CORREIA

Nádia has created two new beauty stories #techexpressionism and #skinimalism. Nádia explains the inspiration behind the new work:

“Looking at this year’s trends I wanted to create an uplifting beauty story. What beauty needs is true inclusivity #PullUpOrShutUp, sustainability and the return of the make up rebellion #expressyourself. Starting with the new trend of #skinimalism - the new glow up is all about embracing your natural skin and super-minimal makeup. It’s the end of the caked-on make-up look.
This new ‘effortlessly chic’ routine is simple and sustainable.”



NEW SIGNING - JOSH EDGOOSE

We are thrilled to announce that we are now representing the brilliantly creative Josh Edgoose. Josh’s images  focus on the interactions between people, honing in on a sense of British humour and wit by seeking out the visually interesting within the mundane, perhaps otherwise unnoticed moments of the day-to-day.




MUZUNGU SISTERS CAMPAIGN BY ESTER KEATE

Ester was commissioned to shoot the SS21 campaign for Muzungu Sisters; a brand offering ethically-sourced handmade luxury products produced by 20 different artisan communities across four continents.






SKIN BYDIA CORREIA

Nádia’s new series SKIN has recently featured in Hunger Magazine. Here Nádia explains the project:

Skin, texture, exploring touch and the sensorial. We get to go close and be transported into a world of raw and unrefined details. An umbilical relationship with touch and the skin – the organ.

Skin took inspiration from the strange sensation I would get when someone would accidentally touch me this past year. The pandemic has changed the way we relate to one another. The opportunity to kiss or hug a friend is rare these days and Oh boy! I am a hugger. We have lost a bond, a level of connection. I have never felt as confused about human contact as today.

I joined forces with this incredible all-female team, where diversity behind and in front of camera are key. It’s been a privilege to be collaborating with awesome human beings and professionals. Beauty is by my friend and legend Min Sandhu, hair by the kickass storyteller Regina Manseen and styling by the energetic Amisha Kapadia.

The full article can be seen here


ILLUSTRATOR PACO MAY JOINS BOUTIQUE ARTISTS

Our newest addition to the roster is New York based illustrator Paco May, whose work  attempts to confront topics on society, fashion, equality and gender. Paco has mastered methods of working that allow him to create work with complexity and a human touch imbued with colour.


BOUTIQUE ARTISTS WELCOMESDIA CORREIA

We are thrilled to welcome Nádia Correia to the Boutique Artists roster. Nádia creates imagery with compelling narratives by using vibrant colours with women at centre stage. Through her gaze, Nádia constantly seeks out a connection to her cultural heritage and identity, having been raised in Lisbon within a half-Mozambican, half-Portuguese family.






W I T H I N BY ESTER KEATE

W I T H I N  the book  by Ester Keate will be out in April, with all proceeds going to Endometriosis UK. To order a copy, click the link www.another.boutique/shop


ANOTHER BOUTIQUE LAUNCHES

Another Boutique is an online exhibition space for the artists represented by Boutique Artists. The first exhibition, W I T H I N by Ester Keate launches today, coinciding with Endometriosis Awareness Month. The project focuses on 18 women suffering with endometriosis and the physical and emotional scars they bear.



GO HOME SERIES BY ABDULLA ELMAZ

In Abdulla’s latest image from his personal series Go Home, he explores the idea of mental stability whilst living through lockdown. 

I couldn’t help but relate it to a rollercoaster of emotions, of never knowing when it will end with the highs and lows, the freedom then the rules. So I wanted to create the feeling of being on a rollercoaster.”

Abdulla goes on to explain how the series came about and how it was created in lockdown:

“This series is about making up for lost time, I had plans to travel this year and shoot many talents but then COVID hit and changed it all. I contacted some of my friends I wanted to shoot this year and we collaborated on making this series.The idea was that I create a set, and photograph myself in it, I then would send the talent different poses and they then would recreate the pose, I then put them where I was and make it look like I shot them in my bedroom.”