In the life of an editor, there is nothing more exciting than conceptualizing and producing a fashion shoot. In the five years since we have launched Savoir Flair, I have had the pleasure and the privilege of working alongside some of the most notable creatives in our industry, but it is my relationship with my constant co-collaborators, the world-renowned photographer Jeremy Zaessinger and celebrated stylist Amine Jreissaty, that comes to mind the most.
Jeremy, Amine, and I have worked on countless productions together, working on editorials that have often been historical and groundbreaking for our industry – such as our couture photoshoots, which cement us as the first-ever online publisher in the world that shoots the couture collections.
It makes me indescribably proud to present to you our most passionate project yet, a story that beautifully illustrates Savoir Flair’s history as turn a milestone five-year anniversary, but which is also testament to the fruitful relationship I have with two of the most incredibly talented people I know.
Photographer Jeremy Zaessinger Stylist Amine Jreissati Editor-in-Chief Haleh Nia Photographer’s Assitants Matthieu Boutingnon, Baptiste Mourreiras Set Designer Cedric-Cyrill Collogne at Iconoclast Set Design Assistants Eddy Costa, Anne Batistella Makeup Artist Eny Whitehead at Callisté Makeup Assistant Masae Ito Hair Stylist Tie Toyama at Callisté Hair Assistant Junko Togashi Production Assistants Anne-Laure Ducauchuis at West Duc
Female Models Ciara at Ford, Camille at Silent, Sophia at Next, and Matilde and Elsa at M. Management Male Models Jean L, Nicolas H, Julian de G, Lucas M, and Tomas G at Bananas Ballerinas Marie Lou Durand, Noa Hagel, Darina Shevchenko, Maya Candeloro, Ines Vebole, Cassandre Leblanc, Delphine Frich-Langlois, and Alice Barretta-Hacquin at Institut Stanlowa