Deichkind an editorial by Feli & Pepita. Scroll down for a Q & A with Feli & Pepita.
Q & A with Feli & Pepita.
JS: What does ‘Deichkind’ mean?
FP: First of all Deichkind is a made-up word and the name of a famous German Electro and Hip Hop Band. The word describes a kid, that lives close to the sea or rather a dyke. We felt it suits perfectly to our story because it describes our model that lives on a small island.
JS: Where did the shoot for the editorial take place?
FP: It was on a tiny little island in Greece, called Donoussa. We went there to relax some days, before going to Athens for a photoshoot. We had all the collection with us and when the weather changed and clouds were coming up, we found perfect conditions for shooting the Fall/Winter clothes we brought. The only thing that was missing was a model.
JS: How did you find your model?
FP: There are around hundred people living on the island of Donoussa and less than ten children are going to the small island school. We were very lucky that the daughter of the owner of our apartment agreed to model for the shoot. Even though she was modelling for the first time and we didn’t even speak the same language, we were absolutely thrilled by her performance.
Slide 1 – Soft Gallery Raincoat.
Slide 2 – Soft Gallery Raincoat.
Slide 3 – Image 1 – Soft Gallery Shirt, Falke Tights, Kenzo Rainboots.
Slide 4 – Kenzo Jacket.
Slide 5 – Kenzo Cap.
Slide 6 – Givenchy Top.
Slide 7 – Soft Gallery Overall & Bumbag.
Slide 8, Image 1 – Young Sole Boots. Image 2 – Soft Gallery Overall & Bumbag.
Slide 9 – Soft Gallery Raincoat, Soft Gallery Shirt, Falke Tights, Kenzo Rubber Boots.
Slide 10 – Soft Gallery Raincoat.
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