Hooligans Magazine: Star Boy

Junior Style Hooligans Editorial Star boy Kris and Erik

Kris + Erik are the husband and wife photographer/director team responsible for the futuristic Starboy editorial, as seen in Hooligans Magazine. The duo are innovative and transformational visual artists who are relatively new to children’s fashion photography and videography—though you’d never know it by their impressive portfolio, including stunning editorials for La Petite magazine, Hooligans magazine, and several childrenswear brand campaigns. With subjects that are highly involved in the creative process for every collaboration, Kris + Erik consistently create uniquely powerful images, and Starboy is certainly no exception.

For Hooligans Magazine’s special issue 11, themed and titled “Eclipse”, Kris + Erik set out to put together a celestial story using current youth fashions and pop culture influences. Inspired by the futuristic composer Daft Punk, the images evoke a techno-pop and futuristic landscape that also evokes super-hero themes of Tron and Dr. Strange.

The gorgeous fashion film (below)  is an artistic transformative tribute to the Weeknd collaboration with Daft Punk, enjoy!

Junior Style Hooligans Editorial Star boy Kris and Erik

Junior Style Hooligans Editorial Star boy Kris and Erik

Junior Style Hooligans Editorial Star boy Kris and Erik

Junior Style: Hooligans Star Boy editorial Kris and Erik

 

Junior Style: Hooligans Star Boy editorial Kris and Erik

 

Junior Style: Hooligans Star Boy editorial Kris and Erik

 

Junior Style: Hooligans Star Boy editorial Kris and Erik

You can purchase a copy of Hooligans Magazine Issue 11 here.

Junior Style: Hooligans Magazine Star Boy Editorial by Kris and Erik

Photography: Kris+Erik

Art and Grooming: Nora Hess

Models: Mace at Stewart Talent, Jada at The Rock Agency, Declan at Modelogic, Zoie at BMG, Skyy and Brandon at Lilys Talent

Wardrobe: Shan and Toad, Lola and the Boys

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