Bea Szenfeld Dresses the Royal Swedish Opera Company with ‘Haute Papier’

Bea Szenfeld Dresses the Royal Swedish Opera Company with ‘Haute Papier’

Polish-born, Stockholm-based fashion designer Bea Szenfeld has blown us away in the past with her collections such as Sur La Plage and her ‘Haute Papier’ on the runway in 2014. Now she has taken her origami-inspired fashion to the theatre in a collaboration with the Royal Swedish Opera, featuring a collection of dancers modeling her whimsical costumes.

Bea Szenfeld Dresses the Royal Swedish Opera Company with ‘Haute Papier’
Bea Szenfeld Dresses the Royal Swedish Opera Company with ‘Haute Papier’
Bea Szenfeld Dresses the Royal Swedish Opera Company with ‘Haute Papier’

Bea Szenfeld, along with creative agency STOCKHOLM GRAPHICS and photographers Karolina Henke, Carl Thorborg and Stina Wirsén produced an incredible photo campaign for The Royal Swedish Opera, where dancers and singers from the opera’s talented troupe were photographed wearing pieces from Szenfeld’s Haute Papier collection. The troupe’s vibrance adds life and motion to these sculptural creations. The collection is now on display at Stockholm’s Dance Museum, where musicians and dancers can be seen photographed in unexpected, almost surreal settings. The campaign was directed by Pompe Hedengren, creative director at STOCKHOLM GRAPHICS, who was invited by the Swedish Opera four years ago to reinvent its visual identity.

Bea Szenfeld Dresses the Royal Swedish Opera Company with ‘Haute Papier’
Bea Szenfeld Dresses the Royal Swedish Opera Company with ‘Haute Papier’
Bea Szenfeld Dresses the Royal Swedish Opera Company with ‘Haute Papier’

via Yatzer

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