It’s been an extraordinary month for ART LOVE AFFAIR’s photographers, whose editorial work was featured by a diverse range of print publications during March.
Andrew Phelps photographed Europe’s oldest bespoke shoemaker, Rudolf Scheer & Söhne, for the March issue of the Wall Street Journal’s WSJ. Magazine. Making shoes and fine leather goods in Vienna for nearly 200 years, Scheer’s list of notable clients has included numerous Austrian and German emperors. Andrew’s photographs of the historic storefront and workshops show that business is still thriving, even if the Habsburg empire is but a distant memory.
Of course the fashion world is notorious for the fast rise and fall of its empires. A twelve-page spread by Jennifer Endom in the March/April Issue of Essential Homme features the dizzying patterns, bold colors, and metallics favored by the reigning fashion emperors of the likes of Dior, Prada, and Versace. These menswear looks for spring dazzle with rich texture and eclectic detail.
And lastly all empires start with a vision. That’s precisely the focus of Paul Kranzler’s cover story about the burgeoning industrial empire of construction equipment firm Wacker Neuson and its chairman, Hans Neunteufel. Paul combined still-life, portrait, and architectural photography for Entrepreneur / Magazin für unternehmerische Kompetenz, published by the Swiss division of global accounting firm Ernst & Young.
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