The Ever Changing Face of beauty ipad app was conceived by fashion photographer Sølve Sundsbø, and styled by Marie Chaix, for W magazine in partnership with P&G Prestige and created at Spring Studios.
5 x 5k Epic cameras shot simultaneously over two sets, the first capturing the talent and the second concentrating on the various elements which were layered on top of the central characters. Two bespoke music tracks were mixed by
James Lavelle. Download on itunes now
To launch the first Louis Vuitton jewellery boutique on Paris’ Place Vendome, Spring were asked to create an external hoarding to conceal the building during renovation.
Spring considered the new Louis Vuitton studio front as a unique opportunity to use the space in a more creative way, devising an abstract branding concept. Based around the formation of star constellations, thousands of tiny dots would replicate the stellar environment whilst mirroring the Parisian cityscape by night.
Spring designed and develop an iPad app to showcase the brand’s Scribe shoe customisation service.
The brief was to create an interactive digital platform upon which Bally customers could create and order their own version of the iconic Scribe shoe. The aim was to portray the luxurious quality of materials used and the intricate handmade manufacturing process, whilst celebrating Bally’s worldwide brand integrity and heritage. Download Now
Commissioned to Spring before the first iPad came out, British Vogue wanted to be among the first to translate their magazine to tablet. The brief was to reproduce the entire content of the print magazine onto the digital platform and combine this with additional moving image.