Latest collaborations at V Management

July 15, 2021

Latest collaborations at V Management

As V Management continues to develop, our client list follows suit. We're growing stronger than ever, and managing talents while expanding our production capabilities is at the forefront of our goals.

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We continually work on a variety of collaborations with leading luxury brands, from Dior to Kenzo, and more, check out the latest work V Management has to offer.

Sarah Lysander joined forces with Dior for the #LadyDior bag, shot by our in-house team in London.

Talent Manager, Bashir-Arab-Sanchez: “Working with Dior was a long-term goal for Sarah, and to see it come to fruition has been amazing. She goes above and beyond on all of the content she creates which is evident here.”

Hanna Lhoumeau
worked with ETRO to showcase their new perfume range, #EtroWhiteMagnolia.

Talent Manager, Natalia Karczewska: “Hanna has worked with many leading luxury brands, and ETRO is now on the list. Hanna was beyond ecstatic about this collaboration as she believes in the values and ideals upheld by the brand.

Chloe Lecareux starred in this campaign for Bulgari Parfums, and the theme was inspired by Mary Katrantzou‘s maximalist style, where she posed with a colourful bouquet to portray joy and optimism.

Talent Manager, Samy Samandjeu: “Chloe was especially excited for this shoot as the theme of joy and optimism matched her personality and lifestyle. She was able to express herself in the most natural and authentic way possible.”

For Tom Ford, Sian Lilly showcased their new Summer Soleil collection, available at Selfridges.

Talent Manager, Bashir-Arab-Sanchez: “We worked with a lot of beauty brands with Sian, and in a short time she’s managed to work with the top players in the industry. Tom Ford speaks for itself.”

invited Anja Winkelmann to participate in a masterclass in honour of the new fragrance Flower By Kenzo.

Talent Manager, Natalia Karczewska: “There’s something so simple yet powerful about this shot for Kenzo Parfum. Anja’s minimalistic aesthetic showcases the core message of this campaign: a poetic daring to bring a flower forth in the city.”

V Management has established an esteemed relationship with Liu Jo, and they regularly feature our #VGirls, and have worked many times with Mara Lafontan.

Talent Manager, Samy Samandjeu: “Our relationship with Liu Jo is valuable and important for the entire V Team. Mara showcased their transitory bags that can be worn for various occasions in the #SoLiuJo campaign, and it was one of my favourite collaborations thus far.”

Alicia Aylies wore her natural curls for a collaboration with Kerastase, to showcase their Curl Manifesto range.

Talent Manager, Samy Samandjeu: “Alicia is a talent with many capabilities and has worked with a wide-range of brands. I love this shoot with Kerastase because we see Alicia in her natural look, which she often reveals on her social media accounts.”

Model and dancer Sam Salter worked to showcase the Prada shoes from MyTheresa.Men. He used his dancing skills to pose during the photoshoot.

Talent Manager, George McCarthy: “I love Sam’s flexibility and creative mind – he’s a natural in the studio. It was amazing to see him work his magic.”

Model and tattoo artist Clement Grobotek collaborated with Tod’s for a luxury-casual inspired photoshoot, shot on the streets of Paris.

Talent Manager, Kevin Bonneaud: “Clement has an impeccable and sought-after style when it comes to fashion. This shoot portrayed Clement’s signature looks, while also incorporating the brand in the most authentic way possible.”

BVLGARI and Mary Katrantzou combined their creative forces to design a heritage bag, inviting Jordan Grant to showcase this design, in the colour Topaz blue. Shot by our in-house team, this collaboration was also in line with Jordan’s personal style.

Talent Manager, Bashir-Arab-Sanchez: Jordan had the vision for this shoot as soon as she saw the bag. She secured an amazing location and executed it exactly how she envisioned it.”

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