My Sister’s Keeper – KALTBLUT Magazine


A KALTBLUT exclusive. Photography and Styling by Ivano Trabalza and Neysa Jin. Designs are Siye and Sabrina. Make-Up by Giulia Fioretti unsing Chanel and MAC. Retouch by Antimo Fiorillo.

Ivano Trabalza and Neysa Jin are associates in life and images. Ivano has a enthusiasm for documentary and street photography  Neysa, Visible Arts and Cinema. Shifting from these passions, their work is characterized by the relationship in between candid and created. Their approach to graphic-generating begins with a specific graphic, after on established they capture the times of spontaneity and pause as effectively as defining times of precision. 

Lately they started shooting on film, a medium that problems them to sluggish down and notify their study of an elemental creative follow the place what is used in the image is also made use of to make the picture. In the splendor project My Sister’s Keeper, Ivano and Neysa use make-up to physically block or obfuscate the lense making a dreamy comfortable ambiance. They outline their work as an at any time evolving study, a way to document intimacy and light.

Pictures and Styling by Ivano Trabalza and Neysa Jin / / Instagram @trabalzajin
Make-Up by Giulia Fioretti / Instagram @giuliafiorettimua
Retouch by Antimo Fiorillo / / @noisegrain

Styles: Siye / Instagram @siye_erm
Sabrina / Instagram @__sabrina1097

Brand names of Make-Up applied are Chanel @chanel.splendor / MAC @maccosmetics

Brand names of outfits applied are Breuninger @breuninger / Brunello Cucinelli @brunellocucinelli_manufacturer / Emporio Armani @emporioarmani / H&M @hm / Machete / MaxMara @maxmara / Pagana Gioielli @paganagioielleria / Pupille @pupillegioielli / Idea @concept__


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