Karolin is wearing a painted yarn top by Faustine Steinmetz. Bespoke ostrich pom-pom wig by J Smith Esquire. Uncool brooch (mounted on wall) by Bless

Domestic Goddess: The Everyday Imagined Anew for S/S18

Zoe Ghertner and Jane How take the season’s collections into the home

PhotographyZoe GhertnerStylingJane HowTextJack Moss
Lead ImageKarolin is wearing a painted yarn top by Faustine Steinmetz. Bespoke ostrich pom-pom wig by J Smith Esquire. Uncool brooch (mounted on wall) by Bless

A bold new take on the quotidian, Zoe Ghertner and Jane How take the season’s collections into the home for AnOther Magazine S/S18. Here, the archetypal domestic goddess is presented anew, and with renewed sartorial purpose – providing a welcome proposition for never needing to leave the house again. 

Hair: Gary Gill at Streeters using Eimi by Wella Professionals. Make-up: Lauren Parsons at Art Partner. Models: Laurien van der Holst at Jill Models, Vivienne Rohner at Oui Management and Karolin Wolter at Next. Set design: Patience Harding at The Magnet Agency. Manicure: Ama Quashie at CLM Hair and Make-up using Gelish. Photographic assistants: Laurent Chouard and Caleb Adams. Styling assistants: Daisy Toogood, Elle Britt and Tom Grimsdell. Hair assistants: Kirstine Engell and Miho Emori. Make-up assistant: Hannah Wilson. Set-design assistant: Abbey Pearson. Production and casting: Art Partner. Post-production: Studio RM.

This story originally featured in the Spring/Summer 2018 issue of AnOther Magazine, which is on sale now.

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