Everyone loves Juergen Teller, the fashion photographer who bought the world such exquisite aesthetics highlights as a countryside romp with Kim and Kanye, to Bjork and her child in Iceland, to candid shots of youthful Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss when they were breaking the industry, to iconic campaigns for Sonia Rykiel, Marc Jacobs, Vivienne Westwood, Céline, et al. ad infinitum.
The German photographer’s distinct, über naturalistic, lo-fi style emerged during the 90s and is today one of the most recognisable styles in the contemporary canon. So when Dover Street Market announced a Juergen Teller takeover, pay attention, and expect epic queues.
For one night only a Juergen mini-shop will be opening on the ground floor of DSM, offering fans the chance to get their hands on limited editions ‘Smiling Ed, 2005’ posters and the now cult bag (as made famous by the WINONA print) from IDEA books.
The event by IDEA books is part of the Photo London festivities which will be hosted at the store all week. Find out more here.