Ohlman Consorti just rebranded fashion’s most prominent edition
Vogue Paris is no stranger to facelifting it’s identity. This time, Ohlman Consorti are responsible for a brand new apperarance premiering in its first Spring/Summer 2015 issue. “In the history of all of the most prestigious fashion magazines, it’s a tradition re-think form, to shake things up in order to better highlight our strength of character: a unique and subjective angle on fashion, our luxury DNA, beauty expertise, bold approach, cultural choices, and of course, the stars we represent on the cover like no-one else” writes Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Emmanuelle Alt, in her February 2015 editorial. Developed by the duet of Pierre Consorti and Zachary Ohlman, the rather bold rebranding is another fine example of work from a Paris based creative consultancy which, since 2012, is specializing in advertising, brand identity, editorial, packaging and digital media for the fashion and cultural industries alike. Having worked for A.P.C., CR Fashion Book, Dior, Patrik Ervell, Playboy, Revillon, Shakespeare and Company, Sony Music, Steidl and YSL, Pierre Consorti and Zachary Ohlman are once more on top of their game, using typography as a means of exploring ideas and seeking inspiration far beyond any trend. Check more of their stunning portfolio here.