AK/KRUSE Artist Management
Phone: +49 - (0)40 - 4232 6810
Fax: +49 - (0)40 - 4232 6810
Cell: +49 - (0151 - 41 81 4249
With focus on personal service at the highest level AK/KRUSE curates synergies and enduring work relations.
Many leading fashion brands, companies and media partners have relied on the talent of AK/KRUSE to engage in sparking collaboration of gifted, authentic artists and ambitious clients.
Founder Ann-Kathrin Kruse is fusing her experience of 5 years as a photographers agent and 8 years of managing all aspects of an hair, make-up & styli… read more
Three talented women from Berlin captured the designs for German label ODEEH. Casting Director Gillian WIECHERT’s eye adds a catching progressive look to a selection of German and international fashion houses… The subtle visual style of Sabrina THEISSEN, likewise c/o AK/KRUSE, and the skilled hand of stylist Kathi KAUDER c/o SHOTVIEW have redefined ODEEH’s distinct look. Gillian Wiechert cast two boys and two girls for Marc O'Polo’s young CAMPUS label and a rugged …10.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Christian Stemmler, fashion editor, consultant and stylist, produced a menswear spread in London with photographer Thomas Lohr. The study in tailoring and materials also graces the cover of SLEEK magazine. In addition Christian Stemmler styled the KIOMI campaign images, presented here on GoSee. Photographer: Nacho ALEGRE, also c/o AK/KRUSE Artist Management.10.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
The US American FEDEX campaign, which Stephan ABRY photographed in NYC, can finally be revealed, including the Spring Break image, produced by AK/Kruse for BBDO. The DALLMER images were created in Hamburg for Cologne based agency Meiré und Meiré. Ralf BÜRING, also c/o AK/KRUSE, and his team created the minimalist sets. meireundmeire.de08.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Photographer Nacho ALEGRE simply can’t be pigeonholed, we present a DAVIDOFF Eyewear campaign, which he photographed for SelectNY near Barcelona, a shoot for Zalando’s KIOMI label, which Nacho photographed in a Berlin studio with stylist Christian STEMMLER (also c/o AK/KRUSE) – as well as a LOUIS VUITTON Fashion Special for Spanish HARPER'S BAZAAR.08.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Photographer Raphael JUST worked on yet another successful creative collaboration between the Jung von Matt advertising agency and long-term client MEY lingerie. Stylist Xenia BOUS completed the Spring/Summer 2014 production team and was joined on set by set designer Ralf BÜRING both artists c/o AK/KRUSE. Hair and make-up artist Stelli added her skills to the mix and Anne Weskamp was in charge of casting. …07.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Paris based Thomas KRAPPITZ photographed editorials for DONNA LA REPUBBLICA magazine in the Moroccan desert and in a Paris studio. Check out the results here on GoSee. d.repubblica.it07.03.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Hamburg AK/KRUSE agency on Christian STEMMLER: ‘consultant, fashion editor and stylist Christian STEMMLER has been giving German fashion a good name for many years.’ We present the amazing looks he styled from the MALAIKA RAISS Spring/ Summer 2014 collection, featuring great German model Franzi Müller. And we also have some shots from the Berlin Fashion Week catwalk with fashion from Malaika Raiss, Vladimir Karaleev and Hien Le, which Christian worked for this year.18.02.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
Photographer Thomas KRAPPITZ created an Amish-inspired spread for Italian D LA REPUBBLICA magazine. The location for the shoot was the countryside in Apulia, in the south east of Italy. Thomas also produced another pure fashion story in the sunny white streets of a small town in the south of Italy for the same publication. d.repubblica.it18.02.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article
We present an advert by photographer Stephan ABRY for WELLA Professionals Luxe Oil here on GoSee – as well as a golden editorial for FEINSCHMECKER magazine.17.02.2014 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // SHOW article