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With its clean lines, high ceilings and ample use of natural materials, Emmanuel de Bayser’s apartment in Berlin is the epitome of modernist living. His eclectic mix of furniture, including pieces by Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret, inspires a sartorial silhouette that’s equal parts muted and bright.

Styling Assistant Billy Lobos
Hair and Makeup Dirk Neuhofer
Model Monique at Nevs Model Agency

  • Photography:
    Pelle Crépin
  • Styling:
    Carolyne Rapp
  • Casting by:
    Sarah Bunter

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  • Photography:
    Pelle Crépin
  • Styling:
    Carolyne Rapp
  • Casting by:
    Sarah Bunter
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