Mantsho x H&M campaign

Welcome to the vibrant world of Mantsho x H&M. Creative campaign concept and art direction for the Mantsho x H&M designer collaboration.

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For the launch of its designer collaboration with South African designer Palesa Mokubung’s brand Mantsho, H&M joined forces with Studio Bon to translate the collection into a vibrant omnichannel campaign mirroring the brand’s intrinsic energy and confident style. The global campaign spanned print and digital out-of-home ads, TVC and cinema spots, and social media.

Creative campaign concept and art direction Studio Bon
Photography Ricardo Simal
Director Indra Herö Wide
Styling Gabrielle Kannemeyer


Concept, art direction and production of a pre-runway film to the H&M Studio A/W 2016 Show at Paris Fashion Week.

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The film was aired in the live-stream just before the start of the runway show and is also the start of the official runway film. Footage was also re-edited from the film and aired during the seating before the show.

Director and DOP: Axel Lindahl
Art direction: Johan Avedal
Model: Erika Wall
Styling: Robert Rydberg
Hair: Ignacio Alonso
Sounds: Tobias Larsson
Grading: Hocusfocus
Executive Producer: Krister Ragnarsson
Producer: Åsa Lundgren



Studio Bon developed, designed and produced a concept connecting Fashion Week in Stockholm and Nordiska Kompaniet.

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The concept highlighted five designers that showcased their Autumn Winter 2016 collections at Fashion Week in Stockholm. Continuously throughout Fashion Week, selected garments from each of the five designers’ collections were displayed within an exhibition at the main entrance – Ljusgården. After completion of the full exhibition, a charity auction in collaboration with Stockholm Auktionsverk was initiated in which all winning auction bids were donated to The Swedish Childhood Cancer Foundation.

Designers: ATP Atelier, Busnel, Filippa K, Giorgi Rostiashvili and Whyred
Set design: Tove Greitz and Andreas Frienholt
Portraits: Adrian Levander
Images from exhibition: Studio Emma Svensson