BTS | Lifestyle Photoshoot
We wanted to do a photoshoot for our launch that depicted the fun and enjoyment that comes along with doing a puzzle. The feeling of squeezing in around the table when 5 people are working on one puzzle and the personal zen that comes from working on one alone.
We found the most insane house in Brooklyn that we were able to rent for the day for our shoot. It was built by a couple who still live in it today and have kept it in pristine condition. Since vintage puzzles of the 60s, 70s and 80s were the inspiration for the brand it only made sense to carry that aesthetic into our photoshoot. This shoot will live in Le Puzz infamy.
Above: Behind the Scenes at our first big Le Puzz photoshoot!
Above: Tidbits from the day!
Since vintage puzzles of the 60s, 70s and 80s were the inspiration for the brand it only made sense to carry that aesthetic into our photoshoot.Check out Series 1
We were so lucky to get to work with the most incredible group of talent both in front and behind the camera. The beautiful faces you see all over the website are Haydee Rosario, Monet Maxwell, Chloe Seibert, P.S. Kaguya and Aja Grant. Haydee is a major fashionista and iconically referred to as the #DivaFromTheBronx. She’s a model and actress and if you’ll believe it, a mother of 5! Monet can literally do it all. She’s a fashion stylist, creative director, concept developer, model among other things. She has an iconic laugh and brings so much joy to any project she works on. Chloe is an artist and activist not to mention hilarious. She makes giant sculptures that very freaky in the absolute best way. She also helps run local Astoria Mutual Aid as well as The People’s Bodega, an awesome “mobile supply unit feeling the revolution for free”. P.S. Kaguya is an incredible model, body activist and singer. She promotes self-love and body positivity and has accumulated a large following from her treasure trove of photo dumps and amazing memes. Aja, holding it down for the puzzle dudes. Aja is a music producer extraordinaire who’s worked with artists like Mac Miller. He plays keyboards for Phony Ppl, a five-man musical group who recently did a song with Megan Thee Stallion.