I don‘t know where I‘m going from here, but I promise it will be LOVEly ❣️

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Mimi Hocke was born in Hamburg, a City in the North of Germany where she was brought up in the world of fashion photography and advertising, her mother being a model and her father an art director in an advertising agency, she wanted to be an illustrator. In the late 70s she grew up with well-known painters of the figurative and contemporary art movement in West Germany. Being inspired by the arts, music and fashion of that dynamic time and its subculture, she moved to London in the late 80s where she studied at Epsom School of Art & Design fashion illustration and photography and graduated with a Higher National Diploma in  fashion illustration and promotion. During that time she had work experience at british Vogue and I-D Magazine which made her decide to become a stylist.
Having returned to Germany in 1994, Mimi was stagiaire at Marie-Claire and then  fashion assistant at german Vogue. Very soon she was working as a full time fashion editor for several years and then went freelance, moving to Paris in 2020 where she now is based as a freelanced fashion editor and stylist. Mimi gained experience in the fashion industry, working with international well known photographers and high class magazines, such as Vogue, Harper‘s Bazaar, Elle and L‘Officiel as well as working for big advertising campaigns and commercials.
PHOTOGRAPHERS
EXHIBITION

Vogue

Harper‘s Bazaar

Elle

Marie-Claire

I-D

L‘Officiel

Qvest

Icon

Stern

Spiegel

Süddeutsche Magazin

S Magazine

Playboy

New York Magazine

Flair

Gala

Quality

Max Magazine

Pierre Cardin

Joop

Esprit

Hennes & Mauritz

Marc o‘Polo

Mexx

Mercedes

Audi

Hugo Boss

C&A

Deichmann

Stihl Chainsaws

Karstadt

TK Max

Kunert

Wolford

Wella

Nivea

Kihls

Bijoux Brigitte

Triumph

David Sims

Andrew Macpherson

Avi Meroz

Riccardo Tinelli

Stefan Indlekofer

Mark Abrahams

Alice Rosati

Agatha Pospieszynska

Carmen Kemmink

Marco la Conte

Zoltan Tombor

Esther Haase

Laurent Darmon

Dan Smith

Louis Christopher

Iris Brosch

Peter Hönnemann

Thomas Rusch

contact

24h, Jonathan Meese photographed by Peter Hönnemann,

Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Hamburg