yvonne wigger




Yvonne Wigger is a Swiss photographer, stylist and creative consultant based in Munich.

Alongside positions at renowned magazines such as Elle Germany and GQ Germany, she executed various creative projects for clients in Germany, Switzerland and beyond as a freelancer before joining the fashion department at Vogue Germany on a permanent basis.

Working closely with Christiane Arp and Nicola Knels for five years, Yvonne realized numerous photo shoots around the world, traveling between New York, Paris, Milan, London and Miami. As part of international teams, she collaborated on editorials with some of the industry’s most impactful characters, such as Karl Lagerfeld, Peter Lindbergh, Juergen Teller and Daniel Jackson. Therefore, she accompanied productions from ideation and creative conception through execution and finalization, developing multi-faceted visual stories for photo and moving image. Being in charge of editorials starring models and celebrities like Victoria Beckham, Stella Tennant, Naomi Campbell and Anna Ewers, she helped shape the visual direction of Vogue Germany. Based on these experiences, she established her own visual language and contributed to the creative development and success of Vogue Collection, Vogue's official branded clothing line.

Yvonne typically likes to take an almost sculptural approach to fashion, allowing matter and form to speak and exploring the relationship of seemingly contradictory objects to one another, especially in still life editorials.

Today, she advises both traditional fashion houses and emerging brands on their creative direction and styling department. Her clients include Chanel, Unützer, High Snobiety, Closed, Marc O’Polo and Breitling, among others, and her work has been featured in magazines such as Vogue Germany, GQ Germany, Harper’s Bazaar Germany and Neue Zürcher Zeitung.

With the extensive professional experience she has gathered over the years in the fashion and luxury world, Yvonne has begun to focus on analog photography and realizes curated projects.