2012

Nikolai Nalu

Posted on May 25 2019

 

2012

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2012 is considered the first year where ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE actually started happening as a clothing brand. Nikolai Nalu made his first designed & produced styles, 100 pieces at a time - jackets, designed hoodies, leather pants for women, T-shirts, bra's etc.

 

BELOW: This is the first neck label ever for RNRP (ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE), probably spring 2012. At the time, Los Angeles wasn't on the table, and since the brand was founded in the center of Copenhagen, this was the authentic way to make the neck label. Founder, Nikolai Nalu moved to New York on May 12th. 2013, and on to Los Angeles in August 2013.

 

BELOW: A young Oliver Bjerrehuus (Danish celebrity model) wearing a sample RNRP cap, at our studio at the time, in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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BELOW: Oliver Bjerrehuus wearing the custom style made for U.s. Actor, Stephen Dorff (see below).
 

BELOW: Founder, Nikolai Nalu (left) with American actor Stephen Dorff in Tel Aviv, Israel, spring 2013. Mr. Dorff was interested in working with ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE, so we were trying to figure out a way to meet. So when Stephen was doing a movie in Tel Aviv, Nikolai flew down there to hang out for 4-5 days, to look into how we could work together. 

 

 

 

BELOW: Saseline wearing the T-shirt "Nina" which has the "Simon's" RNRP print on the chest. Click HERE to shop.
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BELOW: Official photo from the Tank Top "ANSO NUN", summer 2012
 
BELOW: Saseline wearing an early RNRP (ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE) sample. That was the only denim vest we ever made. It was sold at our store in Los Angeles a few years later, and we never made another one. Photo by Nicky De Silva - Produced by Nikolai Nalu.
 
BELOW: The style "Nikolai" was brought to life in 2012. Designed features is the double zippers on the sides, and the zipper all around the hood. The style was later giver to HOMME HOMME PARIS which, like ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE is also owned by the design house, agency & online store, THE BALLET IN PARS.
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BELOW: Saseline wearing our "BRA TWO" and FEMME FEMME PARIS leather pants. Photos produced by Nikolai Nalu - Shot by Nicky De Silva, for ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE.

 

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BELOW: DJ MORTEN BREUM photo shoot in Copenhagen, summer 2012, as he was doing a concert at the legendary venue VEGA. Produced by Nikolai Nalu - photos by Nicky De Silva. See the full session HERE

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BELOW: Oliver Bjerrehuus wearing our custom made hoodie X - This style is made by order, please take contact on nn@rocknrollpeople.com for order enquiries - Design by Nikolai Nalu - Photo by Nicky De Silva

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BELOW: Oliver Bjerrehuus at our studio at the time, wearing our sleeveless T-shirt "Stephen", you can shop it HERE

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BELOW: Saseline wearing the first RNRP tank top sample - Photo by Nicky De Silva - Design by Nikolai Nalu


 

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BELOW - 2 PHOTOS: 1: Behind the scenes at the Anna David shoot, approx 2012, in Copenhagen Denmark - ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE founder, Nikolai Nalu, and Anna David.
2: The front page artwork from the shoot
See the actual full shoot HERE
 
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BELOW: A photo from the "Klam Fyr" photo session, Sep. 2012 - A.k.a. Orgi-E a.k.a. Emil Simonsen fra Suspekt.
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BELOW - 2 PHOTOS: This is the classic female RNRP tank top, here on two different Danish girls in Copenhagen, Denmark. Click HERE or on photos to shop.
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BELOW: One of the first photos, to set the tone for ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE. The photo is taken in Copenhage, Denmark, by Nikolai Nalu

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BELOW:  Maybe the first photo session ever done for ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE Danish celebrity Saseline wearing our T-shirt "Nina"

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BELOW: This photo was first posted on Sep. 24th. 2012.

BELOW: Photo of Nikolai Nalu, first posted on Sep. 14, 2012. Photo by Nicky De Silva.

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BELOW: This photo was first posted on Aug. 6 2012. Danish celebrity singer & friend of Nikolai Nalu, Saseline wearing our tank top "NUN", one of the first styles ever from ROCK 'N' ROLL PEOPLE ever.

 

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