Projects credited in
- Manolo Blahnik AW15How much do you love your feet? I love my feet so much, that I am always in the search of the perfect shoe for them. Shoes are so important and they look after one of our most valued body parts, the part that suffers the most and that takes us everywhere…our Feet. Manolo Blahnik knows how important it is to spoil your feet with beautiful, elegant, sexy, charming, extravagant and magnificent shoes. His Fall Winter 15 collection takes your feet somewhere else, with a flamenco feel, bold colo
- JIMMY CHOOI currently have the honour of working at Jimmy Choo's global head quarters in London as a Graphic Design Intern. I have worked on various print and digital projects for the company and have had an active influence on creatives such as press day invitations and greetings cards. Working closely with the marketing, press and online departments, I have had the opportunity to create fun but luxurious designs for global distribution. SS16 Milan Press Day invitation One of my first projects at Jimmy Choo. With a concept based on LA's concrete and palm-laden streets we used laser cut elements to create depth and interaction. This project has been featured in wallpaper magazine's SS16 invitation round-up. Chinese New Year Red Pockets As part of the Chinese New Year celebrations in 2016, I was given the task of coming up with a concept and design for red pockets we would be gifting to the asian market. I focused on using calligraphic foiled brush strokes (featured in the SS16 Collection) to create an element of luxury as well as relating to Chinese calligraphy.
- Christian Louboutin, Dover Street, LondonLouboutin Men’s Store, Dover Street, London I have to confess to wishing my feet were bigger. Not a normal desire for a girl, but you will understand when you see the glorious shoes on display at the flag ship Christian Louboutin men's store in London. I was there to shoot the new boutique on Dover Street, which is right in the heart of the fashion district; a stone's throw from Old Bond Street, Mayfair and Oxford Street. It is beautiful in architecture, design and detail, and as always entirely original. I was impressed by the interiors which mix an eclectic combination of fabrics, colours and surfaces; and not a little wowed by the effortlessly cool shoes. If you are in London, it is definitely worth a visit. The store and the shoes are works of art.
- Pattern Design
- Fashion Accessories
- Shoe Design
- Shoe Making