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- 'The fashion industry will be brought face-to-face with its narrow standards of beauty during London Fashion Week, through a unique collaboration between world-renowned photographer Rankin, designer Steven Tai and the charity Changing Faces. The Portrait Positive project, conceived by Stephen Bell, will challenge perceptions of beauty through a series of striking images of sixteen different women with visible facial and bodily differences. Shot by Rankin and dressed in designs by Steven Tai,
- When the Crumb team were approached by Gareth Pugh + Carson McColl to work with SAKEEMA on a project in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, we knew the results were going to be incredibly powerful. Their short film 'On The Pulse Of The Morning', features Sakeema and the inimitable words of Maya Angelou shot and was Directed/Produced by Carson + Gareth. ‘History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced, with courage, need not be lived again’ Featured on ShowStudio +
- This season, in a move that is becoming synonymous with the Gareth Pugh brand, the London-based designer invited his audience to the BFI IMAX for an exclusive screening of this fashion film, edited by Art Director Younji Ku, in lieu of the traditional catwalk show. Nick Knight and Gareth Pugh continue their longstanding friendship with a film that expresses the intensities of Pugh’s collection for S/S 18, as conceptualised by Knight, Pugh and Carson McColl. French philosophical artist Olivier de Sagazan interacts with Pugh on both a physical and cerebral plane, pushing the boundaries of fashion imagery in their collaborative work with clay, water and paint. Katie Shillingford styles looks from Gareth Pugh’s S/S 18 collection against a set by Andy Tomlinson. A sea of bodies choreographed by Wayne McGregor surge together whilst Tessa Kuragi is encased in gold foil. (SHOWstudio) (Role: Production Assistant)
- Gareth Pugh’s collection for A/W 17 presents a ferocious expression of female resistance in the form of monolithic, dexterous garments. Filmed amongst brutalist concrete apertures beneath the streets of London, Nick Knight and Younji Ku’s fashion film reflects Pugh’s austere vision of a world on the precipice of anarchy.
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