I am a recent Fashion Communication Graduate and visual creative based in London. Whilst my specialism lies in styling, throughout my creative development I have garnered an array of skills in fashion image-making, including creative direction, photography and art-direction. I champion the movement towards a balanced equality - diversifying gendered perceptions by reinventing codes of fashion.
- Is she to breathe mama?Within 19th century Western societies, particular modes of dress mirrored the inequalities between men and women. Extreme styles of dress were devised to mould women into the romanticised femininity that is prim and proper, delicate, and decorative - creating an ostentatious attire for the everyday. The image series ‘Is she to breathe mama?’ rejects and re-frames these traditional styles and notions of dress that were instrumental in oppressing and controlling women; they have been re-appropria
- butterThroughout the course of history, the female form has been cinched, censored, suppressed and accentuated all at once, as women have continuously been pressured into fitting rigid moulds. ‘butter’ relieves the female body from exhausted perceptions of one ideal form - An exploration of non conformity, through the appreciation of fluid and unconventional forms of dress. Creative direction, Photography, Styling, Art direction - Tamsin Michael
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