In collaboration with @dohunny / I sent over a previous editorial I have shot to Dohurn and he created a mini zine. In his words... “overall i wanted to create a minimal vibe by using elements like register marks
and also moved in the asian direction by using mainly red and black and by incorporating vertical text.”
On the last page he inserted Psalm 139:9-10 in German.
It’s amazing to see what someone does with your work, reinventing and reimagining it. I look at my images in a completely different perspective and I absolutely love it. I’m so thrilled with the result and I’m so thankful to Dohurn for being willing to create brilliant work!
Model: @sinclairdotcom / @firstlondon
Designer: Anastasia Selivanova
Не так давно я по настоящему осознала, насколько я люблю процесс драпировки! Для меня - это момент абсолютной свободы творчества) Есть я, мой любимый манекен и никаких рамок и преград! Все должно происходить очень быстро и импульсивно, как игра на фортепьяно!) Никто не знает какое действие будет следующем и к чему приведёт, но процесс захватывает и хочется заниматься этим бесконечно!!! 🖤 #art #draping #drapingdress #design #designer #fashion #love #picture #photo #csm #centralsaintmartins
With models filtering in and out of doors with numbered placards in hand, audience members sat on the floor in close proximity to the clothes, all encompassed within the Raphael Gallery, this ‘Fashion in Motion’ show felt like a democratised expansion/scaling up of intimate salon presentations of the 1950s.
With perennial debates on the perceived staticity in fashion exhibitions, the @vamuseum’s ‘Fashion in Motion’ programme continues to offer one of the few occasions where dress is presented on a live body in a museum context. While its format is more akin to a traditional runway presentation, it nevertheless democratises the fashion show for the general public (this show was free of charge and open to public). Often using garments straight from a designer’s archive (in this case, students produced work for this performance), ‘Fashion in Motion’ sidesteps conservation requirements that perhaps curb more mobile and animated modes of display in fashion exhibitions. / See more in Highlights ✨
Coinciding with @vamuseum’s currently on show ‘Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams’, ‘Fashion In Motion: Inspired by Christian Dior’ featured works by second year @bafcsm students. The brief was to design in response to the works of @Dior himself – what always is a brilliant way to not only convey a designer’s influence on posterity, but encourage young emergent design. 👏🏼 to the students for putting up such an inspiring show! / see more in highlights ✨
Dear Lewis, you posted that animation and wished me well in my body a matter of hours before I stripped almost naked in front of a live audience. I’m really proud I’ve come so far with my body to be able to do this and I’m really glad that I’m starting to accumulate good people in my life who support my weird silly vulnerable art wholeheartedly (you of course being one of them). My body doesn’t always feel like mine and in some ways showing most of it to strangers makes it feel less like the vessel I live in and more like part of my performance outfit, like I could’ve stripped more and taken my skin off along with a layer of fat if I’d have wanted to. Anyway, this is what my body looks like, not in my mind but in reality, and looking at this reality, without the use of a mirror, quite literally changes my perspective on things. I hope you’re enjoying existing in your body right now, love Colin 💕 #artistsofinstagram #bodypositivity #centralsaintmartins #universityforthecreativearts #uca #ual #csm #queerart #transart #queerswhomake