I was approached by stylist Katie Rose to supply a couple of pieces for a film for which she was styling for The Good Fashion Show. You can barely see a pair of my trews, but nevermind, the film is most evocative. It is the work of photographer Claire Pepper.
I loved the texture of the work and the feeling it gave me of the preciousness of the moment and the simplest things. The thoughtfully styled work juxtaposed muted tones with strong ones; sometimes neon, sometimes primary, sometimes pastel shades which was enthralling and gentle at the same time. It showed the power of film and fashion that made me want to see if I could do this one day with my work. I confess to green evangelism lethargy and how ineffective and preachy it can be. Yet, this voiced my own feelings about cherishing everything and seeing the beauty in it; however modest. The modest is to be prized and this film shows the beauty of it.