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26// the youth

I love Acne Paper. I love the size, the touch (matte paper), and the above all the content. The Roe Etheridge + Marie Chaix story Cries & Whispers surpasses the ‘fashion story’. These beautiful images feel more like a painting or a film still with their composition, colors, suggestiveness, and tension. Sometimes you never know where your work will show up, I have worked closely with Marie Chaix over the past year and while these custom made ombre/tie dyed fringe dresses were made for another story originally, this result is such a spectacular surprise. Thank you Marie and Acne Paper.

25// underneath it all

Karl Templer and his team has always been so wonderful to include custom pieces in where they can. Customized tshirts may not be adding dramatic flair here but they are a base layer of these extraordinary silhouettes. Imogen Poots has always been an actress who I couldn’t wait to see more from after V for Vendetta, especially in a fashion context, she has an extrodinary face, and this is it. Thank you Karen and Elin

Imogen Poots – Interview Magazine June/July 2011 Photographed by Craig McDean, Styled by Karl Templer

24// double the flavor double the fun

Custom made Tie dye BUBBLEGUM pieces featured in the SS11 DOUBLE MAGAZINE

Styled by Marie Chaix

23// the garden

We shot the Stewart Brown summer collection in one of my dad’s favorite local spots, the sculpting studio and garden Art City.  The colors popped against the floral at night and on the beautiful Charlotte Carey. Art Direction, Textile and Clothing Design, & Styling

Photos by Nicholas Haggard

22// saint honore

My white slashed bathing suit in Emmanuelle Alt’s first issue of Paris Vogue!

April 2011, Story shot by Hans Fuerer and styled by Marie Chaix

Such an honor

21// cut cut cut

My custom made red slashed and fringed dress worn with Christopher Kane suit. The colors in this are the most sublime I’ve seen since I can remember.

Vogue China  March 2011, Photographer Sundsbo, Stylist Marie Chaix


I’m equally as proud of Harold Kuhn and Stacey Clark for their amazing New York Fashion Week debut and thankful for getting me involved. Odilon’s Persephone waltzed in with tough glamour like it was nothing.  – Illustration and Styling

And watch our friend and amazing make up artist Will Lemon ||| at work

19// co-llaboarte

Two of my dear friends, Justin and Stephanie, launched their line CO for fall winter 11, a smart and chic line of furs, silks, and leather for effortless girl on the go. I loved working with them to style their first video ‘trailer’ lookbook. Screen shots below

You must watch the video if you haven’t seen it yet, you’ll wish there were another 2 hours of it.

Italian Vogue write up

18// Spring awakening

Spring is just now coming out! I got my cargo pants today! I’m so happy with how everything turned out – take a look.

Art direction, textile and apparel design, styling, and graphic design

See the whole thing –  and Shop the collection!

17// Fall, and Falling into Holiday

For Fall 10, I styled the Stewart Brown collection photoshoot, and put together the visuals  for fall collections 1, 2, and holiday, giving each delivery its own world through graphic design and illustration

part 1: see the whole thing

part 2: see the whole

holiday: see the whole thing

Super Sweet and Cute Write up on Holiday Collection at

16// why don’t you stay for the summer

Summer shoot – shot around Ventura, for Stewart Brown – art direction, styling, illustration, and graphic design. see the whole thing here

15// watercolor galore

One of my first projects for Stewart Brown was to reinterpret their spring 10 photoshoot. Here are some highlights – see the rest here

14// party time

Black fringe jeans in Acne Paper #10, photographer Anthony Maule, stylist Marie Chaix

13/ Super Shredded

Custom dyed and shredded tees for Marie Chaix in Teen Vogue May 2009, photographed by Daniel Jackson

12// Tie Dye

Custom dyed and shredded tees for Marie Chaix for Italian Vogue April 2010, photographed by Richard Burbridge

11 / self service spring10

Shredded tees, bodysuits, and tights and a customized Burberry trench

Self Service spring 2010, Photographers Hans Feurer and Roger Deckker, Stylist Marie Chaix

10// Myspace, yourspace

Here I made hand drawn ‘tattoo’ tights, bodysuits, tanks, socks, and customized tshirts.

Interview Magazine February 2010, Photographer Craig McDean, Stylist Karl Templer

9/ the september issue

It was such an honor to have the accessories I made in this story and on the covers! I embroidered the gloves and arm warmers seen throughout.

Vogue Italia September 2009, Photographer Steven Meisel, Stylist Karl Templer

8// last interview

Thesis collection and interview on Last Magazine Website
Photographer Amy Troost, Sylist Alastair Mckimm

7/ the last

A customized web tshirt

The Last Magazine Fall 2009, Photographer Amy Troost, Stylist Alastair McKimm

6// bubble wrap

For the June 2009 issue of Italian Vogue I crafted jackets, tops, and skirts out of clear plastic and bubble wrap.

Vogue Italia June 2009, Photographer Steven Meisel, Stylist Karl Templer


5// Survival Mode

For the April 2009 issue of Italian Vogue I was asked to disassemble, deconstruct, and re-imagine a whole wardrobe for the cover story.

Vogue Italia April 2009, Photographer Steven Meisel, Stylist Karl Templer

4/ interview dec. 2008

Designed custom floral pattern, embroidered onto tights for shoot

Interview December 2008, Photographer Anthony Maule, Stylist Karl Templer

3// the lineup

sketch of collection & image from parsons selected exhibition  – April 2009

2// cold shoulders

photos by Nadav Benjamin

1// the thesis – cold shoulder

COLD SHOULDER – Fall/Winter 2009

A Fall Winter collection for the extremities of the darkening season. On occasion, in the dead of winter  you need an extra boost of energy from the vibrancy of bold color, on the other hand sometimes the only comfort is to disappear in the shadows in head to toe black. Sometimes your shoulders need an embellished defense to keep company away, and yet when they are bare they are asking for an embrace. I wanted to make clothes that not only related to one another, how they stacked and created new imagery, how they related from the wearer to observers and companions, but mostly clothes that moved and created a visceral experience and evidence of the wearer’s action.

I graduated from Parsons with a BFA in fashion design in May 2009/

photos by Nadav Benjamin


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