Wednesday, 17 March 2010

Prepping Out for our Spring Show

With our Spring Show just around the corner, it's all systems go here at Skinny Dip HQ. Two of our illustrators Marcus Walters and Supermundane have been getting busy one time, creating a window installation and wall mural. If you'd like to see the the unveiling of the work and attend the show on the 31st March please email

Tiffany Page is Out and About

The first of Lawrence Watson's images of new artist Tiffany Page are now out there. Tiffany's got two gigs coming up at the Garage.

Monday, 8 March 2010

Supermarket Sweep

We recently produced a shoot for German fashion brand NewYorker shot by photographer Tony Kelly. The concept was to shoot the models in and around a supermarket, working with all the bright packaging and kitschness you'd expect to find.

We managed to get access to the Co-op in Sidcup where we shot through two weekend nights - it might not sound that sexy, but we put together an ace team including the charming and talented set/prop designer
Matthew Duguid, and to keep us going though the night we
enlisted the very, very tasty Healthy Yummies who dished out the snacks and food from their vintage 50's ice cream van. We heart you guys.

Pictures to follow.

Monday, 1 March 2010

Couture of Duty

Last week we headed down to London Fashion Week to check out our good friend - the stylist Harris Elliott's latest collection for his fashion brand 'H by Harris'.

Harris's desirables come in the shape of bags, jackets, laptop skins and other accessories. All designed with his signature luxury leather and military finesse, for LFW he introduced bright colours into the range, inspired by the Union Jack.

I want one in my life, today, please.

We then bumped into everyone's fave model booker, Dean from D1. He took us to see the Topman AW 2010 show as part of LFW's 'MAN' in which one of his boys was opening.

The show's theme was based on East Berlin's culture and scene, the collection had an militaristic edge against a Techno bangin' soundtrack. The oversized coats with fur collar were a sure winner.