Blink Inspiration: Vice Style Visionaries Part 3- Nick Knight

This is the third, and we think very possibly the most exciting of the Vice Style/ Blackberry ‘Visionaries’ series. We hope that you enjoyed our posts on Gareth Pugh and Diane Pernet from this series too.

Nick Knight is among the world’s most influential photographers as well as being Director & founder of SHOWstudio.com the fashion & art internet broadcasting channel.  He has won numerous awards for his editorial work for Vogue, Dazed & Confused, W magazine, i-D, and Visionaire, as well as for fashion and advertising projects for clients including Christian Dior, Alexander McQueen, Calvin Klein, Levi Strauss, Yohji Yamamoto and Yves Saint Laurent.

As a fashion photographer, Nick Knight has consistently challenged conventional notions of beauty.  His first book of photographs, skinheads, was published in 1982.  He has since produced Nicknight, a 12 year retrospective, and Flora, a series of flower pictures.  Knight’s work has been exhibited at such institutions as the Victoria & Albert Museum, Saatchi Gallery, the Photographers Gallery and Hayward Gallery and recently The Tate Modern.  He has produced a permanent installation, Plant Power, for the Natural History Museum in London.

In the video Knight speaks incredibly inspirationally and eloquently about fashion as an art form and the creative force that is Lady Gaga, as well as the current evolution/ revolution occurring within the way the fashion industry is communication and operating. Knight also talks about his respect for and working relationship with the Fashion Director at SHOWstudio, Alex Fury. Knight and Fury have been instrumental in changing the way that fashion is being communicated, particularly through the instantaneous reportage that they produce from the shows, featured on the SHOWstudio site.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G60CoGna9RM

Details- In Tiers

Hopefully tears of joy for these delightful tiers, frills and ruffles. Volume is taking a new turn and we love it when its zoned through considered positioning of ruffles and frills. This adds a new dimension to silhouette in a really exciting way. Build up layers of texture. Play with sheers and lace mixed in with other materials.

Some of these styles have the look of being created on the stand by a pin wielding designer who has spent hours contemplating a toile. If only there was time to work like that!

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Maje

Maje

On/ Off exhibition, London Fashion Week

On/ Off exhibition, London Fashion Week

Sonia Rykiel

Sonia Rykiel

SHOWstudio exhibition, Somerset House

SHOWstudio exhibition, Somerset House

Browns, South Molton Street

Browns, South Molton Street

Graeme Armour at London Fashion Week

Graeme Armour at London Fashion Week

SHOWstudio exhibition, Somerset House

SHOWstudio exhibition, Somerset House