Lone Sigurdsson is a sculptor who has worked in art, fashion and film. After studying art history and fine art in Demark and sculpture at Chelsea College of Art, she worked in the props and display industry where she sculpted body pieces for 'Platee', performed by The Royal Opera at The Barbican Centre (1997). Sigurdsson did commissions for the artists Kerry Stewart (1995-8) and Rose Finn-Kelcey (1998) and has produced sculptures for window displays including Harvey Nichols, Selfridges and Walt Disney. She also sculpted Egyptian jewellery for the film 'The Mummy' (1998) and exhibited in The British Council's 'Sense of Identity' show (1999). However, it is for her work in fashion that Sigurdsson is perhaps best known. She has collaborated with Hussein Chalayan for three years, producing some of his more sculptural designs, such as the Tree Tulle dress of 2000. Lone works in plasticine for her initial maquette, a technique she developed into 'Plasticine' for SHOWstudio.