Fred Butler

Art Director

Butler is a London-based props stylist and accessories designer with her own company, Fred Butler Style. She works with art directors, stylists and photographers to create imaginative one-off pieces for fashion editorials. Her work is characterised by the inclusion of everyday object to create a kitsch yet elegant aesthetic.

Butler he has made accessories for clients including Lady GaGa, designing her blue telephone headpiece featured in her video for her song 'Telephone' with Beyonce. She has also designed for singers Björk, Beth Ditto and Nicki Minaj. As part of their 2012 Olympic celebrations, sportswear company Adidas, chose Butler as one of nine designers to take part in ‘Miadidas Customisers’, a real-time art project uniting artists and designers with athletes and fans from around the world to produce unique customised shoes embodying a winning moment at the Games.

Butler is a London-based props stylist and accessories designer with her own company, Fred Butler Style. She works with art directors, stylists and photographers to create imaginative one-off pieces for fashion editorials. Her work is characterised by the inclusion of everyday object to create a kitsch yet elegant aesthetic.

Butler he has made accessories for clients including Lady GaGa, designing her blue telephone headpiece featured in her video for her song 'Telephone' with Beyonce. She has also designed for singers Björk, Beth Ditto and Nicki Minaj. As part of their 2012 Olympic celebrations, sportswear company Adidas, chose Butler as one of nine designers to take part in ‘Miadidas Customisers’, a real-time art project uniting artists and designers with athletes and fans from around the world to produce unique customised shoes embodying a winning moment at the Games.

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