More Beautiful Women

Launched on 13 June 2002

An explicit homage to Andy Warhol’s Thirteen Most Beautiful Women (1964) screen tests, Nick Knight’s film project More Beautiful Women evolved out of an experiment conducted during a commission to photograph the most famous fashion models of the twentieth century for the Millennium issue of British Vogue. Models, from now retired icons such as Marisa Berenson, Pilar Crespi, Marie Helvin, Dorian Leigh Parker, Twiggy, and Penelope Tree to the most famous contemporary names - Kate, Gisele, Claudia, Linda, Naomi - were asked to stand in front of the video camera for two minutes until told to stop. The results are varied and sometimes challenging.




23 January 2002
Focusing on fashion imagery published and withdrawn at the time of the attacks of 9/11, Killed examines work by Raf Simons, David Sims, Nick Knight and more.

Power Of Witches

28 May 2004
A collaboration with Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons, laying bare every step in the creation of a fashion image.

Agathe and Seraphine's House

07 June 2011
Nick Knight and Dinos Chapman shot an editorial for Garage magazine, transforming Lily Donaldson into the uncanny inhabitant of a life-size dollhouse.