Launched on 13 December 2001

On 10 and 11 December 2001, nine top models arrived at The Metropolitan Hotel to participate in the first ever global, live-streamed fashion shoot. Stylists Simon Foxton, Jonathan Kaye and Sidonie Barton dressed the sleepover attendees in a mixture of vintage garments and fashion from Spring/Summer 2002 collections including Yohji Yamamoto, John Rocha, Boudicca and Hussein Chalayan. The girls had their hair, make-up and nails groomed and were put to bed in their separate hotel rooms.



Sittings: Thirty Men

01 April 2005
Over April 2005, Simon Foxton styled male models as 'living magazine pages' and seated them in front of a webcam in a 30 day live streamed editorial.


20 December 2000
A project about privacy, celebrity and surveillance; Nick Knight captures Supermodel Kate Moss in voyeuristic action from a Madison Avenue skyscraper.


10 November 2000
In this atypical ode to the Spring/Summer 2000 collections, stylist Jane How's wearable sweetie-wrapper constructions meet Nick Knight's 3-D scanner.