Launched on 10 November 2000

Here's something we made earlier… In one of Nick Knight’s earliest experiments with 3-D imaging technologies, the photographer used a CT head scanner to capture stylist Jane How’s sweetie-wrapper recreations of Spring/Summer 2000 ready-to-wear collections. The gentle naivety of the confectionery packaging is intentionally offset against the latest cutting edge technology, with its malevolent sci-fi connotations. How’s elaborate pieces included interpretations of garments by designers such as Hussein Chalayan, Comme des Garçons, Thierry Mugler and Yohji Yamamoto. These truly one-off looks were examined in a series of images, an essay by Susannah Frankel and a fashion film set to a music box soundtrack by Fridge.

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Lane Crawford S/S 13

02 February 2013
For Lane Crawford’s S/S 13 campaign Nick Knight set himself the technological challenge of creating a fashion film and images without using any photography.


22 July 2013
Kanye West and Nick Knight collaborate on West's 2013 music video for BLKKK SKKKN HEAD.

Naomi Campbell: Statuesque

25 December 2006
Nick Knight created a 25-foot interactive sculpture of Naomi Campbell for the exhibition SHOWstudio: Fashion Revolution at London's Somerset House...
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