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


03 July 2015
The faces of seven supermodels are immortalised in pinpressions in this playful project, dug up from Nick Knight's archives.

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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