For their AW16 issue, Wonderland magazine stopped by Studio 2 to showcase Chanel’s Cuban inspired Resort 17 collection, photographed by Mattias Bjorklund. The classic tweeds are given a flare of Cuban glamour with a colour palette of vibrant yellows, pinks and blues, while set designer Alun Davies mirrored the nostalgic splendour of Havana with dusty tones of pink and tobacco.
For more on the collection you can see Wonderland’s review at:
Filip Hrivnak is looking good and smelling fine in Elle Man China, shot here at Sunbeam by the lovely John Paul Pietrus. Filip looks dapper in Autumn’s sharpest suits as styled by KK Obi. We were glad to see our wonderful portico entrance made a cameo for Filip’s arrival. You know what they say- in order to make a grand entrance, one requires a grand entrance!
For most people in the know, photographer and all around digital genius Nick Knight has long been synonymous with ShowStudio. And so it was a great honor to host one of his latest projects here at Sunbeam. The project, a collaboration with GARAGE Magazine, encompassed a high fashion photoshoot and a luxury life drawing class.
Nick Knight shot models Molly Bair, Yasmin Winjaludum, Jazzelle, Ruth Bell, Julia Banas and Selena Forrest in Studio one, before each model moved on to the drawing salon in Studio 2, where they were rendered on paper by some of fashion’s top illustrators including Frida Wannerberger, Richard Kilroy and Helen Bullock.
The whole thing was broadcase and viewed by an incredible 1.7 million viewers. The whole project can be viewed here, or to get your very own original illustration, artists work’s can bought here.
Biannual magazine ‘Forget Them Magazine‘, a fantastic open showcase for new style, fashion and contemporary taste stopped by with photographer Tung Walsh to shoot story ‘Transference’ with model Maggie Maurer. The pictures came out beautifully, looking both modern and classical at the same time, their hyper-realistic quality looks almost painterly!
Few names generate as much hype these days as Moscow native Gosha Rubchinskiy. Designer of his own eponymous label and photograrapher in his own right (his book with super-publisher Idea was one of their fastest selling to date) Gosha lent his eye and lens to Topman for their Spring/Summer 2016 lookbook shot here at Sunbeam. Known for his soviet style and unique take on youth culture, the portfolio of images are at once vibrant and muted, wonderfully capturing the laidback Topman style.
They don’t come much better than Bailey. Or Valentino for that matter. So no surprise the Autumn Winter 16 menswear campaign shot here in Studio came out pretty fantastic!
With a collection reminiscent of the Swinging Sixties, the campaign invokes the spirit of the likes of Kerouac, Lennon, Morrison and Dylan. Who better to capture the feeling of their generation than a man who helped to define that period himself?
With a campaign as eccentric and diverse as the collection it showcases, we were very excited to see the final images that were shot here at Sunbeam by bright, young thing Jack Davison. With an eclectic mix of talent- from the legend Guinevere Van Seenus to the new face Ina Maribo Jensen- the result is a sort of magpie mix of beanies, ballgowns and race cars- what could be better?
We are thrilled to befriend a gorgeous collective of extraordinary minds at Novel Beings – an artist owned and run creative agency, exclusively representing conscious creatives for the fashion, beauty and advertising industries. Their beautiful creations share the centre stage with transparency and strong ethical code of practice.
Makeup: Lauren Kay – a Novel Being’s artist Photographer: Dave Wise
Publication: Fisco Magazine
Fashion Editor: Anne Look
Hair: Eugene Davis
The Outnet recently came in to Studio One to shoot a video and produce stills for their recently launched, limited-edition Temperly London range. The 21 piece range features model Liberty Ross and is styled by Alice Temperly. The shoot made great use of the extensive range of props available from Sunbeam Sets and Studio One’s ceiling truss enabled the set team to create the stunning swing shots.
Studios two and three saw Marks and Spencer and a panel of key fashion journalists come in and make a video of the four key looks for SS14. The video makes great use of the fantastic period features these two spaces have.