We have collaborated with Richard Orjis on our Winter 2014 campaign.
Richard photographed celebrated contemporary New Zealand dancer Thomas Fonua.
He was captured moving in a classic black tuxedo and the image was manipulated using the technique of collage.
The process reflects the cutting and placing of fabric in clothing construction and power of clothing to transform.
I like the idea of the artist interpreting our product from a purely visual perspective rather than the traditional styling perspective.
Richard's work hangs in our Sydney showroom and I've always been a huge fan.
He is represented by Melanie Roger Gallery.
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