Starting off working with Alexander McQueen, artist Zoe Bradley creates stunning headpieces, dresses, sets and installations working in theatre, fashion and sculpture. She has done the window displays of some of the most prestigious stores around the world, including Harvey Nicol’s, Brown Thomas, Selfridges and many more.
Below are some of her spectacularly designed dresses, sculptures and headpieces that have appeared in editorial work, advertising campaigns and on the runway.
I’ve made up a collage of all the things I love – from magazines to designer wear, shoes, fashion illustrations, perfumes, etc. This is the essence of me…
I am obsessed with this dress by Burberry Prorsum, from their Spring Ready-to-Wear 2011 Collection which was featured on the March 2011 cover of Vogue India. This ‘cameo’ stretch silk Georgette leather trim ribbon dress features layers of uneven folds and black leather straps. Very S&M – bondage chic! Worn by model and actress, Deepika Padukone, the dress was originally shown on the runway by model Charlotte Wiggins. Love Love Love♥
How can you not love all things vintage? From fashion to photography, it is timeless, classic and oh so elegant. Take a look at some of the inspirations that still stand the test of time…
Audrey Hepburn: Brought us the original LBD (little black dress) in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Marilyn Monroe: The introduction of curvaceous style
Vogue: The original fashion bible
Coco Chanel: Timeless classic
Photography: 50′s Dior photographed by Walde Huth
Sally Rand: One of the original burlesque dancers
La Dolce Vita: Devo aggiungere altro?
The original flapper girls
Bridget Bardot: The original beehive-wearing-gap-toothed bombshell
Perfume ads: Elizabeth Arden in the 40′s
Ava Gardner – the original pinup girl