Doherty Evans & Scott: Look Book

The slick, sharp tailoring that this upscale menswear store specialises in deserved an equally grown up look book. We used their Inis Meain knitwear to inspire the colour palette, and kept things simple with a clean layout and serif font that worked with the store's existing logo, and would look good on a heavy paper stock when printed. Craig and Andrew were the obvious choices as models - their naturally slender, elegant frames looked perfect in the suiting and sweaters. We shot them in natural light, inspired by the 'Peaky Blinders' echoes that ran throughout the collection.

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Hannah Charlotte: Branding, Website & Business Cards

Hannah had a very specific idea about how she wanted her brand to look. She knew it had to be extremely minimal and functional, yet also feminine and stylish. We helped her develop an existing font for her logo, and then refined her colour palette, deciding upon a chic grey-toned pink for the website and card stock for her business cards. These were then embossed at a letterpress studio on a heavy card to add a reassuringly expensive touch.

ATELIER\VERKSTAD: Branding & Look Book

This new accessories label has a pared back feel with an emphasis on understated luxury. The branding had to be suitably subtle, so we developed a clean, sans serif font based on Akzidenz-Grotesk. The look book was shot using natural light to enhance the natural textures in the products, and we drew colours out of the scarf designs to add minimalistic frames around images.

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