Style City: The Exposed Fashion Shoot 2017!
A day spent discovering the hidden depths of one of the most intriguing buildings in Sheff whilst showcasing clothes as diverse as the city itself; it can only mean the annual Exposed fashion shoot! A dream team of stylists, models and photographers assembled at Moor Theatre Deli to make the most of the unique location, top quality brands and great boutiques we have here in the Steel City.
156-160 West St,
Sheffield S1 4ES
0114 272 6276
293-295 Ecclesall Rd,
Sheffield S11 8NX
0114 268 2062
127 – 129 Devonshire St,
Sheffield S3 7SB
1.1 Krynkl, 318-328 Shalesmoor,
Sheffield S3 8UL
All fabrics milled and all pieces made in England.
101 Division St,
Sheffield S1 4GE
0114 221 9720
97 Division Street,
Sheffield S1 4GE
0114 249 3461
32-34 Division St,
Sheffield S1 4GF
0114 278 7124
For prices, go to www.sa-kis.com
Many thanks to…
Models: Katie Boyle, Dom Gladwin, Ryan Mold, Ewelina Wronska
Stylist: Kelsie Marsden
Hair: Niamh Kavanagh
Proud owner of Gypsy Rose Salon on Abbeydale Road, Niamh Kavanagh is a one-woman band with a huge repertoire of hair and beauty skills to her name; from 1940s and ‘50s pin-up styles to mermaid colours, rockabilly boys, simple trims, bridal hair, photoshoots and everything in between. Simply give her a call or pop into the shop today. Telephone: 0114 438 5827
Make-up: Chloe Gray
Specialising in photographic make-up, Chloe Gray creates unique looks for everything from high fashion to commercial, bridal, video and film. A former model, Chloe has hands-on experience both in front of and behind the camera, and knows the industry inside-out. Head to her website for more details and contact info. www.chloegray.co.uk
Photography: Timm Cleasby
Commercial photographer Timm Cleasby offers a fresh and creative approach to capturing everything from fashion brands to musicians, live music and events, product launches, PR campaigns and plenty more besides. Head to his website for contact details and a portfolio of his work. www.timmcleasby.com
Blog: Kate Mitchell
Capturing the beautifying process, outtakes and quirks of the setting, head here to see fashion blogger Kate’s behind the scenes shots of the big day.
Venue: Moor Theatre Delicatessen
A creative arts space housing everything from a café through to independent productions, poetry, immersive theatre, workshops, music and more – the former Woolworths building is a labyrinth of once derelict spaces that offer up limitless opportunities for the creatively minded. Don’t miss forthcoming festival ‘Let’s Talk About Sex’, from March 1st to April 1st, involving the best independent and upcoming musicals, film screenings, discussions, plays and cabaret, exploring sex, sexuality, gender and identity in all its glory. Head to the website for more details. www.theatredelicatessen.co.uk
Kaleidoscope: Jack Poole – Poile Art
Commissioned by Cosmic Disco for their Winter Carnival with Joey Negro, Jack Poole built this walk-in kaleidoscope to allow revellers at the event to become physically immersed in the art itself. Over seven meters long, the prismatic mirrored tunnel reflects geodesic patterns, which come alive via the use of light and video slideshows.
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