London-based set designer and prop maker Kerry Hughes creates bold geometric worlds of paper for her still life set designs. With the trend of DIY influencing design and fashion, Hughes’ handcrafted techniques feel closer to pop art than made by hand. Combining a playful spectrum
Marsha Golemac, a Melbourne based creative, (and a totally inspiring one at that), specializing in styling and installations, uses her eye for straight lines, simplicity and shape, to create beautiful imagery.
It’s not exactly a secret, at Trendland, we adore prop stylists and set designers alike. Here’s a closer look at Aliki Kirmitsi, a Cyprus born, London resident and freelance stylist who believes “that to work as an interior stylist is to continuously be working on the communication between space and objects, whilst exploring their story.”
Niklas Alm together with set designer Marisa Fjärem, created this totally unconventional campaign for Swedish shopping mall Bromma Blocks.
T rendland recently had a conversation with Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto, the outstanding designers behind Studiopepe, about Italy, inspiration, and style.
Photographer Ben Toms and stylist Robbie Spencer teamed up with set designer Janina Pedan to create the surreal and minimalist world which provided the setting for their mens fashion editorial, Animal Haus, in the June issue of Dazed + Confused.