Incandescent Meta-morph-incessant by Fred Butler;Fashionable!

Fred Butleris a props stylist and accessories designer based in London. Directed by Elisha Smith-Leverock and styled by Kim Howells her a/w 2011“Incandescent Meta-morph-incessant” collection pieces, are mixture of colorful geometric shapes and luminescent materials unite with the dreamlike visual aesthetic of the director to create perhaps this great fashion film.

Incandescent Meta-morph-incessant Fred Butler A/W 2011 directed by Elisha Smith-Leverock from Elisha Smith-Leverock on Vimeo.

Fred works with art directors, stylists and photographers to create imaginative one-off pieces for fashion stories to enhance the aesthetic of a shoot. Her work is characterized by the inclusion of everyday object to create a kitsch yet elegant aesthetic.

Fred said about the project:

“I’ve stripped back use of layering materials and concentrated on the purity of paper and paper folding. Shapes and silhouettes employ a new technique developed in my ongoing exploration into origami. On a recent trip back to my favorite haunts of China Town NYC, I realized that origami is an infinite craft of possibilities with no limits. My new collection is an experiment in pushing these boundaries utilizing both the top and bottom conflicting surfaces of structures for contrast in texture.”

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