Riri Ring Jacket SS16
We found coffee in India. Luckily it's about the company you keep rather than the coffee itself.
More from camera two woo hoo.
We call this first one "the perfect shoulder". No photoshop necessary with tailoring like that.
I went on a wild indigo dying fabric development trip with Antonio at the end of last year. We were in a very remote part of northern India. I'm not allowed to say too much. Can't WAIT to share more of these, but I've been told to hold off until later in the year.... BUT maybe i'll post a few here and there... "shhh"!
Channelling my inner Steve McCurry (although a little less saturated where we were).
Printed on thick, super matte textured paper. If only we were printing more than 50 copies you'd have a chance of touching it! Sorry! I'll let you know where it will be available to view later.
It's my book so I figured I have the right to sneak a shadow selfy in. And a dirty defender. The island was surprisingly swarming with dusty Land Rover Defender's. So epic and so island appropriate.
In collaboration with Eidos, the next limited edition book (50 copies only) is about to go to the printers. I'll be posting a few of my favorite images over the next few days.
La Casetta In Sabbia translates to "little house in the sand", so we took a much heavier detail & interior approach to this book, as opposed to the epic cityscapes and street portraits of past books (This Is Rome / Faces Of Firenze / Il Cuore Di Pescatore / The Correspondent). Shot in location in a little house nestled on the hill next to the palm tree on the island of Formentera, in Spain.
You can see campaign images here.