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Princess Julia interveiw

The first lady of the London fashion scene, editor at large for Man about town magazine and ID magazine writer. HRH Princess Julia styles her own Rokit Vintage looks.

Photographed by Matt Ford. Makeup by Tazmin.

Princess Julia

It was short lived, but high impact. The Blitz kids era made an unforgettable stamp on fashion history due to their heady days of experimental and truly original fashion. During their reign in 1979-80 their style was unreachable to some but some how made a lasting influence on fashion to this day. Post punk, the underground and forward thinking sexuality they flaunted (now known as The New Romantics) made it into popular culture and since then there has been no looking back.

Since being a major player in this scene, Princess Julia, has carried on this attitude for freedom of style and has continued to influence a more experimental vision of what personal style should be about.

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“I don’t care if people say it’s a DIRTY word.

Because I think FASHION and style, those two things, are intrinsically linked.”

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Ayesha for Rokit Vintage

Model and muse Ayesha McMahon selects her favourite vintage looks from Rokit HQ.

“I’m relieved that these days career paths don’t have to be so linear- people have the freedom to try out different things, and with freelancing and working part-time you can carve out multiple careers for yourself.”

Video, photographs and makeup by Matt Ford.

“I’m really determined that I should be the one wearing the clothes and that the clothes shouldn’t be wearing me. I never want to feel like my style’s forced or that I’m trying to be something that I’m not so I just go for whatever suits my vibe and fits my body.”

The Art Show SS13.

(Words originally from Purple Revolver)

A dazzling cocktail of Hollywood, a modern choir, a D.J troupe and art collections from four Liverpool artists heralded the arrival of Liverpool Art Month at Camp and Furnace.

THE ART SHOW Spring/Summer 2012 blasted out of the furnace with fire, passion and energy, masterminded by artist Matt Ford and Liverpool’s Dot Art.

If Liverpool sophistication was a currency it would have to be Millie Dollar. Although not performing at this Art Show (Millie stunned the Art Show crowd at the Autumn/Winter event with her Burlesque charm), Millie floated around the venue like a star from 1930’s film noir, with a slick sensuality.

Actor Alan Cummings was on hand to interview the participants for an up and coming show about regional culture, to be broadcast this Autumn on Sky Atlantic.

Sense of Sound heightened the atmosphere with a set of soul lifting tunes, followed by the melodic mesh of Cantmix,Wontmix,Shdntmix,Dontmix to energise the crowd and really get the cultural bash booming.

Matt Ford showcased two new catalogues of work: The LIVERPOOL Collection and The BRUISE Collection.

With the Liverpool Collection, Ford boldly separated the Three Graces into a triptych, the norm is to package the three individual jewels in the Liverpool Waterfront crown all together in one canvas.By isolating the pieces of Architecture, Ford focuses on the individual splendour and beauty of each of the iconic buildings.

The highlight of the collection has to be the eye piercing image of the Cathedral, looking like it belongs to a medieval archive.

The BRUISE collection takes inspiration from a new local play of the same title on the subject of domestic violence.

The works highlights Ford’s exploration of taking inspiration from one medium (fringe theatre) and see what happens when the two synergise.

The signature piece based on the Psychological Ink blot test was snapped up within the first hour of the exhibition by celebrated International dress designer Philip Armstrong.

BLACKSOUP’s surreal comic book images of Liverpool being attacked by giant robots are executed with technical skill and humour.

JOHN WHITELAW’s pieces on Liverpool consist of words surreptitiously hidden in the composition, reminding the viewer of the wealth of talent and excellence that makes up the pool of life.

DANIEL JOHN’s take on Liverpool breathes life into the new buildings cropping up in the metropolis.

A calm collective of colour littering the canvas in an experimental style. All four artists succeeded in offering a new vision of the Liverpool landscape.

The Camp and Furnace venue was the ideal choice, as it is distinctively a part of at Liverpool’s historical heritage, but not afraid to embrace the new.

The whole evening epitomised the current position of Liverpool, rising Phoenix style out of the ashes, this little port is ready to again take its place back at the head of the world stage.

The Three Graces Art Liverpool

Watch the Art Show featured On Sky Arts City Secrets.

Benna Jewellery was established in 2009 by Benna Harry, Jewellery designer and former fashion stylist.

My commision for the lookbook included a six beauty shots and a selection of product shots.

The lookbook was featured as a pull out for Elle Magazine subscribers.Jewellery lookbook Photographer

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Avant Premiere

To celebrate the launch of the Avant Premiere pop up boutique in Soho I was commissioned to shoot this editorial. Summarie swimwear Jacket XeniaMatt Ford Photography

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The latest Philip Armstrong collection has been featured on The SS15 collection was shot by Photographer Matt Ford in the Philip Armstrong showroom.

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