The Iman design is a part of our Noctcaelador collection, which examines the detriments of light pollution on both plants and ourselves through the medium of design. The name ‘Iman’ roughly translates to mean ‘faithful person,’ – we wanted to use names that could exist within the world of the Arabian Nights tales.
Iman uses the image of a man and woman flying on a horse, within it, you can see colours of deep burnt orange and the spidery Leucaspurnum flower, circling infinitely, peeping through the tile tessellation. This design is available as either an 80cm square silk scarf or a fringed top, as seen in the gallery.
Behind The Scenes
Concept, Construction and Artistic Directors – Tim & Nia Hobbs AKA LuvShifting : Photographer – Matt Sills : Photographers assistant – Jack Daly : Model AND Graphic Designer of Collages- Alice Isaac : H&MUA – Marie Jacks : Seamstress – Ana Espina Design : Fabric Graphic Design finishing AND product shots – ldmDesign : Access to Clarence Pier – Zoltan Banyi : We had a late delivery on this collection as we needed a bit more fabric so you’ll also see a photo of a courier and the driver with Tim. Tim then had a very late one getting this garment made ready to shoot on day two.
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