The next installment in the bestselling “Selby” series, Fashionable Selby explores the kaleidoscopic world of fashion, featuring profiles of today’s most interesting designers, stylists, haberdashers, models, shoemakers, and more. The subjects include a mix of the avant-garde, the traditional, the must-haves, and the totally unexpected. Chapters on individual artists bring readers inside their studios, workshops, and homes, and include Selby’s signature photographs and watercolors of not only the artists and their environments, but also the things that inspire them, the materials they use, their creative process, the people who work alongside them, and the final pieces. From the showroom of one of the Antwerp Six to the studios of Central St. Martins in London to a punk knitter in Brooklyn, Selby captures some of fashion’s biggest names, rising stars, and best-kept secrets.
Nicholas was born in Takoma Park, Maryland and started taking photographs as a teenager. He moved to Los Angeles in 2002 and began studying photography at Art Center College of Design in 2004. His time is now split between a series of personal projects and a growing commercial practice. He also works in collaboration with creative director Dustin Arnold on a number of his projects as well as an ongoing publication of their own creation. Nicholas has been the recipient of numerous awards and was also included in PDN’s 30 in 2011.
Originally from Budapest, Màrton attended Bàlint György Press Academy (with a major in photojournalism) and Budapest University of Theater and Film Studies, where he graduated with a master‘s degree in cinematography in 2011.
He is currently the photo director of The Room Magazine, which he co-founded in 2004. His editorials have been featured in The Room, W Magazine, Time Magazine, Wallpaper, Muse, Oyster, Bullett, M le Monde and several other leading international magazines. Advertising includes campaigns and catalogues for Carven (fashion & fragrance), Louis Vuitton, Roger Vivier, Furla, Saks Fifth Avenue, Phillip Lim, Cerrutti, Wooyoungmi, Barbara Bui.
Anna Palma grew up in Iceland surrounded by kids and fell in love with
photography through taking pictures of children and fashion. Her process is
organic, she goes with the subject’s energy, making sure they are as comfortable
and happy as can be in the given situation. Kids are who they are, uncontrived
and free, and Anna loves to capture their innocent spirit. In fact its this same
spirit and energy, she seeks when taking pictures of adults.
She has three daughters with fellow photographer and husband Guy Aroch, and
currently resides in NYC.
London-born Lacey studied graphic design at The London College of Printing. Upon graduation she worked for Tim Walker as his first assistant and right hand for five years. These formative years gave Lacey the grounding to launch her own career in 2006. Utilizing her experience in fantasy narratives and conceptual mediums, Lacey has created her own distinct style as a photographer and director; another icon in the making. Leading publications such as Vogue Japan and Details have commissioned Lacey consistently over the past three years to shoot their September and March issues. Global fashion houses such as Dior, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Kate Spade have given Lacey an integral role in creating their branding identity and vision.
Lacey lives in NYC.
Owen Silverwood is unique as he is not only a successful Photographer, but also a Moving Image Director and CGI Artist. Owen studied music production and composition at Leeds College of Music, during which time he fell in love with film and photography. He then moved into the world of a freelancer, working as an editor, a motion graphics animator, a cameraman, and finally, a stills photographer. Owen brings elements of his previous disciplines to the work he produces, as well as taking inspiration from nature and the world of science. Owen’s work combines the technical and graphic, with an aesthetic that is considered, but striking.
Working in directing-duo ‘Bison,’ Owen won Best Alternative Music Video at the Music Video Awards for London Grammar’s ‘Wasting My Young Years.” The video was shot on 35mm film using a homemade camera rig that Bison created using 625 individual pinhole cameras that... Read more