Mote Sinabel's images with Marcel Castenmiller and Taketeru Kudo in a show
'Her Head Was Full of The Sound of Rain' is an intimate exhibition exploring 4 issues of fashion photography by SOME/THINGS Magazine and its collaborators. Featuring previously unpublished archive images, the exhibition allows insight into the creation of the magazine and the motivation behind its approach to fashion editorials.
Hanging up Rob's work
Violetta Sanchez photographed by Taka Mayumi and styled by Kanako B. Koga
Since its first issue, the publication has reinterpreted the way garments are photographed, making an explicit link between art and fashion content. Drawing inspiration from literature, cinema and contemporary dance, using artists as models, and by gaining exclusive collaboration with designers, SOME/THINGS conveys the emotion and story of its subjects, maintaining a uniquely personal and intimate approach to fashion photography.
Rick Oowens and his team - portraits by Monika Bielskyte
Images of Wong Kar Wai behind-the-scenes with iconic Chinese-Hong Kong actors Leslie Cheung, Gong Li, Tony Leung, and Maggie Cheung by Wing Shya
Some color! Gong Li, Maggie Cheung and Tony Leung by Wing Shya, Hannelore Knuts by Johan Sandberg, Violetta Sanchez by Taka Mayumi and Kanako B. Koga, Olivier Theyskens and Michele Lamy by Monika Bielskyte
The exhibition opening night had a special performance by Sullom Voe
Live performance by Carson Mccoll