Stay warm this winter
We have recently had a number of clients come in with products that will keep you cosy and warm through the winter months.
Over the last 20 years Muddy Puddles has developed a range of products that are perfect for children.
Based on four principles, their clothes are designed for children to wear outdoors.
This means their clothes have to reach their demanding standards. Waterproof, durable, breathable. They are clothes designed to be ready for anything.
The clothes are designed unisex, and with kids in minds. Children should love wearing these clothes!
There are a number of ways to keep warm this winter, and we’ve recently had in two brands with their own unique takes on this…
The guys at Norse would have you grow a luxurious beard to warm your chin. They have the perfect products to help you turn from bum fluff turn into a beard buff.
We get a lot of childrenswear clothes and brands in the studio. Jakss for example have been a long term client of ours for years, routinely sending in large batches of clothing. Sending in collections of high-end childrenswear from brands such as Versace.
Recently we have been inundated with some really awesome baby and kids wear. Here are just a few of the childrenswear brands we have had in:
We love meeting new people and discovering new brands. And whilst we perhaps don’t readily admit it, with the endless curiosity of children, we get quite excited when new brands come through the doors.
The last couple of weeks have been very exciting then. We’ve had a couple of new companies choose us as ther studio.
Here are two awesome new clients we have had in:
It’s that time of year again when the winter clothes come in all their glory.
Last week we had a chance to gasp, ooh and aah at Snow Finel’s newest collection.
Snow Finel are one of our oldest clients who have been with us almost from day one. We love their cothes, well made, but mostly we love the splashes of colour that draw the eye. Neon elbow patches or bright trims break up the functional suave simple colours.
It is Autumn, and this has been made abundantly clear by the collections that have come through our studio. A shift in trending colours, patterns, and palettes. If we’re being really honest though, we don’t mind, because some of this seasons fashion is just gorgeous.
One of the things we have had quite a lot of recently, is outdoor wear, walking and travel clothes. The kind of things that would look absolutely perfect whilst you aimed your shotgun.
With the end of the summer holidays and a new season starting it is a busy time in the studio.
A few people getting final shots done for their AW/17 ranges and some with SS/18 lined up. So, it’s not surprising we’ve had a busy few weeks, from gift-ware, to artwork all the way across to high end fashion, casual menswear and children’s costumes.
Here is just a couple of recent people we’ve had in.
The difficulties of shooting fur and lace and then cutting out and post-producing it in Photoshop are legendary.
With fur (or hair) you have to cut and then feather the edges, which creates and effect like the reality. It is quite painstaking and time-consuming and the end result isn’t a completely accurate representation of the product.
With lace, well there are a few options, but no shortcuts. You have to carefully cut it out.
However, with our StyleShoot machines these problems are erased. The intelligent software incorporated in the machine identifies and cuts out the background on a pixel level.
When considering your product imagery you have to take into account the multiple purposes your imagery will be used.
You will need lifestyle imagery that can be used in line with your brand. This provides a distinct number of problems from choosing your model, and photographer, to sourcing locations, and planning each shot down to the finest details.