As it turns out, yes they can. A special thank you to Kingsize Studios for generously lending their studio for the shoot, to Ken Cao for his excellent photography and Ch’lita Collins for being a superb model (not just a shitposter) - leaving the lion’s share of the budget for op-shopping. Here is the beautiful result of their handiwork.
Styling Notes: The Wellington City Mission Shoot
Seb Hunt and Dylan Richards’ reputation precedes them. After spending four years stateside styling a catalogue of high profile clients including the likes of Kanye West and the Kardashian family, the pair have returned to New Zealand to design their own clothing label. ENTIRE is due to launch later this year and we were lucky enough to recruit them (editor’s note: they begged us) for a special project we have in the works with The Wellington City Mission. In this edition of Styling Notes, the tenacious twosome put their thriftiness to the ultimate sartorial test: delivering an entire (mind the pun) campaign styled only with op-shop purchases. The budget is a firm $300, from which studio fees, a photographer and model must be paid. Can they pull it off?