STYLED is an editorial series produced by the creative team of British high-end webstore OKI-NI in collaboration with a range of guest talent; from celebrated fashion editors, publications and stylists. It aims to serve a wearable presentation of looks pulled from the webstore’s pristine selection ranging from luxury to more avant-garde brands. For the final STYLED of Autumn/Winter 2014, the creative team reflected on the eye catching key pieces of this season. Key player in this creative collaboration is the talented London-based creative director Josh Hight, who was responsible for the photography and art work. Styling was done by OKI-NI’s own fashion editor Samuel Smith. The remarkable series concluding the still running season was named ‘REMEMBER’ and features characteristic showpieces including Valentino’s meticulously-crafted Eagle overcoat and the one of a kind Raf Simons / Sterling Ruby hand-bleached denim jacket, all framed against a industrial concrete and iron backdrop, tied together through collage and infused with written text and abstract images, making it one of our favorite editorial outings of this season; a perfect fit for the best pieces of Autumn/Winter 2014.
The soft textures of cashmere, wool and matte-leather are juxtaposed with bold graphic elements and urban landscapes, presenting some of A/W14’s stand-out designs in a new context.
Josh Hight, who works under the moniker Hight & Irons, is a London-based creative director, photographer and musician. Josh mostly works in the field of fashion with other clients besides this incredible project for OKI-NI consisting of GQ Germany, Fantastic Man, Dash Magazine, The Forum, 10 Magazine and the most recent lookbook, for Autumn/Winter 2014, of the famous Regent Street department store Liberty was also created under the direction of Hight. In all of his work one can observe a very clean aesthetic, in which distinct colors are elegantly applied to frame the subject(s) and create immaculate images. The STYLED / REMEMBER editorial is one of the more raw creations of Hight, somewhat expanding his horizon, which makes us wonder what the future will hold for the very talented Londoner.
For more inspirational work by Josh Hight see here.
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