Inspired by the surrealistic combination of fashion, food and humour, Georgia creates visuals that express her sense of style through both styling and art direction.
My goal is to eventually work within the fashion industry within styling and/or art direction. I strive to create visually appealing imagery that has a surrealist flare and presents the audience with an unusual yet enticing take on fashion. The varied use of humour throughout said visuals has been applied in a bid to create a fresh vision of the fashion industry and to engage with a much broader audience.
Visuals throughout my editorials have been Inspired by Jeremy Scott, Nadia Lee Cohen and publications Please and Toilet Paper magazine; all of which are renowned for their surrealist flair. The concept behind editorial 'English Idioms' is to educate those who may have little knowledge of English slang through the use of appealing visuals. Humour is apparent within many of the idioms which appear literally throughout. Fashion styling and art direction has been chosen to compliment one another.
My second editorial, 'If I was a rich girl' is a light-hearted take on dress-up that created the sense of nostalgia as a form of escapism throughout the most recent lockdown. The restrictions on styling luxury garments due to affordability allowed me to consider other options to ensure I could use said garments within my styling portfolio. In order to do so, I decided to use photoshop to virtually style myself. (Virtual styling and technology has been increasingly popular due to the global pandemic)
In order to create the visuals, I have considered styling and art direction and combined the two to create styling and imagery that is fun and exciting.