Welcome to the beginnings of the Fashion Cupboard, a concept created by the editors of Sketchbook Magazine to archive and encase samples from designer’s previous collections to showcase in their live shoots.
The idea behind the cupboard is to collect samples from designers to be re-used on our blogger shoots.
How it Works
1. Designers send us samples of their previous collections to our Sketchbook Magazine studio address (Sketchbook Magazine, Studio 3, 86 Kensington Park Road, W11 2PL, Notting Hill, London)
2. All items get photographed, archived by our editors and stylists in the fashion cupboard for our readers and audience to see
3. Each item is labeled with the following (Name/From/To/Birth Place/Materials)
4. Samples will be used for photo shoots for the Sketchbook Blog which gets 500-1000 hits a day. They will be re-worked/re-used/interpreted by commissioned stylists and editors who visit our studio and work with the magazine
5. Each sample will be credited in the photo shoot along with the team, commissioned stylist, models
How to get Involved/Send Samples
Designers and press offices can send samples from current and previous collections to be kept in our fashion cupboard, to be used over and over again on our shoots. We are looking forward to archiving your coats, dresses, shirts, blouses, jeans, pants, shorts, swimwear, kaftans, accessories, bags, clutches, shoes, boots and sandals.
The Sketchbook Sample Cupboard
The Sketchbook Fashion Cupboard is a 400cm x 100cm white oak closet fit with shoe rack, shelving for belts and accessories, and hanging space for long dresses and coats. Our hangers are designed to hold pants, jeans, shorts.
To be part of Sketchbook’s Fashion Cupboard, please contact Emete Yarici:
The Fashion Cupboard
86 Kensington Park Road