Friday, March 21, 2014

Creative Workplaces

See The Workspaces of 14 Leading Creative Minds!

Where do some of the most inspiring artisans go to work each day? Photographer Todd Selby, scouted out creative minds and captured them in their working environments for his newest book, The Fashionable Selby.

See images of there fascinating work spaces below. 

Belgian designer Dries van Noten.

The studio of Japanese headpiece design artist Katsuya Kamo.

Brooklyn-based knitwear designer Lindsay Degan.

Diesel's artistic director, Nicola Formichetti.

Brooklyn artisan who has dyed clothes for Nike, Audrey Louise Reynolds

Ambika Conroy at her sustainable rabbit farm in upstate New York where she creates angora fur goods.

Virginia Bates luxe vintage store was outfitted like an old French boudoir.

Textile designer Natalie Gibson works on some dyes.

British designer Fred Butler's work is often graphic and sculptural. 

Christian Astuguevielle is behind the scents made by Japanese fashion house Comme des Garcons. 

Ben Kosters clothing studio.

Iris van Herpen's mood board in her Amsterdam office.

Eccentric jewelry designer Andrew Logan. 

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1 comment:

  1. Oh my gosh, I'm having some serious job envy right now. Thanks for sharing!

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