Limited edition Photograph
Edition of 100 + 10 APs
28 x 35.5cm
Signed and numbered by the artists on the back
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About the artwork
A limited edition photograph by Simone Rocha in collaboration with Kim Gordon, depicting one of the designer's signature red dresses ‘Flung’ on the bedroom floor of artist and musician Kim Gordon.
About the artist & designer
Kim Gordon is an American artist and musician based in New York. Gordon rose to prominence as the bassist, guitarist, and vocalist of the rock band Sonic Youth.
Simone Rocha was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1986. In 2008 she graduated with a BA in Fashion from The National College of Art and Design in Dublin continuing in 2010 to graduate from the acclaimed Fashion MA at Central Saint Martin’s College, London. Simone debuted at London Fashion Week in September 2010. In August 2015 Simone opened her first shop in London on Mount Street. The shop interiors feature Simone’s signature Perspex furniture and hand-made sculptures. To coincide with the launch, Simone produced a special limited edition book featuring the work of collaborators and inspirations.
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