For those who couldn’t get to my recent show, YOU’RE UGLY AND YOUR MOTHER DRESSES YOU FUNNY, at Paul Smith, Albemarle Street, here are a few pictures…
The information panel was typed on my manuel portable Olivetti typewriter that my mum and dad gave me for my sixteenth birthday.
Paul Smith, Albemarle Street gallery.
Ban The Bomb Balaclava Boy. Yuen Hsieh. 2013. Photographed by Pete Moss
The knitted Ban The Bomb Balaclava. With thanks to Tracy Hughes.
Scarlett Cannon. 2013. Photographed by Pete Moss.
The Scarlett souvenir silk head square.
Xerox collages featuring images from BLITZ fashion pages, including Paul Coster, Adam Perry, Tamzin Davis, Chris Hall, Caroline Houghton, Christian and Duke.
Detail from Xerox collage featuring Paul Coster and Adam Perry. 1986. Photographed by Nick Ferrand.
Framed original prints, Xerox collage wallpaper and customised denim jackets.
Amanda Cazalet. 1985. Photographed by David Hiscock.
Customised Paul Smith denim jackets x 5, hand embroidered by Iain R Webb, featuring tulle shroud, antique sequins and original Levi’s denim (c.1986). With thanks to Alex Lang.
Xerox collages, including Pam Hogg and Waris Dirie.
Xerox collage. Anita Evagora and Ivan Kushlick. 1984. Photographed by Sally Boon.
The For Every Little Misfit And Vagabond tote bag.
Xerox collage. Gill Valenzuela and Anna Poalozzi. 1984. Photographed by Nick Knight.
Polaroids and contacts featuring Susan, Hilde Smith, Baillie Walsh, Lynda Bridges, Simon Ringrose, Martine Houghton, David Convy.
Xerox collage. Caroline Houghton. 1986. Photographed by Iain R Webb.