KE-ZU was fortunate enough to be invited to the launch of quite the two-pronged attack on Sydney’s style scene.
The fork comprises the launch of a colourful, conceptual photographic exhibition by quirky fashion and portrait photographer Helen White, taking place the Gaffa Gallery on Clarence Street, Sydney CBD.
The photographic exhibition is a premise to the release of the bi-annual publication of Style Seekers, a free, handy and quite sexy publication exposing Sydney’s design, fashion and food culture in Sydney.
Put together by the publishing team over at Urban Walkabout, the exhibition delves into the stories of Sydney’s “revolutionary minds”, sixteen selected individuals kicking goals in the field of fashion, design, art, culture and retail, six of which revealing their story on associated podcasts.
Each portrait is elaborately styled to represent their private and public personalities, style seekers such as fashion designer Dion Lee, self-proclaimed rice paper roll queen Nahji Chu, decorator/stylist Sibella Court, owners of Grasshopper Bar, founders of the Sydney Picnic Company Simon and Natalie Thomas, swimwear design team of We Are handsome Indhra Chagoury and Jeremy Somers, and more.
The exhibition closes on 26 November 2012 – we suggest you get down there.
All images courtesy Helen White Photograhpy.