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VOGUE China
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i-D Magazine October 2008
Photographed by Amy Troost
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WHEN YOU ARE A PROFESSIONAL, YOU DON'T HAVE TO WEAR A SUIT.
i-D Magazine October 2008
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CRAWL UNDER FURNITURE. THROW THINGS AROUND THE ROOM. SCREAM OBSCENITIES.
i-D Magazine September 2008
Phtographed by Lachlan Bailey
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i love the pants off ed from i-D

the colors of the clothes work so beautifully with the lighting and the color of Catherine's hair..
the orange and gold tones are just really nice

plus... it's always nice to see rodarte looking so wearable.. and the blk dries sweater is actually really cool as well..
i'm liking the metallic/jewelled bits of the belt peaking out from underneath it...

i also love the colors in the vogue china ed

i think alastair mckimm does a great job at sort of creating this harmony between the clothes and the set so that the coloring just works and the one really enhances the other...

ok.. enough gushing

thanks mullet and sethii for the images

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Vogue China May 2009
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Star stylist Alastair McKimm has been much buzzed about as one of those talents poised to break to that “next level” . Here Christopher Michael sits down with this enterprising tastemaker to unravel a bit of his mystery.

// INTERVIEW: ALASTAIR MCKIMM //

Guest interview by 1 Management’s Christopher Michael
» see more interviews on the One Management Blog

CM: Born in Belfast, started your journey into Fashion in London…when you enrolled at Nottingham Art School for your BA in Fashion design, had you originally intended on being a designer? Or was it more of a General kind of ‘I am interested in fashion and have not yet decided what within this realm I want to do just yet’ sort of decision..

AM: I DEFINITELY INTENDED ON BEING A DESIGNER. AT THAT POINT I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT A STYLIST WAS. I HAD ALWAYS BEEN INTERESTED IN PHOTOGRAPHY AND WAS PLANNING ON GOING TO PHOTOGRAPHY SCHOOL UNTIL RIGHT BEFORE I APPLIED TO COLLEGE. FASHION DESIGN WAS A RELATIVELY LAST MINUTE DECISSION. THE DAY I FOUND OUT ABOUT STYLING I KNEW THAT WAS WHAT I WANTED TO DO.

CM: As it seems to work with publications, there are both times where you as a stylist are approached to work on a story by a photographer, as well as those times where it is you who has been commissioned by the magazine and deciding on which Photographer you’d like to work with…how do you make such a decision when searching out for the right lenser on a particular story?

AM: I DON’T ACTUALLY WORK WITH MANY PHOTOGRAPHERS SO THE DECISION IS USUALLY RELATIVELY EASY. I LIKE TO WORK WITH PEOPLE I TRUST AND CAN COMMUNICATE WITH, PEOPLE WHOSE OPINION I RESPECT. THAT BEING SAID, I’M ALSO LOOKING FORWARD TO COLLABORATING WITH SOME NEW PHOTOGRAPHERS THIS SEASON.

CM: As always, rumors are abuzz and there is one which sparked my interest.. is it true that you are soon to become the new Fashion Director for “The Last Magazine” ?

AM: YES - IT’S VERY EXCITING! I’VE WORKED WITH MAGNUS (BERGER) AND TENZIN (WILD) ON THE LAST TWO ISSUES OF THEIR MAGAZINE AND THEY RECENTLY ASKED ME TO TAKE THE POSITION. THE MAGAZINE IS REALLY BEAUTIFUL AND IT’S IMPORTANT TO HAVE SOMETHING FRESH IN NEW YORK. OBVIOUSLY I’M REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO BRINGING IN SOME GREAT STYLISTS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS OF OUR GENERATION. THAT’S WHAT THE MAGAZINE IS ALL ABOUT.

CM: Over the Years Glenda Bailey has maintained her reputation of selling magazines at quite impressive Numbers, and as of late the magazine seems to have sparked up an extra edge that goes somewhat beyond their previous creative boundaries…that new roster of talent now includes you which needless to say evokes an element of excitement for the rest of us. What are the major differences you’ve experienced when working on a story for Harper’s Vs. say an i-D or Jap Vogue etc. ?

AM: I LOVE GLENDA’S KNOWLEDGE AND ENTHUSIASM AND REALLY APPRECIATE HER WILLINGNESS TO LET ME WORK AT THE MAGAZINE. SO FAR I LOVE IT, THEY ARE A WELL OILED MACHINE AND HAVE THE BEST TEAM WORKING IN THE FASHION DEPARTMENT, WHICH MAKES MY LIFE MUCH EASIER.
WHEN WORKING ON i-D I FEEL MOST AT HOME, MAINLY BECAUSE i-D IS THE REASON I GOT INTO STYLING. I STARTED ASSISTING EDWARD (ENNINFUL) WHEN I WAS 21 AND HAD JUST MOVED TO LONDON. I HAD NO CLUE WHAT I WAS DOING BUT LUCKILY HE GAVE ME A CHANCE. I EXPERIENCED SO MUCH - FROM i-D TO ITALIAN VOGUE TO JIL SANDER SHOWS, IT WAS AMAZING. ALTHOUGH I DO HAVE TO ADMIT I WAS A TERRIBLE ASSISTANT, WHICH I’M SURE HE’D VERIFY!

CM: I always feel like after awhile, it’s possible to get a feel for what someone’s ‘taste’ is..(doesn’t always mean the feeling is right) but when watching your work it seems as though your casting is based more on the particular story than perhaps a certain type of girl that is the general constant in your casting. Would you say that’s true? Or do you feel that there is very much an ‘Alastair type girl’ ?

AM: I LOVE CASTING, FOR ME IT’S AS IMPORTANT AS THE CLOTHES IN MANY CASES AND A VERY IMPORTANT PART OF MY JOB. THIS SEASON MOST OF MY SHOOTS HAVE BEEN CASTING STORIES, MAINLY NEW FACES. THERE WERE SO MANY GREAT NEW GIRLS THIS SEASON IT WAS NICE TO WORK WITH A LOT OF THEM. IT’S OBVIOUSLY IMPORTANT FOR THE GIRL AND THE IDEA TO GEL BUT I DO HAVE MY FAVOURITES.

CM: On every level for everyone involved, working on shows is a much different experience than shooting a story for a magazine…on the level of the stylist, what are your preferences on each side over the other in comparison…?

AM: I LOVE BOTH. THEY ARE VERY DIFFERENT SKILL SETS BUT I ENJOY A DAY IN A DESIGNERS STUDIO AS MUCH AS A DAY IN A PHOTO STUDIO. I DEFINITELY THINK MY DESIGN SCHOOL BACKGROUND HAS HELPED ME UNDERSTAND WHAT IS POSSIBLE WHEN WE’RE WORKING ON COLLECTIONS.

CM: If you were to use one word to explain the general feel of each markets fashion week, what words would you choose to define the shows for New York, Paris, Milan and London?

AM: HOME, WINE, COFFEE, FRIENDS

CM: It seems that over the last few years, there has been an influx of new, young and cool designers like Rad Hourani, Alexander Wang, Proenza Schouler as well as Rodarte popping up in the New York Shows…do you think the American Fashion is headed towards a shift from the household brands that have defined our show season for so long (outside of Marc Jacobs of course) into a mix that includes more of a street chic nation?

AM: THERE’S A GREAT ENERGY IN NEW YORK AT THE MOMENT. I’M EXCITED TO BE LIVING HERE AND TO HAVE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH ALEX (WANG) AND THE BRILLIANT TEAM AT OHNE TITEL, ALEXA (ADAMS) AND FLORA (GILL). THEY’VE BEEN NOMINATED FOR THE CFDA AWARD THIS YEAR, SO WE’RE LOOKING FORWARD TO THE SHOW! I THINK AWARDS SUCH AS THE CFDA AND THE EDUCATION AND UNDERSTANDING OF THE FASHION BUSINESS IN NEW YORK HAS A LOT TO DO WITH THIS NEW GENERATION. THERE HAS DEFINITELY BEEN A SHIFT BUT THE ADVERTISING DOLLAR STILL OUTWEIGHS THE TALENT IN MANY WAYS.

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According to Fashionologie, Alastair style the Ohne Titel show!! Omg, no wonder I love the styling so so much!

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US Harper's Bazaar October 2009
Fall's Best Coats
Model: Katrin Thormann
Hair: Rita Marmor
Makeup: Osvaldo Salvatierra
Stylist: Alastair McKimm
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TAR # 2 s/s 2009

Natasa Vojnovic by Cedric Buchet
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i-D Summer 2010
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US Harper's Bazaar November 2010
"The New Suits"
Model: Jacquelyn Jablonski
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Muse Winter 2010
"Edita Too Much"
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