Exclusive editorial for Boys By Girls Magazine with Felix at SUPA Models shoot by Paola Vivas, featuring ROOFLESS
Check out Susie Bubble’s take on ROOFLESS
A Quick Q&A with the lovely Lucy Alexandra Hamilton
In love with this shoot for Boys by Girls Magazine by Amber Dixon featuring ROOFLESS
ROOFLESS featured in Modern Folklore, exclusive shoot for KALTBLUT Magazine! Check out Collection 05 http://www.kaltblut-magazine.com/collection-5/
Kyungju Claire Chung
Pace Chen and Tyler Sheekey at AMCK Models
Sam Travis and Kaho Okazaki
In love with Federica Giovannone styling for VATRA Magazine, featuring ROOFLESS
ROOFLESS featured in Sister Forever, Exclusive shoot for Sicky magazine!
Photography & Styling –
Maiken Abma @Fashion Milano, Ieva Palionyte @Next Milano
Hair & Make Up –
A New Life
A Fashion Installation
A collaboration between ROOFLESS and Public Works
By not just commenting on a community but by working in the social space of Wood Street the collaboration tries to create change through furthering economic gain for the Charity Shop ‘A New Life’. Models were positioned in the main square of Wood Street and in the New Life Charity Shop, trying to connect the collection to the community. Following the installation items were purchased from New Life Charity shop. The proceeds of the sales were given to New Life Charity supporting children’s education and welfare in third world countries.
Photographer: Amber Dixon
Stylist: Lola Chatterton
Hair: Ranelle Chapman
Make-up: Anne Sophie Costa
Models: Gemma Shakespeare, Hannah Shakespeare, Jackie, Niall Paterson, Oisin Atiko @ Models1, Sam Aldrige @ Nevs and Gareth @ Nevs.
ROOFLESS for NOUMAGAZINE! Special thanks to the brilliant author Francesca Crippa!
Stylist: Leanne Trigg, Photographer: Amber Dixon, Make-up: Charlotte Gaskell, Models: Kalm Paul-Christian, Chris Tanner, Jack Willsmore, Gemma Shakespeare, Hannah Shakespeare.
"An art Practice and fashion collection with a charitable message"
is how Bethany Williams, designer behind ROOFLESS, describes her own project. Following an almost unknown path into fashion world, Willliams has built a reality based on exchanges. One of the brand’s main aims is to create an environment within the garments that can help her local community.
Having worked at local soup kitchen, Williams got to know many homeless men and women on a personal level; using this as a point of inspiration, she organized an drive at which three warm garments were given in exchange for an old, used piece. Some of the material collected included insulation tape, floor insulation, polystyrene balls and marble textures.