London College of Fashion student Leonn Ward is a photographer who's not a fan of digital. She recently went backstage at the menswear shows to shoot the collections the analogue way for i-D Online and sent her films to LomoLab London for processing. See the photos here!
“Last week The Big Smoke played host to London’s inaugural “London Collections: Men”. Where usually London’s menswear designers show at the end of the women’s collections on just one day, we were treated to three full days of uninterrupted man mania. Not only did this mean more time on the designer’s hands but also that they had significantly more prominence on the buying schedule. Coming at the very beginning (before Florence, Milan and Paris) ensured that the keen eyes of buyers from stores across the world were at their most perky and eager. Our fair city and its crack team of creative heads did not disappoint.”
Leonn Ward shoots using various 35mm cameras and got the above photos processed using *Lomography LomoLab*. Take a cue from the upcoming fashion photographer; if you want excellent quality development, prints, and scans, you know where to go. ;-)
We know what your analogue needs are, we are all Lomographers too! Make the *LomoLab* your ultimate go-to place for film processing. Why? Cause we know film the best! Think of all the love, care and attention we put into the cameras you’ve come to love; give your film the same special care!
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Lomography Store Soho hosted the launch party for the latest exhibition of beautiful Petzval shots taken by fashion photographer Chris Pollard. He took some stunning snaps of the catwalks and presentations of the London Collections: Men (LCM) the capital’s showcase of menswear trends. Find out how we got on here:
Liron Peretz is a talented Berlin-based fashion photographer who has been covering Fashion Week events for the last three years. For Lomography, she took the New Petzval Lens to the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Berlin. Find out how she got along with it in this exclusive interview and see some of her beautiful backstage photos!
Done shooting and want your films to be processed? We can process your colour and black & white 35mm, 120 or 110 films! Development, prints and scans are also included. (Service availability depends on your markets)
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