This week, I was lucky enough to attend a private event hosted by Sotheby’s in collaboration with Burberry. Luke Edward Hall, British interior designer, illustrator and stylist has recently collaborated with Burberry on their latest campaign creating a one-of-a-kind installation within Burberry’s London flagship. I was really excited to attend due to his background in the world of interiors. The campaign really stood out to me and is nothing like any other fashion advertising or editorial imagery I have seen before. I really felt that it captured a handmade authenticity contrasting the increasingly commercial market.
I spoke to Luke about his career progression from studying menswear design at Central Saint Martins College to working at the studio of quintessentially English interior designer Ben Pentreath and he told me how exciting and diverse the journey had been for him. It gave me a lot to think about and really opened my eyes to how endless the possibilities in the world of design are and how much interior design crosses over with other areas.
Luke offered to illustrate something for my blog and of course I was so excited! I ran home and spent the rest of my evening obsessing over his playful use of colour, fun use of design and overall craziness. Here are my favourite picks from his projects and some style inspiration to feast your eyes upon…
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