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anon ISSUE 3 SPRING/SUMMER 2014


Emi Prescott, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (make-up artist/stylist). Joshua Stocker, (photographer). FRONT COVER: Sibel Erkul, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Gary Lam (photographer).


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anon anon magazine showcases outstanding visual images created by final-year students studying BA (Hons) Fashion Styling or BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design at Southampton Solent University. Conceived by the students, the photographs reveal the imaginative creative process that takes an idea from initial concept to final image, with the collaboration of a team. Here we can see the extraordinary talents of the future, in fashion styling, make-up, hair design, fashion photography and fast-evolving digital media platforms. The images submitted for this third annual issue of anon have been chosen by an editorial team of final-year students, consisting of Ashleigh Prime, Katie Champain and Emily Murphy, and anon editor and senior lecturer Jane de Teliga.

STUDENT EDITORIAL TEAM Ashleigh Prime BA (Hons) Fashion Styling I have always had a love for all things fashion, and the fashion styling course at Southampton Solent University has given me the opportunity to see how the industry works. Over the past three years at Solent, I have had the freedom to explore a range of different areas, from styling to make-up, as well as photography and video. With amazing help from my tutors, I’ve managed to produce the kind of work which I can happily include in my professional portfolio and website. I can’t wait to work in the industry as a stylist or creative director and feel I would thrive as part of an inspirational fashion team.

Emily Murphy BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Being at Solent University has given me the chance to immerse myself in many aspects of the creative industry. The course has enabled me to learn more about myself than I could have imagined. Though challenging at times, my experience has always been rewarding. It’s been exciting to gain knowledge from a wide range of lecturers and tutors, all from varied professional backgrounds. The feedback and support available at university has been crucial to me, and the skills I have learnt are invaluable for my career. It’s been great to be part of a course that has given me an insight into practical, written and conceptual elements.

Katie Champain BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Over my three years at Southampton Solent University, I have really developed my creative eye in all processes of styling and image making. My passion for graphic layouts and photo editing has particularly shone in my final year, while producing a unique graphic novel using my photographs. I could take any number of paths into the fashion industry with the diverse skills I have acquired at university. I’ve have been lucky enough to have the experience of working on many different projects, creating both still images and moving footage, which has begun to prepare me for the wide world of fashion!

The students would like to thank the staff of Southampton University Media and Fashion Styling Programme: Jennifer Anyan, Programme Group Leader, Media and Fashion Styling. Sharon Lloyd, Course Leader, Make-Up and Hair Design. Dejan Aganotonvic, Course Leader, Fashion Styling. Alessandra Milella, Emma Calder, Elizabeth Barnett, Flavia Loscialpo, Jane de Teliga, Senior Lecturers in Fashion Styling/Make-up and Hair Design. Lottie Davies and Sue Mainstone, Technical Instructors, Make-up and Hair Design. Chris Overend and Simon Griggs, Technical Instructors, Photography. John Whalvin and Ken Stewart, Technical Instructors, IT.


Laura Carroll, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Gemma Randall (photographer).


Left and right: Alexia Serghiou, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist). Katie Champain, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (stylist). Sara Husein, BA (Hons) Photography (photographer).


Left and right: Emily Murphy, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Phi Webber-Gant, BA (Hons) Photography (photographer).


Alice Blackledge, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (make-up artist/stylist). Ryan Proudlock (photographer).


Charlotte McDonald, BA (Hons) Make-up and Hair Design (make-up artist). Amber Dolley, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (stylist). Libi Addis, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (photographer).


Sophie Brenton, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (make-up artist/hairstylist/stylist). Matt Angell, BA (Hons) Photography (photographer).


Sophie Brenton, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (hairstylist/stylist). Hannah de Mowbray, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist). Matt Angell, BA (Hons) Photography, (photographer).


Ruth McClure, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist/photographer).


Olta Citozi, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist). Alvaro Serrano and Anait Grigoryan, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (photographers/stylists).


Faye Harrison, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (stylist). Sammie Hinata Emmott, BA (Hons) Photography (photographer). Emma Cutter, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist).


Emi Prescott, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (make-up artist/stylist/photographer).


Katie Sayer, Katie Champain and Ashleigh Prime, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (make-up artists/stylists). Katie Sayer, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (photographer).


Ashleigh Prime, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (stylist). Frankie Soroccos, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up Artist). Garry Jones, BA (Hons) Photography (photographer).


Katie Sayer, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (stylist/make-up artist). Giovanna Balivo, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (photographer).


Katie Champain, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (stylist). Frankie Soroccos, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist). Emily Cross, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (photographer).


Kalreece Crow, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Sara Husein, BA (Hons) Photography (photographer).


Demi Haskell-Mills, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (make-up artist/stylist/photographer). Keiron Le Vine (headwear).


Hannah de Mowbray, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Jo Stevenson, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (photographer). Paula Rooney (Headpiece).


Ruth Mercer-Rolls, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (stylist/photographer). Kate French, (make-up artist).


Savannah Lyons, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (stylist). Emma Grehan, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist). Saskia Lawson (photographer).


Alexia Serghiou, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Sara Husein, BA (Hons) Photography, (Photographer).


Minnie Faye Rayment, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Megan Jordan, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (photographer).


Hannah Williams, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling, (make-up artist/stylist). Daniel Hayball, (photographer).


Minnie Faye Rayment, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Megan Jordan, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (photographer).


Clare Neal, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Jade Phillips, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (photographer).


Sally Wyndham-Grane, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling (make-up artist/stylist and photographer).


anon 2014 CONTRIBUTORS

Emi Prescott BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: The theme for this shoot was using subtle colours but in a bold and effective way. The inspiration came from the hair and beauty for Marc Jacobs’ A/W14 collection, which I mimicked and made my own wig to replicate. Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Emi Prescott. Photographer: Joshua Stocker. Laura Carroll BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept: A close-up of my interpretation for the Japanese subculture Shironuri, this is a delicate, angelic look that includes floral patterns. Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Laura Carroll. Photographer: Gemma Randall.

Sophie Brenton BA (Hons) Fashion Styling

Team: Make-up artist/hairstylist/stylist: Sophie Brenton. Photographer: Matt Angell, BA (Hons) Photography.

Concept: Taken from my final major project ‘What’s my age again’, the image explores fashion and age. As society’s expectations of what is ageappropriate dress has changed, we have seen mature women becoming more adventurous with their fashion choices.

Concept (2): The paper cut. Sharp and crisp, white is always a smart and stylish choice.

Team: Stylist: Ashleigh Prime. Make-up artist: Frankie Soroccos. Photographer: Garry Jones, BA (Hons) Photography.

Concept (1): Sail into summer with these seafaring styles.

Team: Make-up artist: Hannah de Mowbray, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design. Stylist and hairstylist: Sophie Brenton. Photographer: Matt Angell, BA (Hons) Photography. Ruth McClure BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design

Alexia Serghiou BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design

Concept: Celebrating the beauty and ambiguity of everyday/ordinary objects by re-constructing them on the skin, whilst challenging traditional cosmetics, make-up application and the ideal of beauty.

Concept: This image is based on Victorian post-mortem photography

Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Ruth McClure. Photographer: Ruth McClure.

and ethereal beings. Team: Make-up artist: Alexia Serghiou. Stylist: Katie Champain, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling. Photographer: Sara Husein, BA (Hons) Photography. Emily Murphy BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept: Experimenting with gender blurring and gender representation, and looking at how this was communicated through the work of Flemish painters. Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Emily Murphy. Photographer: Phi Webber-Gant, BA (Hons) Photography. Alice Blackledge BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: This image depicts the wellknown fairy tale, Sleeping Beauty, in modern day society. The images tackle vices that show the ingrained iniquity of humankind. Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Alice Blackledge. Photographer: Ryan Proudlock. Charlie McDonald BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept: The images show the drug addictions faced by models when they are sucked into the glamourised fashion industry. Team: Make-up artist: Charlie MacDonald. Styling: Amber Dolley. Photographer: Libi Addis.

Ashleigh Prime BA (Hons) Fashion Styling

Olta Citozi BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept: Portraying the simplicity within contemporary fashion and make-up. Team: Make-up artist: Olta Citozi. Photographers/stylists: Alvaro Serrano and Anait Grigoryan, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography. Faye Harrison BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: A recreation of the 1964 John French photograph for the Daily Express, London. The subculture portrayed is modern Rockabilly, scattered with piercings and tattoos whilst still referencing the subculture’s retro roots. Team: Stylist: Faye Harrison. Photographer: Sammie Hinata Emmott, BA (Hons) Photography. Make-up artist: Emma Cutter, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design. Emi Prescott BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: Playing with the fact that the two models look like each other. Both models have an Aryan look, which I played with by creating a 1940s German style.

Katie Sayer BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: The shoot was inspired by 90s toy Betty Spaghetty, with strong use of primary colour in a California skate aesthetic. Team: Stylist/Make-up artist: Katie Sayer. Photographer: Giovanna Balivo, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography. Katie Champain BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: Fashion editorial, layering different checks. Inspired by the fun and country spirit of Dolly Parton. Team: Stylist: Katie Champain. Make-up artist: Frankie Soroccos, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design. Photographer: Emily Cross, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography. Kalreece Crow BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept: Post-humanism. In a future world where some individuals evolve and others are left behind, super-intelligence and other advantages might create a new form of monarchy. Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Kalreece Crow. Photographer: Sara Husein, BA (Hons) Photography. Demi Haskell-Mills BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: A contrast of dark tribal tattooing and head wear, with colourful post-production. Inspired by the Atayal Tribe. Team: Make-up artist/stylist/photographer: Demi Haskell-Mills. Headwear: Keiron Le Vine. Hannah de Mowbray BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design

Team: Make-up artist/stylist/photographer: Emi Prescott. Collaborative shoot BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: Crisp monochromatic minimalism, for summer. Team: Make-up artists/stylists: Katie Sayer, Katie Champain and Ashleigh Prime, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling. Photographer: Katie Sayer.

Concept: The contemporary bride. A striking yet simply beautiful image, using gold highlight and shimmer mixed with a pop of colour for the make-up. Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Hannah de Mowbray. Photographer: Jo Stevenson, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography. Headpiece: Paula Rooney. Ruth Mercer-Rolls BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: Fashion editorial for spring/summer on a field of dreams, creating beauty and freedom. Team: Make-up artist: Kate French. Stylist/photographer: Ruth Mercer-Rolls.


COVERS FRONT AND BACK COVER (1) Sibel Erkul BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design

Clare Neal BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept: This image investigates and illustrates the pressure that women face in our hypermodern, media-driven society. The era of Dada is a main influence.

Team: Stylist: Savannah Lyons. Make-up artist: Emma Grehan, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design. Photographer: Saskia Lawson.

Concept: This look was inspired by the expressionist art movement and Vincent Van Gogh. I used similar brushstrokes/colours to Van Gogh to give my image the same expressive textured feel.

Alexia Serghiou BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design

Team: Make-up/stylist: Sibel Erkul. Photographer: Gary Lam.

Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Clare Neal. Photographer: Jade Phillips, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography.

Alexia Serghiou BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design

Jennifer Parker, BA (Hons) Make-up and Hair Design

Concept: This image is based on Victorian post-mortem photography and decaying bodies.

Concept: Based on the original painting of ‘My Sweet Rose’ by John William Waterhouse, this image has a Pre-Raphaelite style depicting the beauty of women.

Savannah Lyons BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: Fairy-tales which had a dark meaning behind them, linking them to social issues. This piece is about teenage pregnancy – showing Rapunzel trapped in her house, looking after her child, rather than going out with her friends.

Concept: This image is based on Victorian postmortem photography and ethereal beings.

FRONT AND BACK COVER (2)

Team: Make-up artist: Alexia Serghiou. Stylist: Katie Champain, BA (Hons) Fashion Styling. Photographer: Sara Husein, BA (Hons) Photography. Hannah Williams BA (Hons) Fashion Styling Concept: The focus was to create a beauty portrait with a strong close-up composition, using strong range of tones to show passion. Water as an added element directs emotion and keeps a level of purity.

Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Alexia Serghiou. Photographer: Sara Husein, BA (Hons) Photography.

Team: Hair/make-up/stylist/ photographer: Jennifer Parker.

Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Hannah Williams. Photographer: Daniel Hayball, BSc Computer Games Software Development. FRONT AND BACK COVER (3) Minnie Faye Rayment BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept: Visual representation of the feeling of loss and numbness when heartbroken, using the art of make-up and hair to project a relatable state of dealing with pain. Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Minnie Faye Rayment. Photographer: Megan Jordan, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography. Clare Neal BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept:The era of Dada is a main influence, using the process of collage and photomontage.

Laura Carroll BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design

Kalreece Crow BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design

Concept: Another interpretation of ‘Shironuri’ a Japanese subculture, the purpose of this shoot was to show the likeness to a ‘china doll’.

Concept: Expressing posthuman ideas of longevity, super-intelligence and wellbeing, in order to visualise the future evolution of humanity.

Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Laura Carroll. Photographer: Kitti Krizsán.

Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Kalreece Crow. Photographer: Sara Husein, BA (Hons) Photography.

Demi Haskell-Mills BA (Hons) Fashion Styling

Ashleigh Prime BA (Hons) Fashion Styling

Concept: Tribal inspired makeup using post-production to create a very contrasted colourful outcome.

Concept: Art Attack! Vivid colours and bold graphics channel Lichtenstein meets Chanel, jumping into SS14 via pop art!

FRONT AND BACK COVER (4) Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Clare Neal. Photographer: Jade Phillips, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography Sally Wyndham-Grane BA Hons Fashion Styling Concept: Imagining the face is a canvas and using the hands as a paint palette, with lots of rings to accessorise the tribal theme. Team: Make-up artist/stylist and photographer: Sally Wyndham-Grane Sibel Erkul BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design Concept: This look was inspired by the Expressionist art movement, and artist Alberto Giacometti. I used fast brush strokes and lots of lines to create movement on the face and to make the image more expressive. Team: Make-up artist/stylist: Sibel Erkul. Photographer: Gary Lam.

Team: Make-up artist/stylist/photographer: Demi Haskell-Mills. Headwear: Keiron Le Vine.

Team: Stylist: Ashleigh Prime. Make-up artist: Frankie Soroccos, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design. Photographer: Garry Jones, BA (Hons) Photography.


Sibel Erkul, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist). Gary Lam (photographer).


STUDY AT SOUTHAMPTON SOLENT UNIVERSITY THE COURSES The media and fashion styling programme is exciting and innovative in its approach to fashion styling, make-up and hair design as academic subjects. Equally as important as the programme’s theoretical emphasis, is the high level of image production created by our students. Our courses develop highly skilled visual practitioners through a unique combination of teaching informed by industry experience and theoretical underpinning. Our courses constantly evolve as we keep pace with digital innovation and the changing nature of styling, make-up and hair design practice in the industry. High quality imagery is more and more in demand as brands and individuals require images for the creation of successful identities. Jennifer Anyan, Programme Group Leader, Media and Fashion Styling. Third year student, Emily Murphy creating a look for a shoot.

Fashion Styling

Make-Up and Hair Design

BA (Hons)

BA (Hons)

Fashion Styling and Make-Up for Media BA (Hons) (Top-up)

Explore the world of fashion styling on this exciting degree This creative, conceptual and forward-thinking degree course course, and develop the creative, technical and business skills you equips you with the professional skills and knowledge for an will need to become a successful stylist and visual communicator. exciting career in the make-up and hair design industries.

Develop your creative talents for an exciting career in fashion styling, hair or make-up on this one-year top-up course, building on your existing skills and earning a full honours degree.

Course length: 3 years UCAS code: W290

Course length: 3 years UCAS code: W453

Course length: 1 year UCAS code: W231

Course overview

Course overview

Course overview

Fashion styling and visual image is key to the success of products, brands, media and celebrity. You will learn the creative, technical and business skills the industry is looking for, and have a chance to explore and develop your own individual talents through industry work experience and hands-on practical work. You will learn how stylists work in different media and in different sectors of the industry, including in magazines, advertising, design, catwalk shows, digital media and e-commerce. You will also study the history and current state of styling in the wider industry, developing a well-informed, innovative and appropriate visual language informed by a strong understanding of styling’s historical and contemporary context.

Solent’s BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design is focused on giving you the knowledge and experience to find work and flourish as a professional. Working in a high-spec studio, you will develop technical precision and industry-standard design skills, and learn how to research and develop innovative make-up and hair concepts. You will build high-level practical skills through projects with industry, as well as developing the business skills to complement your creative side. The course team’s strong ties to fashion provide plenty of opportunities for industry-focused projects, while industry experts regularly visit and give input to the course.

This one-year top-up course gives you a chance to develop your existing skills and qualifications into a full honours degree, delivering a fast-paced preparation for the fashion styling and make-up industry. You will develop your understanding of the modern fashion industry, studying its impact on styling and make-up, and gaining insight into forecasting for fashion and beauty. You will build on this with a major project, and focus on a specialism in fashion styling or make-up and hair design, before completing your degree studies with either a dissertation or a shorter dissertation with practical elements.

Entry level

Entry level

• 240 UCAS tariff points. • Applicants with the relevant entry requirements will be invited to a portfolio viewing.

• 240 UCAS tariff points. • Applicants with the relevant entry requirements will be invited to a portfolio viewing.

Entry level

For further course information visit: www.solent.ac.uk

• Relevant HND/foundation degree pass with merit overall (55%) or 240 CATS from a relevant three-year degree. • UK applicants are required to attend a portfolio viewing.

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Clare Neal, BA (Hons) Make-Up and Hair Design (make-up artist/stylist ). Jade Phillips, BA (Hons) Fashion Photography (Photographer).


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