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Great Lakes


Stitch by stitch, the pattern bloomed along the surface of the hand-painted canvas. Each speck and spot crawled along the edges like branches cracking in the frost and small rivers trickling through the dirt. 

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Great Lakes


Stitch by stitch, the pattern bloomed along the surface of the hand-painted canvas. Each speck and spot crawled along the edges like branches cracking in the frost and small rivers trickling through the dirt. 

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French Coast


A plane ticket was booked with two weeks till departure to the South of France. Umbrellas perched in bleached sands, flowers grew along the roadside and evening skies were spun with cotton candy. 

French Coast


A plane ticket was booked with two weeks till departure to the South of France. Umbrellas perched in bleached sands, flowers grew along the roadside and evening skies were spun with cotton candy. 

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Cotton Candy Clouds
 
 
 

Photography by Erin Simkin

Modelled by Chantelle Hermiston

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Neon Hills


The tide pulls back and the landscape stretches towards the sky. Salt hangs in the air as our hands and feet grip smooth stone. Making our way along the water, it's all rock and field and east coast sky. 

Neon Hills


The tide pulls back and the landscape stretches towards the sky. Salt hangs in the air as our hands and feet grip smooth stone. Making our way along the water, it's all rock and field and east coast sky. 

 
 
 

Photography by Erin Simkin

Modelled by Alexia Bréard-Anderson

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Pressed


We hiked through the trees towards the lake, ciders in hand, carefully picking fresh flowers as we went. Placed between the pages of summer novels, these blooms were pressed and preserved and slowly forgotten in the stories. 

Pressed


We hiked through the trees towards the lake, ciders in hand, carefully picking fresh flowers as we went. Placed between the pages of summer novels, these blooms were pressed and preserved and slowly forgotten in the stories. 

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Photography by Erin Simkin

Modelled by Alexia Bréard-Anderson