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11/11/16
It may be cold outside, but we're already looking ahead to summer, and have lots to celebrate...

November kicked off with the incredible news that 3Objectives will be working with much-loved British brand Cath Kidston, thanks to our partners Ec2i. After months of planning, the studio finally secured Cath Kidston's e-commerce campaign. All photography, retouching, and image management by 3Objectives and Ec2i.

Photography director Paul Downes worked across four days to capture Cath Kidston's SS17 collection on model Nadia. Agency partner Scout Management supplied senior hair & make-up artist Natacha, and stylist Bianca, to complete the team.

It was a full-on four days, but the team really pulled together, and the end results were top-notch. Watch this space for details of when the images go live on Cath Kidston's website.

Elsewhere, dreaming of holidays, the team captured a suitcase, scarf, and fragrance for Boat International Media. We just wish we were off on our travels...

Moving on to fashion, it was dresses galore for regular client Sistaglam, and we welcomed TOWIE star Megan McKenna's new range for new client Miss Pap (thanks to SJ at Blonde & Black Publicity).

Taking on the new embroidery trend, the team captured embroidered denim for One Denim, through TASK PR.

Tease + Totes sent in their new batch of motivational slogan t-shirts and jumpers, and the team continued shooting celebrity inspired jewellery for Bacoca Boutique.

From fashion to footwear, onsite neighbours White Stuff sent in their latest women's shoes for press. Photography director Paul was then out on a meeting with partner Kube to discuss Anatomic Shoes' next web and catalogue campaign. For Anatomic's last Spring/Summer shoot the team flew to Spain, so fingers crossed for another abroad shoot next year...

Back in the studio, ELLE sent in top beauty picks for their February issue, and the team photographed fashion and accessories for Glamour's 'Shopping Pages'. Later in the week, it was all about the 'Sports Edit' for Cosmopolitan's February issue.

To complete the week, we welcomed back lingerie brand Boux Avenue (thanks to partners Ec2i), capturing a mix of AW16 and SS17 lingerie and nightwear pieces. Images to follow, but we've included a previous image below.

Next week we look set to continue shooting White Stuff's SS17 collection, and we'll be welcoming back designer lighting designer Richard Taylor Designs.

For more information on our photography and film services, contact the studio.