Vogue International creates and delivers content to multiple markets including British Vogue, Vogue Paris, Vogue Italia, Vogue Germany and Vogue Japan.
For the AW18 Womenswear season they commissioned me to cover London, Milan and Paris where I photographed around forty shows across twenty days.
I've covered London fashion week for over five years now as well as one trip to Milan to shoot mens week there, but had always wanted to test myself over a longer stint and so it was a job I was more than happy to accept.
I've updated the galleries section of the website with some of my favourite shots which you can see by clicking here.
One day I'd love to have a full show archive to upload every show I've ever shot but I probably need to work out a way of doing it without crashing my entire website. On the technical side of things I shot this entire month with the X-T2, X-Pro2 and 56mm f1.2, 35mm f1.4 and 23mm f2 lenses.
The setup worked as flawlessly as usual, allowing me to capture both the quiet moments backstage as well as react quickly to everything happening at speed around me.