Central St Martins alum Camille Vivier’s career has been one of dreams. She has experienced only highs after winning the prestigious Hyères fashion festival a mere year after graduating in 1998, and has continued to hold her place as a key contributor to the likes of AnOther Magazine, Dazed and Confused, i-D and Numero. We at Shed have been following her work for some time, and it was her shoot in Dazed this month that most recently caught our eye. Often referencing literature, cinema and mythology, Camille’s work has more depth than your average fashion photographer today churning out shiny image after image. Her photographs in Dazed are beautifully lit, the clothes and jewellery cleverly sparkling under the glow of the lights, creating a very soft and subtle feel. Vivier has described her work as ‘classic at first sight but strange in the end,’ and we believe this rings true. There is an element of romance in her images, emulating this classic feel (which we can’t help but imagine is the influence of her Parisian roots!) but also maintains a playful edge and draws upon the unusual. In fact the Dazed shoot has elements of the surreal, with flowers, props and objects specifically involved to create fetishistic undertones. Have a peak at more of her brilliant work here.