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March 2011

Zowie’s EWF PVC # @ SXSW

Zowie rockin’ at SXSW in Austin, Texas, wearing Elliot’s PVC skirt.

Photography: Rony Alwin

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December 2010

AW11 Lookbook: Behind the Scenes

Get an insider’s view into what goes into putting a lookbook together. Featuring the very talented Thom Kerr and the gorgeous Codie Young!
Pedestrian have posted the video in their wonderful review; the Vine has lots of great shots behind the scenes and kind words too.

See Press for more sneak previews of the range!

October 2010

Operator Please – ‘Volcanic’

EWF gets volcanic

Operator Please release the video for their new single ‘Volcanic’ which features the lead singer in an Elliot Ward-Fear spiked shoulder-piece and the violinist in his patent leather skirt from SS10.

Behind the Scenes and the Single on YouTube

August 2010

Bonds AW10 Launch – Sydney Fashion Festival

EWF perspex creations add drama
The Bonds Autumn Winter 2010 Collection was greeted with gasps as the models strutted out wearing perspex spikes, leather straps and masks by Elliot Ward-Fear. Its not the first time Sarah Murdoch has crossed paths with Elliot – earlier in the year they met on the set of Australia’s Next Top Model.

July 2010

Australia’s Next Top Model

The EWF Challenge
The girls from ANTM rose to the challenge of wearing Elliot Ward-Fear’s creations in a 2 hour human statue show-down at the launch of the Vivid light festival. Their outfits included some of the more ‘dangerous’ aspects of Elliot’s work – the 19” suede platforms and neck-pieces covered in 8” spikes!

Read the blurb about ANTM6 Episode 3 featuring Elliot on Fox8.

June 2010

Billy Thorpe – Tangier Video

Elliot designs outfits for various characters in the commemorative Billy Thorpe video – shot on location in Morocco.

Watch the Billy Thorpe – Tangier on YouTube.

May 2010

Vivid Light Festival

Opening Night at the OPT
Elliot’s SS10 Collection used in a dramatic installation at the opening night of the Vivid Sydney light festival, curated by Lou Reed and Lori Anderson.