Characterised by its directional, experimental and visionary designs, Cameo sets out to create an innovative way to dress. Heavy but touch-soft fabrics, direction prints and a polished finish encompass the Cameo signature aesthetic.
Cameo is a new breed of design which has developed cult status globally and is garnering much attention from fashion influencers and creative such as Whitney Port, Kim Kardashian, Aimee Song (Song of Style), Geri Hirsch (Because I’m Addicted) and Jennifer Grace (Native Fox).
Each of Cameo’s 11 yearly collections are created around a central theme. This concept is teased out through the shapes, fabrication and design details of the garments. . “Every step of a garment’s creation involves directed artistic input,” says Head Designer Kathryn Forth. “From the drawing stage to blocking the pattern pieces, from developing the exclusive fabrication to designing the prints or artwork to grace the fabric.” The central theme is encapsulated by the beautiful lookbooks and campaign imagery which encompasses each collection.
To wear the Cameo design is to embrace a creative concept and lay further expression upon it. Each time you wear a Cameo piece, it continues to evolve with your own unique personal exploration. “Styling a cameo Cameo garment is more than just complimenting design. You are creating an overall look which reflects your mood or evokes the persona you want to project for that day.”
Words from Cameo the Label Website.
Below are some pieces from Cameo’s latest Grand National Collection.