Behind the Scenes at Vogue - Shona Heath

Shona Heath Set Designer, Behind the Scenes After graduating from Brighton University with a degree in Fashion Design in 1997, set designer Shona Heath unleashed her imagination to full effect, creating fantastical worlds for magazines and fashion brands - from constructing a set full of oversized birds for Mulberry to crafting an air balloon dress worn by Coca Rocha for British Vogue. We visited Heath at her studio in Dalston where she was working on a story for British Vogue, and then followed her to the shoot at Big Sky Studios. Here, she tells us about working with her husband, photographer Tim Gutt, why she's great at working with so many different people, and the inspirations behind her barmy worlds.

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