On Monday, as part of men’s fashion week at the ICA in London, Tilda Swinton attended the screening of a fashion film for fellow Scot Timothy Everest entitled ‘Findhorn’, directed by Johnnie Shand Kydd.
Known for her edgy and unique personal style, Tilda stars in the fashion film for bespoke tailor Timothy Everest’s Spring 2014 offering.
The short film promotes the designer’s capsule collection for the season. The project draws on the parallels of the craftsmanship of bespoke tailoring and tattooing, as the designer teamed up with iconic Japanese tattoo artist Horiyoshi III for this collection.
As the model, Tilda re-enacts (in an exaggerated way) the bespoke experience that Timothy Everest provides for his clients during a fitting.
For the event, the reigning queen of androgyny wore an ivory bespoke Timothy Everest + Horiyoshi III suit with a crisp white shirt and white pumps.
The colour combo should wash her out due to her pale complexion but, as we’ve come to expect, Tilda nails this look when so many others would’ve failed.
Credit: David Jensen