Drew Jarrett takes us back to the 1990s.


Drew Jarrett 1994, Kate Moss

The 1990s were a different time. ‘More free,’ says photographer Drew Jarrett, ‘less restricted, with little thought to constraints and the realities of life.’ It sounds like a dream. At the beginning of the decade, having decided to abandon hairstyling and become instead a fashion photographer, Jarrett was living in London and working with the likes of a young Kate Moss and Stella Tennant; but at the same time he was also taking pictures of his family, his friends and the landscapes that he passed through. ‘1994’ is a portrait of that world. Presented as a series of collages of pictures cut out from contact sheets, its casual, snapshot aesthetic reveals without artifice a magical moment in the history of fashion.

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