Photographer Julien T.Hamon takes a different approach to fashion imagery, the sets he creates differ entirely from the quintessential fashion editorial. His images built up with close-up editorial details; buckles and buttons, hems and collars, in order to all celebrate and showcase the form of the clothing and it's wearer.
Having been published in magazines like YEN, U+Mag, Paper Journel and DRECK, Hamon's works are coveted for their unconventional angles, filters, and depictions.
The documentary approach of the young French photographer who is now based in Montreal is undoubtedly attributed to his degree in film studies. And although Hamon transitioned into fashion photography he brought with him a documentary-esque approach that gives his images texture and emotion.
Through extremely simple images inspired by his favoured minimalistic aesthetic, he brings us to rediscover the complexities of the world we live in, and the clothing we wear to navigate it.
Julian T.Hamon's images are works of fashionable storytelling to a narrative of minimalistic vibes, and oh how we love it.
Words/ Jamie-Maree Shipton