The shape of fashion in a mod world

Readers, I must confess that the Wornettes made a groundbreaking scientific breakthrough during the shoot for the Issue 15 editorial, Geometress. Our art director Casie Brown was so adamant that we achieve period authenticity for this mod-inspired shoot that we literally traveled back in time to 1960s London. I won’t bore you with the technical details, but needless to say I think we nailed it. How else can you explain the pitch-perfect outfits modelled by our assistant publisher Sofia Luu and our graphic designer Natalie Papanikolov, or the era-evoking photography of Lisa Kannakko?

The simplest answer is usually the correct one, readers. Time travel.

video and text // Daniel Reis
titles design // Alexandra Niit
end animation // Barry Potter

Natalie Wornette

I just graduated from George Brown college with a diploma in graphic design. I could try and fill you in on all my ambitions in life, but honestly? It all comes down to fashion and design. Well, that and a couple of cats. Yep, WORN seems like the right place for me.

Current Inspirations

Typography Served
Top work in categories such as typeface design, lettering, illustrated typography, or any piece with strong typographic treatments. I love to drool over beautiful typography.

Post New is such an inspirational source. They discover, curate, and report on innovation, thinking, ideas, and people that do more than just break the rules.
A blog created by three cool girls from Denmark, each sharing fashion filtered through her point of view.

Alchemy Legend Myth
An assortment of well curated photographs.

images by Brianne Burnell