• A sneaky taster of more in Red Thread's inaugral issue.

    First issues are always great collectors items ... buy your copy here!

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  • Baby Forest Founding Creator Beth Buxton launches Red Thread Journal.

  • The  images from this feature appear in the inaugral issue of Red Thread Journal Autumn/Winter 15/16 .         Scroll to the right to view more

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  • CONNECTED BY A RED THREAD 


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  • Baby Forest Founding creator Beth Buxton is a diverse and talented fashion stylist and creative consultant based in London.

    Her degree was in Furniture Design & Making, but, after graduating, Buxton began her creative life by assisting fashion stylists Karl Plewka and Sarah Cobb.

    Buxton regularly consults for fashion labels and musicians and has styled and creatively directed numerous editorial shoots and films/videos with esteemed photographers including Rankin, Nick Dorey, Jon Compson and Dean Chalkley. She also likes to push creative boundaries in her personal work collaborating with contemporaries including Cara Delevingne, Melissa Tammerijn, and David Gandy on exhibitions and films.

    Beth has utilised her making skills by designing one off 'wearable furniture' and creating bespoke pieces for ad campaigns. With an approach that is continually expanding and crossing the boundaries into other artistic fields, she has become known for her multi-faceted skill set which can tackle a wide remit in her styling and design work.

    Recently, Beth broadended her skill set even further to found a striking print publication dedicated to fashion, design, art and photgraphic based imagery.  As, editor in chief and creative director of Red Thread Journal, she works with different teams of creators to produce a volume of stunning imagery presented in a clean, and strikingly beautiful way, allowing the images to speak for themselves - there are no words used.

    In chinese folklore, an invisible Red Thread connects those destined to meet, regardless of time, place, or circumstance.  The thread may stretch or tangle but never break.  Red Thread Journal aims to inspire and evoke using imagery only, and unite the creative contributors intrinsic in creating the spirit of the publication.

    The imagery that follows, titled 'Someday', is a spread taken from the very first issue of Red Thread Journal. Shot in The Roaches, on the edge of the peak district, Beth's creative team  mission was to support and raise awareness of depression, an important issue that effects too many of us.  Here they align their support to the charity Mind.  

    An isolated figure roaming the land, dressed solely in black,  has become a shadow of herself.  As lone and stark as the dead trees in her surrounding landscape.....the road is too long.

    To explore more of Beth's work click here

    To buy the very first issue of Red Thread Journal visit Beth's shop here

                                                                                                                                                                                             

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