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Somebody's Sins

‘I never realised the lengths I’d have to go, all the darkest corners of a sense I didn’t know’ – Ian Curtis.

Grown over a period of five years as an homage to the late Pierre Molinier, Somebody’s Sins explores the conflicting themes of restraint and freedom, dominance and individualism, possession and the freedom of expression. The juxtaposition found between these words creates an uncomfortable tension within which Hannah has been able to create vitality and volume across the pieces found within this collection.

Indisputable ruler of his house, mastermind in the shadows; the mysterious force of The Master is at once nameless, yet distinctive. This mysterious, driving power beguiles, controls and manipulates the house in which he rules, free of all boundaries.

Referred to by some as ‘MrS’, all find their allegiance in his irresistible web of dark beauty where dominance becomes liberty. The spell he casts over his congregation allows a space for those who seek to find something, many things, everything. They are unified in their search for unknown pleasures found in unknown places.

Brutal meets vulnerable as sharp lines meet soft, curved forms suggesting a suppressed, controlled energy ready to burst out from each piece. Whilst monumental and unapologetic, Hannah’s tributes to MrS all have an underlying sense of vulnerability.

Controlled and bound, yet revealed and exposed, Somebody’s Sins is the ultimate celebration of possession for those that are addicted to the pursuit of self-liberation.

Campaign: Photography Joss McKinley, styling Yolande Gagnier.

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‘I never realised the lengths I’d have to go, all the darkest corners of a sense I didn’t know’ – Ian Curtis.

Grown over a period of five years as an homage to the late Pierre Molinier, Somebody’s Sins explores the conflicting themes of restraint and freedom, dominance and individualism, possession and the freedom of expression. The juxtaposition found between these words creates an uncomfortable tension within which Hannah has been able to create vitality and volume across the pieces found within this collection.

Indisputable ruler of his house, mastermind in the shadows; the mysterious force of The Master is at once nameless, yet distinctive. This mysterious, driving power beguiles, controls and manipulates the house in which he rules, free of all boundaries.

Referred to by some as ‘MrS’, all find their allegiance in his irresistible web of dark beauty where dominance becomes liberty. The spell he casts over his congregation allows a space for those who seek to find something, many things, everything. They are unified in their search for unknown pleasures found in unknown places.

Brutal meets vulnerable as sharp lines meet soft, curved forms suggesting a suppressed, controlled energy ready to burst out from each piece. Whilst monumental and unapologetic, Hannah’s tributes to MrS all have an underlying sense of vulnerability.

Controlled and bound, yet revealed and exposed, Somebody’s Sins is the ultimate celebration of possession for those that are addicted to the pursuit of self-liberation.

Campaign: Photography Joss McKinley, styling Yolande Gagnier.