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Zakee Shariff, “Summer Breeze” ∙ SS04

Bikini: Starcat print. Photo by Jess McDonald. Make-up by Kate Lee. Styling by Zakee Shariff
Zakee's Summer Breeze collection for Spring/Summer 2004 was inspired by the joys of city life crossed with the elements of nature, especially the sea. The collection included a fusion of elegant silks, strong tailoring and casual jerseys. Images and shapes inspired by More

Oki-Ni ∙ 2003

'Orgy' print, used for wallpaper for the Oki-Ni window display, 2003
Zakee was asked by London-based design collective Oki-Ni to create an exhibition of customised clothing for their store on Saville Row, London. As well as hand-customising underwear, tops, bottoms and sweatshirts, Zakee created the wallpaper for the store (in her Mhendi print) More

Zakee Shariff, “Peace Driven” ∙ AW03

Cotton jersey jacket: Orgy print, Cotton jersey pants: Mhendi Hands print. Cotton striped socks: no print. Leather shoes: no print. Photo by Rosalind Miller. Make-up by Kate Lee. Styling by Tamara Fulton
For her Autumn/Winter 2003 collection, Zakee was inspired by childhood memories of her mother's boutique in 1970s Pakistan, where sumptuous embroidered fabrics lay strewn over a stunning mosaic floor. Zakee fused these elements with influences from London street culture, creating a More

Shariff/Miller “Together” Exhibition At The Tabernacle ∙ 2003

Zakee Shariff & Rosalind Miller, 'Freedom', 2003. Silk-screen print on photograph, dry-mounted onto aluminium. 70 × 125 cm
A Rosalind Miller (photography) and Zakee Shariff (silk-screen printmaking) exhibition, held at the Tabernacle, London W9. Ros and Zakee travelled to various places in the UK where Ros recorded Zakee in the privacy of her thoughts. A selection of images was chosen from these More

Shariff/Stewart , “The Angels Of Z” ∙ 2003

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"The Angels Of Z" is a short film about a day in the life of ten girls wearing Zakee Shariff's Spring/Summer 2003 collection. Filmed by Neil Stewart with animation by Zakee Shariff and Public, it was screened in London (London More

Zakee Shariff ∙ SS03

Silk jacket: Scots' Land print. Silk trousers: Scot's Land print. Photo by Neil Stewart. Styling by Zakee Shariff
Seeking refuge on a deserted beach in Thailand, Zakee found inspiration in the purest elements of nature – the sky, sun and stars. Each print was hand-drawn, bringing together personal mementos, precious memories, the fun of fantasy and the warmth More

Zakee Shariff ∙ AW02

Velour jacket: Peace Butterfly print. Wool trousers: no print. Hand-made butterfly broach: Lucy Miller for Zakee Shariff. Photo by Neil Stewart. Styling by Pip Ingham/Cathal McAteer
Zakee's Autumn/Winter 2002 collection offered a gentle and peaceful approach to fashion design. Birds of peace and the butterflies of lost love fluttered across fabrics in the form of new prints, alongside tree of life imagery and Zakee's signature star More

Shariff/Miller, “Dalston” ∙ 2002

Zakee Shariff & Rosalind Miller, 'Head Scarf Lady', 2002. Silk-screen print on photograph. 28 × 43 × 4 cm
A Rosalind Miller (photography) and Zakee Shariff (silk-screen printing) collaborative exhibition, displayed at the Supra Girls store, Portobello Road, London. Zakee and Ros created small, white, box-like images and added photographic imagery to them. Zakee then screen printed abstract marks onto More

Zakee Shariff ∙ SS02

Cotton dress: Irregular Dot print. Photo by Ben Ingham. Styling by Pip Ingham
Combining femininity, elegance and street style, Zakee Shariff makes clothes to inspire and encourage women to express their individuality through the things that they wear. Her Spring/Summer 2002 collection saw creative printing come to life in an array of beautiful More

Shariff/Miller, “Beaches” ∙ 2001

Zakee Shariff & Rosalind Miller, Skull Beach, 2001
A Rosalind Miller (photography) and Zakee Shariff (silk-screen printing) collaboration exhibited at the Zakee Shariff static clothing show for SS01 during London Fashion Week. The exhibition consisted of large photographic images, show by Ros  35 mil camera and stretched onto metal before Zakee More