Category Archives: portfolio work

Kastor & Pollux’s GAEA Collection is here!!!

DIRECTED + EDITED BY: Rosanna Peng   |   SHOT BY: Olivia Genovese     Convertible Dress in Black $84     Convertible Dress in Grey $84 (left), Reversible Tank in Sage $48, Pleated Pants in Sage $68 (right)   Reversible Tank in Grey $48, Pleated Pants in Grey $68     Convertible Dress in […]

Topman Competition

This past semester, the retail management students at Ryerson had a course that revolved entirely around planning a collection for Topshop/Topman’s new Canadian market. Though they had the branding, marketing, budget, and other business-y stuff down pat, each group needed a designer – i.e. any fashion student at Ryerson – to create the actual line […]

Kastor & Pollux Jewelry Lookbook

Hi all! As Dani and I were making a bit more progress with the changes on our website, it occurred to us that many of our blog readers aren’t even aware of our actual website despite our shameless advertising. Let me break it down for ya: Danielle (kastorandpollux.com) and I both have our blogs hosted […]

More Fun Pictures

I’ve been taking a lot of editorial-style photos recently. For lack of other things to blog about, I’m going to post some of them here! Thanks to photography course requirements including contribution to a blog, I already wrote a description for the following three photos. Here it is: Despite the ungodly hour these photos were […]

Wanderer

A couple of weeks ago, I played creative director in a photo shoot. I got to choose the model, style the outfits, and come up with the concept! I wanted to do a menswear shoot, featuring a model dressed in drapey clothing as an urban nomad of sorts. But, instead of the feeling of freedom […]

Christian Lacroix

In my previous post I mentioned a project I was working on. I created three compositions based on a quote: a strictly text-only piece, a strictly image-only piece, and a piece using both. The quote I chose is by the inspirational Christian Lacroix: “Beauty is not a very well-balanced thing, it has to be disturbing […]