Styled by Sarah Parker

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January 31, 2013

Color. Curiosities. A challenge. These are some of London-based set designer and prop stylist Sarah Parker's likes. Her style could best be described as a more stylized Things Organized Neatly, where everything from food to shiny objects gets the Parker treatment. Objects are painstakingly arranged with not a hair out of place and color gets carefully integrated into each scene. Her growing list of clients includes the British Fashion Council, men's fashion e-commerce site Mr. Porter, and Honda. Click through the slideshow to take a peek inside the meticulously-designed world of Sarah Parker.

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  British Fashion Council London Collections: Men Campaign.Various menswear garments and accessories lay on top and next to selectively-colored display furniture.
    British Fashion Council London Collections: Men Campaign.Various menswear garments and accessories lay on top and next to selectively-colored display furniture.
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  A Day on My Plate: Athletes’ Meals for NOWNESS.For luxury lifestyle website, NOWNESS, Parker and photographer Michael Bodiam collaborated to recreate Olympian nutritionist Dan Benardot's diets for five star athletes. Parker constructed the settings with laser-cut MDF, card, and paper, while the miniature food products (yes, they are real) add a playful touch.
    A Day on My Plate: Athletes’ Meals for NOWNESS.For luxury lifestyle website, NOWNESS, Parker and photographer Michael Bodiam collaborated to recreate Olympian nutritionist Dan Benardot's diets for five star athletes. Parker constructed the settings with laser-cut MDF, card, and paper, while the miniature food products (yes, they are real) add a playful touch.
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  Disegno with Thomas Brown.Shiny silver pouring containers lay upside down in this nature-inspired scene.
    Disegno with Thomas Brown.Shiny silver pouring containers lay upside down in this nature-inspired scene.
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  Mr. Porter 'Working Bags' Shoot.Everything other than the brown leather briefcase gets the color blue treatment.
    Mr. Porter 'Working Bags' Shoot.Everything other than the brown leather briefcase gets the color blue treatment.
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  Reflections.A recent project with London-based photographer Sam Hofman features a shining pear and tea kettle that mysteriously lack a reflection.
    Reflections.A recent project with London-based photographer Sam Hofman features a shining pear and tea kettle that mysteriously lack a reflection.
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  Collaboration with Alexander Kent.A melon-colored cylindrical cone "lights up" the all-white room.
    Collaboration with Alexander Kent.A melon-colored cylindrical cone "lights up" the all-white room.
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  British Fashion Council & GQ.Commissioned by the British Fashion Council & GQ, Parker built charming little sets by adding in quirky props and making the clothing pieces seem as if they were floating in air.
    British Fashion Council & GQ.Commissioned by the British Fashion Council & GQ, Parker built charming little sets by adding in quirky props and making the clothing pieces seem as if they were floating in air.

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