23 April 2009
Ever wondered what a typical – or not so typical – day is like for fashion’s finest designers and creatives? From catwalk castings, creating collections, arguments with taxi drivers and jet-setting all over the place, VOGUE.COM caught up with them to find out exactly what a day in their life is really like – spilling the stylish and sartorial beans throughout the month of April. Today, set designer Shona Heath whose fantastical fashion sets regularly appear in the pages of British Vogue. Heath created the set for the December issue’s Tale of the Unexpected shoot, styled by Kate Phelan and photographed by Tim Walker, as well as the iconic December 2004 The Vogue Pantomime shoot, also shot by Tim Walker and styled by Kate Phelan.