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Ssōne profile Daisy Walker, ahead of her exhibition entitled 'Reunion'

"The collaboration came about through a shared passion for sustainability and community. So much of ​Ssōne’s ethos aligned with my own and the themes in my work. The Ssōne store aims to be a community space for women which sounded like an echo of my own non-profit organisation, Women in Fashion. This was my first meeting after months distanced from the industry due to the coronavirus and it felt like the perfect coming together of minds & values..."


Daisy Walker's solo exhibition 'Reunion' at Ssōne in London

Capturing the bodies of her subjects and herself outside, in their rawest state, Reunion documents a reconciliation between the Earth and us, its inhabitants. After all, the body is nothing more than a complex collection of atoms and elements, air and water. In times of chaos and confusion, the artist’s eye suggests, a primitive connection pulls us back to the organic environment we have evolved out of.

05.11.20 Ssōne, 17 Chiltern St, London W1U 7PQ by appointment


Anti-Racism Photo Fundraiser

More than 100 of the most prolific and exciting photographers from across the globe have contributed images from their archives to the Anti-Racism Photography Fundraiser raising funds for three British organisations and charities which support the Black community: The Black Curriculum, Black Minds Matter, and Exist Loudly, to name a few.


Stella McCartney profile Daisy Walker for Forces of Womanhood

London-based photographer and director Daisy Walker’s work brings the female gaze into focus – reclaiming and creating space in our culture long dominated by male perspectives. She captured a series of self-portraits during lockdown, nude save for a select edit of Stella McCartney vegan bags. As nature intended….


Works for Workers

187 artists have come together to raise funds for the National Domestic Workers Alliance Coronavirus Care Fund. Ends May 20.


The Earth Issue Freedom Fundraiser

The Earth Issue Freedom Fund is selling limited edition prints to raise funds for bail contributions and to support organizations fighting for social justice. All Prints are £100. Buy prints to support the BLM movement. Donating to George Floyd Bail Fund and 4Front Project


Twin for NHS

A Print Sale Fundraiser for NHS Charities Together, UK


Environment & Homelessness

To cut down plastic waste I am working with Whitechapel Mission to donate plastic film canisters which can be used to transport toiletries & medication for the homeless. Please hand in your old canisters to Chan Photographic and I will be donating on an on-going basis.


V&A Museum; Women in Fashion

Come & join the discussion on the Future of Fashion with Daisy speaking on her experience with activism & building a brand within the fashion industry.


Belle Hutton writes on ‘Woman’, Curated by Daisy Walker, for Another

This exhibition is about the meaning of ‘woman’ without limitation,” enthuses Daisy Walker, photographer and founder of non-profit organisation Women in Fashion. A new exhibition – titled simply Woman – and curated by Daisy sees the platform host over 20 artists in Rapid Eye’s Shoreditch space, the work on show forming an intimate compendium of how contemporary artists have responded to the exhibit’s title.


Women in Fashion makes the Dazed 100

Founded by Daisy Walker, Women in Fashion is working to break down old school hierarchies and create a better future for fashion


Olive Pometsey writes on Women in Fashion in ELLE UK

Meet Daisy Walker, the photographer and founder of Women in Fashion, a feminist collective committed to stamping out bad practice. Already an established name in the industry, Daisy's work has featured in the pages of Dazed & Confused, i-D and AnOther, and she's photographed the collections of Victoria Beckham and Loewe. Her work is about reframing femininity with nudes and intimate portraits; this is the female gaze, defining womanhood on her own terms.


Lexi Manatakis writes on ‘Solace’ in Dazed Digital

Daisy Walker’s latest series is raising money for London’s Solace Women's Aid, while reminding survivors they are never alone. As a survivor of rape, photographer and founder of Women in Fashion, Daisy Walker, understands the importance of Solace. It’s her experiences with the charity that drove her to produce her most recent series of nudes, Solace, as an ode to both the strength and power she finds in her body as a survivor, as well as a chance to give back to the charity that helped her confront her trauma.


Tish Weinstock writes on Women in Fashion for iD

Founded by British photographer Daisy Walker, Women in Fashion is the new activist platform tackling issues of gender,
diversity and malpractice in fashion. Tired of having no say in how her body was perceived, Daisy Walker became a fashion photographer to disrupt mainstream representations of women in fashion and fashion advertising.