If you’ve ever ended up at their studio at 4am after a long night of drinking, you’ll understand what we mean when we say that Tin&Ed are like a charity organisation for homeless parties. Hardly a weekend goes by without the creative duo opening up their place of work to revelers after some house party got closed down by the cops. It makes you wonder where they find the time to be the amazing designers that they are. They’re work is crafty, playful, lively and international all at the same time. Seriously, we love their shit.
Starting this Thursday, the Jacky Winter Group presents A Relative Distance, Tin & Ed’s first solo exhibition ever. Part of the Melbourne Fashion Week Cultural Program, the show will feature photographs of incredible outfits designed workshop-style by them and a bunch of their beautiful friends, who also modeled the creations. By the way, Tin & Ed will also be appearing in the upcoming fashion issue of Vice Magazine. Basically, they dressed each other in crazy shit from Savers for an entire week. Kudos guys. That took balls.
A RELATIVE DISTANCE - A NEW WORK BY TIN&ED
Thursday 5 March to Saturday 28 March
Lamington Drive @ The Compound Interest Centre for Applied Arts
89 George Street, Near the corner of Gertrude