Mokoro is a non-profit collaboration between Louise Ford, Kristin-Lee Moolman and the Ere Foundation, celebrating hand-made recycled garments, exhibited at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
A celebration of the transformative power of creativity to raise funds for The New Leaf Drug Rehabilitation Centre in Lamu, Kenya.
Personal project with Alice Neale
Clients include Dior, Burberry, Zara, Estée Lauder, Jo Malone, Massimo Dutti, Stella McCartney, Ferragamo, Farfetch, The Victoria & Albert Museum, Wall Street Journal, Dazed Media Studios, Document Journal and Vogue China,
Louise is a stylist working in fashion across editorial and advertising. She spent her childhood living between Zimbabwe and Kenya, those formative years inspirited in her a desire to story-tell via the medium of image making, exploring styling as a powerful form of self expression.
She began with apprenticeships at British Vogue and i-D, before joining Dazed, spending four years in the fashion team assisting the creative director.
Louise has collaborated with photographers including but not limited to Alice Neale, Andrew Nuding, Kristin-Lee Moolman, Laura Jane Coulson, Julien Martinez Leclerc, Esther Theaker, Markn, Sean Thomas and Julia Hetta.