KambrielClothing Designer Female Salem, Massachusetts, US
My Website: KambrielMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/kambriel
Mayhem # 1040353
Kambriel Etsy Shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/kambriel
@KambrielDesign on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Kambrieldesign
Kambriel official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Kambriel/104397799602347
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Photographers with a vision, models with looks ranging from ethereal to dramatic, and hair/mua's with the talent to transform, feel welcome to get in touch.
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Fantastical Designs for Femme Fatales and Decadent Gentlemen ~ since 1994.
Kambriel's designs were personally selected by Dr. Valerie Steele for inclusion in an exhibit at the Museum at FIT in NYC (http://www3.fitnyc.edu/museum/gothic/Kambriel.html), and interviewed for the "Gothic: Dark Glamour" book which commemorated this iconically curated collection. The Kambriel Midnight Bustle design was used to promote the exhibit opening for Fall Fashion Week in NYC in "Time Out New York" for their "Own This City" highlight, while the Isabella Coatdress ~ also frequently used to promote the exhibit, has appeared in Elle Magazine, and other publications around the world, from Russia to Brazil.
Kambriel was presented the Gothic Beauty "Designer of the Year" award in 2005 & selected as the costume designer for a major Edward Gorey inspired theatrical dance performance for the Boston Celebrity Series which went on to tour in Tokyo, Japan and St, Petersburg, Russia. Her designs have also been used in a stage production of Oscar Wilde's "Salomé" and selected to lend a macabre, yet elegant atmosphere for the Animal Rescue League of Boston's first ever "Moonlight Ball" charity event.
Kambriel's created custom designs for a wide range of clients throughout the years, ranging from comedienne Margaret Cho to grand dame of the punk cabaret Amanda Palmer, along with Information Society, Evelyn Evelyn, Faith & the Muse, Neil Gaiman (who wore his custom Kambriel designs on the Oscars red carpet while attending for the Academy Award nominated film "Coraline"!), and many more ~ some of whom have been clients, collaborators, inspirations, and friends for over a decade.
Kambriel's theatrical fashion show vignettes have been performed across the country from Salem, Massachusetts (where my show was filmed by the Discovery Channel for a tv Halloween special), to New York City, Tampa, Portland, Seattle, Cambridge, Boston and Chicago.
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CAVEAT ON CREDITS:
There is a difference between a model/photographer wearing/shooting designs because they at some point wore them (either by personally owning a piece or chosen by a third party for a collective show) or if they attended and took photos at a fashion show as an audience member could, and someone who I have personally selected to model/photograph my work. Unless the model/photographer is featured on the Kambriel website or portfolio, please feel free to contact us first in order to see in what/if any capacity we've worked with them.
Now, on to the good stuff!
A few publications that Kambriel designs have been featured in, frequently accompanied by interviews:
TOME - Volume I - Featured Artist with Kambriel interview by Neil Gaiman
"Theatre is Evil" Art Book & Special Edition CD Release - Amanda Palmer
"Gothic: Dark Glamour" - Valerie Steele & Jennifer Park
"Paint it Black" - Voltaire (Midnight Bustle for front cover portrait)
"21st Century Goth" - Mick Mercer
"Hex Files - The Goth Bible" - Mick Mercer
"Cemetery Gates" - Corvis Nocturnum
"Embrace the Darkness" - Corvis Nocturnum
Time Out New York (USA)
Gothic Beauty (USA)
Dark Realms (USA)
Gothic Magazine (Germany)
Blood Stained Tears (Germany)
Gothic Grimoire (Germany)
The Mercyground (USA)
The Sentimentalist (USA)
Tattoo Savage (USA)
Sheltered Life (USA)
Comatose Rose (Canada)
Amongst the Ruins (Canada)
The Boston Globe
The Los Angeles Times
The Tampa Tribune
The Globe & Mail
The New York Times
Fashion Week Daily
Museum & Gallery Exhibits:
FIT Museum NYC
Allentown Art Museum
Amanda Palmer "Theatre is Evil" Art Gallery tour (US & Europe)