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Test Shoot with @sylvannakhalili featuring Krishma Sabbarwal Knitwear

Photography by @bashvue

The Rising Sun x Size Official campaign for Nike.

"This photoshoot takes the concept of objectification and uses the Barbie doll as the object – the same way exploitation of such a cheap attempt at ticking a box for the Asian community showed itself: a small objective. This shoot also discusses immigration, the discrimination Asian immigrants face and how poorly they’re treated amongst people who see them as a ‘lesser than’. Through this photoshoot, we are shown representation of Asians on a much deeper level – the photographer, model and fashion designer all being Asian. We are shown a version of a Barbie doll we aren’t often shown. We are witness to Asian immigrants making a stand against discrimination."

Photographed & Direction by: Marco Estrella
In frame: NAJA
Assisted by: Jack Carr
Garments by: Krishma Sabbarwal
Words by: Kiera Mangham

Designer in Conversation at The Victoria & Albert Museum for Gal-Dem Magazine's Friday Late

Fuze UK for Utopia 2021 supporting @artrefuge_ & @blacksouthwestnetwork

Leeds RAG Show 2021

supporting @carersleeds and @labourbehindthelabel

"KRISHMA SABBARWAL ALUMNI OF GFF CONTINUES TO GROW HER BRAND AND EXPLORE IMMIGRATION AND SUSTAINABILITY

Meet Krishma Sabbarwal, a 2018 fashion textile graduate from East London University. Krishma talks to Graduate Fashion Foundation about her work development since graduating in 2018 and how she continues to be inspired by exploring culture, immigration and sustainability within her brand."

Photographed by @damienlofy

​Make up by @daisyoldershaw.hmua

​Modelled by @juliannayiga

Oxford Atelier Studio

Kohl Kreatives Campaign

Styled by @Ayishaayishaa

Aether magazine 

​Photographed by @miasakai

​Styled by @ssalacia

​Modelled by @blisskellyy