Conceptualized and directed a series of short video and stills featuring the dancer Maggie Cloud, who interpreted pieces by some of Bergdorf Goodman's newest shoe designers. Double or Nothing also created a multi-media profile with the designers which ran simultaneously on the Bergdorf Goodman blog, 5th at 58th.
Concept, design and photography for the Resort 2016 lookbook for Scosha.
Love or Nothing was a pop-up event curated by Skye Parrott and Pamela Love at Wilder in Nashville, TN. It featured the work of 28 women artists, designers and makers, including Ace and Jig, Aelfie, Amanda Valdez, Bari Zipperstein, Brother Vellies, Calico Wallpaper, Caris Reid, Eskayel, Jennilee Marigomen, Lemlem, Lizzie Fortunato, Mara Hoffman, Marlowe Goods, Ulla Johnson, and many more.
Double or Nothing is a content-creation platform founded by Skye Parrott and Erin Dixon. Its original content is produced by a collective of creatives and specifically aims to give space to the female voice.
Drawing from our contributors' multi-disciplinary editorial roots, Double or Nothing exploits the interactive capabilities of the internet and the power of real-life experiences, linking like-minded individuals and brands to tell stories and create genuine connections at every turn.
Etsy x Dossier was a month-long pop-up shop on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Creative Director Skye Parrott collaborated with Stephanie Tran to curate a selection of art, gifts, and home and lifestyle products from Etsy, the leading marketplace for unique goods. The shop's products were sourced from over 30 designers for the launch of Etsy Wholesale, a juried marketplace for retailers. The space hosted weekend workshops where participants could learn weaving, screen printing, and make natural beauty products. A limited-edition publication, created for the collaboration, showcased the studios and creative processes of six Etsy vendors.
Dossier Outpost was a four-month summertime installation at South Street Seaport, curated by Skye Parrott and Stephanie Tran. Seven shipping containers, decorated with a mural by artist Jess Rotter, were transformed into pop-up shops which housed a rotating selection of stores and galleries offering clothing, design and housewares. A selection of food trucks were brought on, as well as a curated schedule of cultural programming. Vendors included Audrey Louise Reynolds, Cinders Gallery, Ed. Varie, Northern Grade, Selima Optique, Samantha Pleet, Lila Rice, The Squeeze, and Whisper Editions. Dossier Outpost Gallery, an exhibition space curated by Skye Parrott, exhibited works by Caris Reid, Amanda Valdez, and Petra Collins, among others.
Dossier was a biannual arts and culture journal published by Skye Parrott and Katherine Krause between 2008 and 2014. It was printed biannually and distributed worldwide. Its twelve printed issues featured an array of artist portfolios, fashion stories, creative fiction, essays, portfolios, poetry, profiles and recipes. Its roster of contributers included Sherman Alexie, Jonathan Ames, David Armstrong, Agnes B, Mario Batali, Paul Chan, Francesco Clemente, Anne Collier, Tavi Gevinson, Nan Goldin, Kim Gordon, Miranda July, Yayoi Kusma, Yiyun Li, Robert Longo, Phillip Lopate, Pamela Love, Rick Lowe, Shirin Neshat, Jason Nocito, Yoko Ono, Rene Ricard, Dan Savage, Aurel Schmidt, Collier Schorr, Stephen Shore, Malick Sidibe, Kiki Smith, Peter Sutherland, Michael Pollan, and Alice Waters, and it featured the first printed portfolios of Sam Falls, Theo Wenner, and Zoe Ghertner, among many others.
Conceptualized and executed Aesop: Thirty Views of New York, a custom web project for the launch of the first Aesop boutiques in New York City. The website featured one post a day for the thirty days leading up the the opening, with thirty creatives highlighting their favorite secret New York places.
Secrets, a group photography exhibition curated by Skye Parrott and Alec Friedman, was on view at Space 1520 in Los Angeles. The show was comprised of 39 photographers’ visual responses when asked to tell a secret. Participating artists included David Armstrong, Hisham Bharoocha, Cass Bird, Angela Boatwright, Robin Broadbent, Samantha Casolari, Alexandra Catiere, Cody Chandler, Rachel Chandler, Chris Chenier, Todd Cole, Tony Cox, Jessica Craig-Martin, Sam Falls, Seth Fluker, Alec Friedman, Jason Fulford, Marcelo Gomes, Julia Hetta, Richard Kern, Andreas Laszlo Konrath, Jeremy Liebman, Nicholas Lorden, Pamela Love, Dan Martensen, Sophie Morner, Santiago Mostyn, Skye Parrott, Virginia Rolston Parrott, Marc Pilaro, Pedro Ramos, Reka Reisinger, Ola Rindal, David Benjamin Sherry, Jordan Sullivan, Peter Sutherland, Martynka Wawrzyniak, Weston Wells and Io Tillett Wright.
Homecoming was a week-long installation on Elizabeth St. in lower Manhattan which took place during September Fashion Week. Curated by Skye Parrott, Katherine Krause and Alec Friedman of Dossier, and supported by Vans, Homecoming was open daily and offered a lounge, coffee, tacos, a portrait studio by photographer Dan Martensen, and a video-booth confessional installation by Skye Parrott and Crystal Moselle. A rotating schedule of evening events included musical performances by Kyp Malone, Chris Taylor and Solange Knowles, a slideshow presentation by Ricky Powell, a panel discussion of female photographers, an art exhibit, collage classes, reiki classes, a film screening, and nightly parties.
Younger Than I'll Be, a photography show about youth and New York City, was curated by Skye Parrott and was on view at the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The show featured works by David Armstrong, Cass Bird, Larry Clark, Jessica Craig-Martin, Adrian Gaut, Nan Goldin, Marcelo Gomes, Robert Longo, Skye Parrott, Virginia Parrott, Jack Pierson, David Schoerner, Peter Sutherland, and Weegee.
Consulted on brand identity, logo, stationary, website design, web content, clothing prints, labels and packaging for the launch of the clothing brand Process and the website Livetheprocess.com.