The fashion world demands the highest standards of quality and design and this extends right down to the smallest details. That’s why London based creative production company, Storey Studio, choose to work with castors, tubing and inserts supplier Ross Handling.
With clients including ASOS, Westfield and British Vogue, Storey Studio provide set design services for interiors and exhibitions. Run by Rob Storey and Jessica Olson, Storey Studio has been working with Ross Handling for over two years, including a recent installation for an ASOS press launch.
Ross Handling supplied Storey Studio with the steel tubing, square bars and connectors for the specialist clothes rails and staging design which was at the heart of this installation. Olsson explained why they chose to work with Ross Handling on this project: “Our primary consideration is aesthetics and Ross Handling provide a product with the quality and style that we are looking for; coupled with practical considerations that we know Ross deliver a sturdy and robust product.
“But what really sets Ross Handling apart is the bespoke service that they offer. Working with our unique tubing configuration they cut all the tubing down to our specification which means everything is so easy – the connectors mean there is no welding required and everything just fits”.
Ross Handling director Louise Horne said: “It is always wonderful to see where our products end up, especially as part of an installation as stunning and glamorous as Storey Studio’s recent work for the ASOS press launch.”