‘Joan of Arc Had Style’ – Amelia Troubridge Exhibition & book launch


Metro is thrilled to sponsor ‘Joan of Arc Had Style’, the latest body of work by photographer Amelia Troubridge.  Set against the backdrop of the museum’s current exhibition ‘Women Fashion Power’ at The Design Museum, Amelia’s book and art installation for which Metro produced twelve large fine art giclée prints will be on show in March.

Being both direct and complex ‘Joan Of Arc Had Style’, charts the journey of women and features a collection of images of some of the most outstanding and inspirational women Amelia has encountered in her celebrated career including Fay Weldon, Helen Mirren, Kim Cattrall, Anna Friel, Erin O’Connor, Cara Delavingne, Pam Hogg, Dita von Teese and Ruth Jones to name a few.  The book and exhibition celebrates exceptional women from the spheres of politics, culture, business and fashion-forward thinkers who have had an impact on the world stage

Amelia comments: “I set out to celebrate individuality, courage and strength, but also, inevitably, to offer an honest portrayal of being those women, the struggle of their journeys. This book represents my personal viewpoint of seminal moments in all of our lives as women. We are all those women at one time or another.”

For more information about Amelia Troubridge
For more information about Women Fashion Power
‘Joan of Arc Had Style’ book by Trolley will be available soon
Design Museum, 28 Shad Thames, London SE1 2YD

Exhibition Dates: 12th – 15th March 2015
Private View: Thursday 12th March 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Opening times: Open daily 10:00am – 5:45pm; Last admission 17:15pm

Images © Amelia Troubridge

1. Dita Von Teese. London. 2008.
2. Susie Bick And Nick Cave. Brighton 2013.
3. Justine Picardie. Scotland 2012