True to its name, our latest website theme design, titled Fabric, is a prefect fit for fashion shoots. With a layout that puts your imagery front and center, Fabric is ideal for any creator who wants to go bold and minimal with their online portfolio website. A sidebar menu allows for easy navigation of different pages, but neatly disappears when it’s not needed.
Fabric also includes a particularly creative feature you won’t see elsewhere: images stack up on each other as viewers browse through a gallery, making for a unique, interactive viewing experience that sets these websites apart.
Check out Fabric yourself, and scroll down to see some of our favorites websites that have been created using this theme so far.
Yeon You is a fashion stylist and creative director based in London. You organizes their portfolio by project, with a large text sidebar menu listing styled shoots for magazines and brands. This easy-to-browse menu allows You to seamlessly integrate their CV into portfolio navigation.
Portrait photographer Aundre Larrow’s website gets a fresh look with the Fabric theme and a set of simple galleries. Larrow, who is based in New York, pairs his photography with a pale pink background that helps his images stand out.
Based in Los Angeles by way of the UK, Zarina Humayun is a photographer and stylist who’s worked with talent including Troye Sivan, Timothée Chalamet, and Zoey Deutch, as well as clients including Models.com and Vans. Humayun keeps her website carefully organized with a range of different galleries, ensuring that her work is easy to discover.
Photographer Megan Jordan keeps her portfolio pared down with a single gallery of images showcasing her best work. Jordan, who is based in London, has worked with Time Magazine, L’Officiel, and the Royal Academy, among other clients. A beige background and timeless serif font give a refined feel to her photography website.
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