Chris Sutton

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Chris Sutton
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Background information
Born July 13, 1983 (age 38)
Origin Belfast, United Kingdom
Occupation(s) Designer, Professional Actor, Performance Artist and Fashion Director
Years active 2012 to present

Chris Sutton is a designer, professional actor, performance artist and fashion director. Sutton's most noted work to date with Marilyn Manson is his fashion direction and styling for the stage performances of Marilyn Manson's 2012 Twins of Evil Tour, including the creation of the skull and triple head stage masks. The former of which can be seen worn by Manson in the Slow-mo-tion and Hey, Cruel World... music videos.

Chris is a professionally trained fine artist and theatre professional. He founded and was the fashion designer for the internationally renowned cult fashion Label Void of Course. His fashion designs have been published in some of the most prestigious international fashion publications, such as Vogue, Vogue Italia, Interview and W magazine and in 2010 he was listed as one of the 66 most influential young creatives in Great Britain. His work and dedication to Art and design history along with pop culture has enabled him work with the very best craftsmen, makers and visionaries to enhance and bring any idea imaginable to life.

Based in London, Sutton is developing a strong presence in Los Angeles with his studio specializing in full-service creative and fashion direction, from design to realisation of concepts or individual pieces for Fashion, Touring, Music video, Live performance, Film and advertising.


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