Sam Deck: Who Wore You


Who Wore You is a series of photographs exploring vintage clothing and their past lives and history. This project dives into the identities and life of these hypothetical past owners who could have worn them, preserving its memories. Since clothing is a form of self expression, the primary focus of [Project Title] is reimagining how these pieces were styled previously. By exploring the past, we can dive deeper into what the world was like before our present time, offering a unique window into the past, allowing us to connect with those who paved the way for our current fashion trends. [Project Title] explores the beauty of vintage clothing and the unknown stories they hold.


Describe how you envision the end result of your project. If it is a work in progress please indicate your planned completion date.

Show with a look book to accompany the series, potentially having mannequins dressed with some of the clothing on site.

What inspired you to create this project? Include any relevant artists.

I have always been fascinated by the stories that vintage/second hand clothing hold.

Describe any challenges you faced creating this project, and the solutions that helped you to overcome these problems.

Sourcing clothing was the hardest, but I was able to overcome it by working with brands like PapaLove Vintage.

What are you most proud of about this project?

I am proud of how I have been able to bring my vision to life through styling.

Sam Deck: She/They

Sam Deck is a photographer based in Toronto. They use their background in fine art to influence how they create their photographs. She views her camera as a tool to help her paint an image, intended to invite the viewer to think about what is being shown. Sam Deck is currently completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography at Toronto Metropolitan University.