Sea commissioned photographer John Ross to shoot close-ups of Ted Baker haberdashery for the clothing retailer’s 1999 annual report. Images of buttons, press studs, zips and Velcro appear on a clean white background, accompanied by a sentence on the business. ‘We wanted to highlight the company’s attention to detail,’ says Sea creative director John Simpson. ‘Ted Baker brands everything it uses.’
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