Morph Costume Co.

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About Morph Costume Co.

In August 2013, Morph Costume Co. a new leader in the world of fancy dress was announced. The company also owns Digital Dudz, clothing and costumes that integrate the interactive Digital Dudz smartphone app. Morph Costume Co. is owned by AFG Media, which was founded in 2009 by brothers Fraser and Ali Smeaton and friend Gregor Lawson. AFG Media is the operating company behind Morphsuits, the costume phenomenon taking over the world.

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The Morph Costume Co. Digital Newsroom is a simple and useful resource for you to keep track of all the latest news stories. High resolution images and complete press releases are available to download from here, and you can connect with our various social media profiles easily.

Contact Details

Hannah Ashley & Hermione Upton-Speed
Manifest London
t. 0203 1379270
m. 07543271669
e. MCC@manifestlondon.co.uk

Morph Costume Co.

Catwalk of the Living Dead: London Fashion Week invaded by zombie horror show.

Fancy dress mavericks Morphsuits and Morph Costume Co. hijack London’s chicest event with zombies, monsters and dead pirates.

With London Fashion Week now well underway, Morphsuits and Morph Costume Co have been hijacking the capital’s most glamorous event with pop-up horror shows, swapping divas and ball gowns for zombies and undead pirates. Designed to terrify onlookers attending the high fashion shows of the day – half-dead zombies, monsters and pirates dragged their feet along a blood-stained catwalk outside the iconic Somerset House – the epicenter of the fashion world for London Fashion Week.

The bloody-thirsty mob, clad in the newly launched Morph Costume Co. designs, showcased a range of horrifying costumes which include smartphone technology to show live beating hearts or scores of maggots in an open chest wound.

According to cofounder Gregor Lawson:

“Everyone takes themselves so seriously at Fashion Week, so a terrifying, bloodied zombie complete with an exposed maggot-riddled heart makes even more of an impact than usual. We just wanted to bring the party on opening day, and show people how proud we are of our own creative innovation.”

Photo credits to Paul Clarke

Video credits to Adam Warne

Makeup by Emma-Jayne Moore 

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Miracles for the masses: Morph Costume Co. launches ‘iJesus’ superhero costume with ‘built in miracles’ for Easter

Ahead of Easter, costume developer Morph Costume Co. has taken innovation to a new spiritual level and paid homage to the world’s first superhero with the launch of iJesus, the first ever costume to incorporate built in ‘miracles’, available here. Each costume equips the wearer with the ability to turn water into wine, and also features […]

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