Saturday, 18 September 2010

Published in Celladoor Magazine!!!

It's been a while waiting but the Autumn Issue for Celladoor Magazine is finally out, and mine and Naomi's styling is in it! Were pages 48 - 55 if you want to have a look!

I am now also able to show the final photographs now they have been published from the Autumn Shoot which I previously blogged about.

Photography by Hanna Wright and Luke Mathews, Model Lottie Williams, Make-up by Lydia Pankhurst and styling by me and Naomi Farmer.
I hope you like!!!

Sunday, 12 September 2010

Photographs from the Get crazy, Get loud shoot (previously known as Grunge,Fetish Shoot).

So I've finally got the photo's back from the photographer for the Get Crazy, Get Loud photo-shoot (previously known as the Grunge, Fetish shoot) Yes the name sounds much better than my previous one but honestly what do you call a shoot like this? The photo's did take they're time coming back to me as the photographer didn't realise she had to email them over...very strange considering she had already uploaded them on her facebook and model mayhem page, but anyway, at least I got them back and here they are...

Really pleased with the photographs! They are exactly as I imagined, fun, cheeky with a naughty edge! I could defiantly see them being in the likes of Front or Dazed and Confused magazine and what I love about the photographs is that you are brought into it. The models make you want to have their fun, reckless lives and I think this is an important message to portray. A photograph must make someone feel as if they want to be part of it...that is what sells it after all!

Wednesday, 8 September 2010

The Empire Strikes Back

I tend to go on Lookbook a fair bit as its a good indicator to current street trends, not only in the UK but also worldwide. I love it when you find an item which has been re-styled in different ways. H&M clothing is defiantly one you have to be careful with if you want to be individual however, as there are shops everywhere selling exactly the same item. This is proven in their Empire Strikes Back T-shirt.

Here are my Empire Strike Back T-shirt finds on how to wear it and how to defiantly not wear it.

This outfit had me chuckling for a quite a while. I personally do not think knee high socks on guys is a good look. Unless you are playing rugby please leave them at home!
Look by Tim W, GermanyI think going on from the knee high socks this look is very similar to the above one. I just don't think black knee highs and light denim work with this T-shirt.
Look by Baylee B, CanadaI love the navy cardigan with this T-shirt and the glasses, perhaps not the hat. Lets hope he is wearing a pair of jeans and not knee high socks though!
Look by Lucas D, France
I think this T-shirt works really well in this preppy look. Shirt over the top keeps it casual without looking forced, colours link to the T-shirt. Thumbs up!
Look by Marcus L, Columbia
This is my favourite look for the T-shirt and defiantly shows that knee high socks do work providing the colour matches the skirt.
Look by Laura R, Germany