Last week I modelled for a styling student, Lauren Woods, who wanted to create something based on the concept of ‘six impossible things’ from Alice In Wonderland (hence the weird and wonderful props) and inspired by SS13 fashion. I really enjoyed the shoot, and the photos turned out great! None of the outfits are my own or my styling, however I love most of them – especially the beautiful silver sequined dress, the pretty tea party outfit and the fab House Of Holland inspired dungareers, gittery bralet and beanie combo – so I want to share them anyway. Check out some of the images below, and hype a couple on Lookbook here and here.
|Black & Silver Flower Print Dress, size small, £8|
|Pink Blouse, size small, £7|
|Pink Skirt, size small, £9|
|Small Floral Patterned Dress, size medium, £10|
|Long Pleated Tropical Print Skirt, size medium, £7|
|Grey Shorts, size medium, £9|
|80s Floral Dress, size medium, £10|
|Blue & White Paisley Dress, size medium, £11|
|Floral Mini Dress, size medium, £13|
I modelled for Cicely-Grace Photograph yesterday and here is a sneak peak of some of the results! I’m wearing an amazing vintage geometric print shirt and navy American Apparel Disco Pants, although the shoes are not mine and I am unsure where they came from. If you like these, check out the photographer’s other work on Facebook and Tumblr, and keep your eye out for the rest of the photos soon.
I love Cara Delevinge, I love amazing clothes and I love baby animals, so this series of photoshoots by Nick Knight for SHOWstudio, collectively entitled ‘Pussycat, Pussycat’, are a dream! Inspired by “internet memes, animal GIFs and Autumn/Winter 2012’s taste for grown-up, blown-up overdressing” Cara looks stunning in various designers including Medham Kirchhoff, Prada, Rochas and Valentino, and in jewellery from Fabergé, Van Cleef and Arpels, Cartier, Solange Azagury-Partridge and Delfina Delettrez. However, these editorials are a little unorthodox as they were shot and edited using only the popular iPhone app Instagram. Check out a few of my favourite images from the six looks below and view the rest on the SHOWstudio blog. I love the way they turned out, what are your thoughts?