Monday, 29 November 2010


With the end of term in sight, everyone seems to be feeling far too festive for the end of November! But just thought i'd post this amazing christmassy shoot by Jamie Nelson. I want to join in with this party.

Saturday, 27 November 2010

Juergen Teller

All: Juergen Teller
We had a lecture on the history of fashion photography the other day, it was one of my favourite lectures but it made me really miss my photography. Juergen Teller is an amazing photographer, i would describe his style as awkward. But the awkwardness seems to work. All his shots seem candid, and its quite refreshing to see the (massive) body of work he's done for Marc Jacobs as it goes against the conventional airbrushed glamorous look used so frequently in high fashion advertising.


Catherine McNeil by Emma Summerton
my word of the day.

Monday, 22 November 2010


Photographer:Damon Baker
Model:Clara Paget
for the debut issue of Sheer Magazine.
Wow, wow, wow. This shoot for the first issue of Sheer Magazine is beautiful. Love the combination of plastic, chunky knits, crazy hair and jewels.

Saturday, 20 November 2010

Oooh La La...

Vogue Paris, December 2010
Photography: Mert & Marcus
Tom Fords Womens Collection
Vogue Paris just keeps getting better and better.
Check out the December 2010 issue, where Tom Ford is guest editor. Up until now the public have only been able to feast their eyes upon head shots of the highly anticipated Tom Fords womens wear collection, as he banned all photos at his very exclusive presentation during fashion week. However finally we get the first full length view, and it definitely does not disappoint.
Also, isn't the cover amazing...

Wednesday, 17 November 2010



I have created a questionnaire for my Uni Dissertation and it would be SO incredibly helpful if i could get some of your opinions on where you think the future of fashion is heading...

Just click HERE to do the (realllly quick) survey!!!


Friday, 12 November 2010

A Digital Revolution...

Last week Vogue launched its first ever app for the iPad, and so far it looks like its been a big hit among the fashion crowds. The app features the amazing December 'Star' issue and is a like for like copy of the magazine but has loads of extra features like behind the scene videos and exciting augumented reality features, all for £3.99. However, as it stands this Vogue app is unfortunatly a one off...
I am currently studying the future of fashion for my dissertation and after massive amounts of reading up on the subject of the future of magazines i find it really interesting to see how magazines (and brands) are finally utilising new technology in order to create exciting and compelling environments for consumers. I think magazines will begin to really invest time into creating magazine apps, and although i think its really exciting to be able to access more inspirational content, i love the feeling of actually having a physical Vogue arrive on my doorstep and being able to keep a stack of them that i can always refer back to.
If you have any thoughts on the subject let me know...!

"The cover of the app is the same as the magazine, but a button appears that links to a little behind-the-scenes movie that Mario Testino’s team made of his shoot with Emma Watson. There are several behind-the-scenes videos of different elements of Vogue shoots, including a how-to video with Lisa Eldridge that list the make-up products used in one of the shoots.
The ‘Fashion Player’ takes our fashion shoots and enhances them, turning them into multi-sensory experiences with music and moving images.
And, there is also ‘Vogue Shops’ which takes all the front-of-book and back-of-book content that’s not in fashion shoots and sorts it by product type. At the moment, it does not actually link out to shopping sites or our own fashion shop, but this could happen in the future."

"There is also a section of augmented advertising opportunities using rich media which have been taken by Burberry, Chanel, Fendi, Gucci, Parfum Christian Dior, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren and Tiffany. Augmented options vary from Burberry — where the model moves her head as you run your finger across the app — to high definition films. This package is available at an extra cost. Opportunities have been deliberately limited to ensure these campaigns stand out."

Alexandra Shulman talking to Imran Amed- The Business of Fashion

Mrs Jacobs

INDUSTRIE Magazine Issue 02
Marc Jacobs styled by Katie Grand.
Photographer: Patrick Demarchelier

"Marc pulled on one of the coats, put his hand in the pocket and found a Louis Vuitton Murakami phone charm that I must have been carrying the last time I wore it. He gave me a funny look and said, “I’m actually wearing your clothes. This feels a bit weird”
Bizarre but i love!

Thursday, 11 November 2010


Look what i just got sent!
This photo was taken during London Fashion Week whilst I was waiting for the James Long show to start, but i had no idea who the woman was who was taking it! Turns out she was from Oasis and she put me on their blog, along with the woman (middle left photo) who was at every show and i decided i want to be her when i grow up- she was amazing and has amazing style and to top it off i think she works for the BFC. If anyone knows who she is please tell me!
I'm wearing: Topshop Trench Coat, Topshop Leather Shorts and American Apparel Sheer Shirt.
Click Here
to go to the oasis blog.

Wednesday, 10 November 2010


Cameron Russell
Photography: Ben Hart
Absolutely LOVE this shoot. Love the striking black and white, silhouettes, attitude and the lace across the face in the first image in amazing...
Definitely one of my favourite styles of photography.

Saturday, 6 November 2010

Vogue Dream.

2nd best issue of Vogue ever...
The first being the December 2008 issue with the one and only Kate Moss on the cover.