Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright

Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright

Eyebrows & Eyelashes

Eyebrows & Eyelashes

Is High Fashion Losing its Focus on Wearability?

Is High Fashion Losing its Focus on Wearability?

OPOR

OPOR

Citizen Cashmere: White

Citizen Cashmere: White

Soft & Golden

Soft & Golden

Rebecca

Rebecca

McArthurGlen x Brooks Brothers

McArthurGlen  x  Brooks Brothers

Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright

December 08 2016
Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright The Arnolfini has put on Emotional Archaeology, a major solo exhibition by artist Daphne Wright, curated by Jo Lanyon. The exhibition showcases work from the breadth of Wright’s career. Originally from Ireland, Wright works from her home studio in Bristol to explore “complex social issues and our understanding of...
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Eyebrows & Eyelashes

November 28 2016
Eyebrows & Eyelashes Looking particularly bright and yellow-undertone today. Maybe there is such a thing as too much sun(light) in photography? Anyway… One of my favourite passive thoughts is how can I grow thicker eyebrows and eyelashes? I am a little obsessed with the notion of ‘naturally’ thick, long lashes and ‘charmingly...
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Is High Fashion Losing its Focus on Wearability?

November 25 2016
Is High Fashion Losing its Focus on Wearability? They say that fashion is art, but have some designers gone a little too far in their interpretations of what it means to be fashionable – or have style? The SS17 shows continued to celebrate the craze for “ugly shoes,” as comfort sets the new standard for fashion, but...
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OPOR

November 21 2016
OPOR I photographed Opor, a front-runner at 25 Model management, at a dear family-friend’s* upstairs studio. The friend in question has worked as a photographer for a long time; having worked on film sets, photographed high profile events and even my mama in her dancing hey days. Needless to say...
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Citizen Cashmere: White

November 11 2016
Citizen Cashmere: White This look, the White look, was by far the hardest to pull off. Pristine attire isn’t usually my thing. When it comes to day wear, I prefer the fun and spontaneity of colour and shape. I’m not so much Upper East Side as I am Urbanite-meets-country-bumpkin. As with the...
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