Self Portrait in Marylebone

Self Portrait in Marylebone

To Be Inspired…

To Be Inspired…

A Blur

A Blur

Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright

Emotional Archaeology by Daphne Wright

Eyebrows & Eyelashes

Eyebrows & Eyelashes

Citizen Cashmere: White

Citizen Cashmere: White

Soft & Golden

Soft & Golden

Rebecca

Rebecca

Citizen Cashmere: Black

October 08 2016
Citizen Cashmere: Black I am so happy to share this collaboration with you. A couple of months ago, Parisian brand Citizen Cashmere hired me to create a look book for their luxury turtlenecks in black, red, grey and white. I was asked to be the creative director…and then it was revealed to...
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OPOR

October 01 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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British Designers: Rose Wooderson

September 30 2016
British Designers: Rose Wooderson I met British designer Rose Wooderson during the Coldharbour collaboration, where she’d sat patiently watching as we ran around blitzing through her exquisite collection. Her collection, an Elizabethan Winter Wedding, was used as one of the exclusive set for the editorial. Rose had just graduated with a BA Hons...
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Profiles: Beckford Silk

September 26 2016
Profiles: Beckford Silk Beckford Silk is a family business that has been going strong for 41 years. The idea behind it was based on James Gardner’s passion for colour and in 1975 he set up the luxury silk company with his wife Martha. Going from one family business to another, the Gardners...
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Is High Fashion Losing its Focus on Wearability?

September 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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