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Tuesday, 19 February 2013
Saturday, 16 February 2013
Monday, 11 February 2013
I've already covered the very talented photographer, Hattie Ellis, who I encountered on a recent Seanhanna/L'Oreal/ Sweet Sorrow shoot but I wanted to talk about the equally talented and yet very different creative mind, Charlotte Smith and her art in make-up. I love her eye for detail and her very acute taste in complimenting and exaggerating the look and styling - evident here with the Sweet Sorrow shoot with model, Stacie, and hair by Seanhanna's Noel Halligan. Hopefully we'll be working together again soon, as it was soooo successful and so much fun. Who said work couldn't be enjoyable?
Find more of Charlotte's work here...
Hair: Noel Halligan | Make-Up: Charlotte Smith | Photography: Hattie Ellis | Styling: Sweet Sorrow Vintage | Model: Stacie Langford
Is it wrong that I've only just heard of Billy Reid? I absolutely love his Autumn/Winter 2013 women's collection. Literally every look I could see myself wearing, or at least wish I would wear. And not only that, the male models sporting the menswear are all bearded lumberjack beasts. What more could you ask for?
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Wednesday, 30 January 2013
Monday, 28 January 2013
Four of Prada's much anticipated designs for the forthcoming Great Gatsby remake have been released. And they're incredible, as expected. It's the third time that the italian designer has joined forces with Baz Luhrman (first in his 1996 adaptation of Romeo & Juliet , for which she designed the suit Leonardo DiCaprio's Romeo wore during the wedding ceremony, and also for the series of short films that were featured in the Met's 'Schiaparelli and Prada: Impossible Conversations' exhibition) and I doubt this will be the last.
"Baz and Miuccia have always connected on their shared fascination with finding modern ways of releasing classic and historical references from the shackles of the past," explains Catherine Martin, the film's costume designer, and Luhrmann's wife. "This connection is central to our relationship with Miuccia Prada on The Great Gatsby , and has connected our vision with hers. In the same way Nick Carraway reflects on a world that he is within and without, we have tried to create an environment that the audience will be subconsciously familiar with, yet separated from."(via The Telegraph)