Wednesday, 28 December 2011


I adore this shoot from Vogue Russia by Ben Toms. It've very much the sort of thing I had in mind for the shoot I want to do for my Resort wear car printed dress. The new face of Prada, model Meghan Collinson looks so good in cat eye shaped glasses, something I really want at the moment!! So really rather how distinct her brow makes her look too.

For my own Resort wear shoot I had been planning on using cars obviously because of the print but also making it look as though the model was going on a journey, traveling for a holiday with old suitcases and what not. However, after seeing this I feel like creating something set in a much more domestic scene, very reflective of the lifestyle of 50's women - think Revolutionary Road.

This shoot has been styled by my new hero Katie Shillingford, with a mixture of the obvious Prada, Miu Miu, Jean Paul Gaultier and Dolce & Gabbana, Feel like I could add a bit of sparkle and sexiness with a hint of lingerie and jewellery.

Best get planning!!



It's sale time!
Time to start plotting and planning what to spend my Christmas monies on!

Here's a few of my dream picks form the internet... sale


3.1 Philip Lim

Vivienne Westwood

Helmut Lang


ASOS sale



Michael Kors


Etoile Isabel Marant

McQ Alexander McQueen

Miu Miu


Sunday, 25 December 2011



Hope everyone has had a lovely day and feels as fat as I do!
Eaten farrrr too much and desperately want to get to the gym and get myself fit and healthy and make a good start to the new year!

I got some lovely little presents including a super cute watch from my boyfriend that has a little cat on the face and a mouse as the second hand! Dad got me a beautiful Alex Monroe necklace and Mum an Anya Hindmarch bag!
Lucky me!

I shall have to post pictures soon and get back to regularly posting.


Sunday, 18 December 2011


Whilst browsing at college the other day I came across the work of Swiss artist Stephanie Baechler.

Inspired by curtains, plastic bags, wrapped objects, pleated fabrics and creased blankets, Baechler used the technique of hanging various pieces of fabric from a white wall, photographing them and then printing the resulting image onto fabric. She then cut and draped the printed fabric on a model to create garments with interesting an confusing surface decoration.

It's a really clever and effective technique. The fabric gives the illusion of having creases and pleats that aren't actually there. I'd definitely like to give this a try sometime! Hopefully I can find a way of incorporating it into a project.

 For a better understanding of how it's done I recommend watching the video.

Fabric Project from Hochparterre.


Tuesday, 13 December 2011


This shoot for Numero by Sebastian Kim and styled by editor Charles Varenne transformed the stunning Gertrud Hegelund into a hypnotic beauty! It features designes by Louis Vuitton, Moshino, Dolce & Gabbana and Georgio Armani. Makeup artists Maud Lacceppe painted lips bright blue while hair stylist Shay Ashual added an imaginative twist with sculptured hair.