Stylist Stuff by Rebekah Roy
The daily musings of a fashion stylist in London.
PORTFOLIO   ABOUT  

Entries from August 2007

Orlando Bloom Japanese UNO Commercial

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 25th, 2007

This commercial is just too over the top for me but I have to share it with you! It’s Orlando Bloom in a Japanese UNO Commercial. Uno is a hair product owned by Shiseido, the main product is Fiber Neo.

maybe it works for the Japanese market?

Related Posts

Comments OffTags: ,

Georgina Harley-Smith

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 20th, 2007

Out and about with the fabulous Georgina Harley-Smith. We were visiting Harrods looking for shoes for her upcoming show at London Fashion Week!

Don’t you just love that big gold bag!!!
Img546

Related Posts

Comments OffTags:

Hannah Marshall in Elle

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 19th, 2007

I’m sure we’re all looking forward to seeing Hannah Marshall’s new collection! The collection will be exhibited during LFW at ON/OFF.

Hm_american_elle_sept07_4

Related Posts

Comments OffTags: ,

Hot in the City Shoot

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 15th, 2007

New Shoot August 07
Hcc08_2

Related Posts

Comments OffTags:

Hunting Apparel: Neoprene Cat bib

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 15th, 2007

Catbib_2
Neoprene Cat bib protects small birds, mammals, and reptiles!
©Photo by Sue Madeville

Related Posts

→ 2 CommentsTags:

Copenhagen Fashion Week

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 12th, 2007

Img240_2Img385

Img241

Img298Img320

Img359Img394

Img265
I love that they give everyone a fan, it’s so civilized. It’s might look pretentious and chic but really it’s hot in these venues and a fan can be functional – yes you can have fashion & function!!

Img293

Related Posts

Comments OffTags:

Flux Shoot

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 7th, 2007

I love shooting for Flux – they are my favourite shoots. The editors at the magazine are great: they don’t just like something because it’s trendy or popular they like it because they like it.

I worked with photographer & singer Haidée Augusta! She was so sweet, she actually packed a picnic lunch for us! You can listen to her on myspace.
Img102Img088Img087Img084Img105

It rained for most of the shoot… but we got all the shots and they look good!!!
Img127Img135Img125_2

Related Posts

Comments OffTags:

Interview with London Denim

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 7th, 2007

Interview London Denim and Simon King Are you working on a new collection? London Denim: Constantly, although I do stop for coffee. Where are you from? London Denim Suffolk: Ipswich in hence the six fingers on each hand and webbed feet Are there any family members that inspired your work? An Aunty that sews etc? London Denim: Yep my Nana taught me to use a machine when I was about 9, but I would not say she inspires my design, she was just a really great Nana.. My uncle Ian is an inspired cabinet maker and I’m totally inspired by his dedication to perfection of his pieces. Have you always wanted to have a fashion label? London Denim: Yes, I like both the control and vanity What is your signature? Is there a specific fabric or print that you are known to use? Or a detail? London Denim: On my jeans its got to be my cut on the hip. With my T’s is large prints. What are some of your favorite colours, patterns, weights of material to work with? London Denim: I don’t really have a favorite colour but I do hate Yellow and Paisley Who are your favorite designers that you look to for inspiration? London Denim: For my customized collection it was Cartier, I’d seen a few of their 1920’s pieces at the deco exhibition at the V&A last year and went bonkers for them. Beautiful diamond birds, torcs and panthers. Galliano really is the ultimate designers designer if I could be reborn it would be with his talent. What outside aspects inspire your designs? London Denim: My customers inspire much of my customization work. Because I work very closely with them on one off pieces often I’ll follow a path which will lead to a small capsule of something I would not have imagined without that close interaction. What were some of the struggles you had to overcome when beginning the label? London Denim: Learning the business, learning who I was as a designer. It all sounds really trite but there are very few designers out there who’ve sprung out of Zeus’s head fully formed. Have you been featured in any publications, TV shows, etc…? If so, when/where? London Denim: All the normal ones, BBC featured my customization work, with Fashion TV I did an interview at my first Pret, Evening Standard and a few others. I’m lucky to have a good PR and to be producing pieces which the press like so I’m getting quite a lot of press on the collection at the moment. Where is the collection currently sold and who are you dream stockists? London Denim: I really only sell to Harrods and a few independents. The boutique at Babbington house would be a great stockist, I’d deliver personally and pick up a massage at the cowshed at the same time. Which celebrities would you most like to see wearing your collection? London Denim: The ones I fancy. I’m sure Hannibal Lector would say something about me feeling closer to them as they’d be wearing my designs; Tracey Emin, Gwyneth Paltrow, Shilpa Shetty, Marline Dietrich, Marilyn Monroe, Joan Collins, Do you remember your dreams? London Denim: Always, I have really great dreams every night. Adventures where I fly, save the world, find the treasure, Move house…. Do you eat breakfast? London Denim: NO When are you showing next? London Denim: I don’t have a show I exhibit at London Fashion Week Exhibition. Favourite food, restaurant? London Denim: Banners in Crouch End. Not only is the food fab, the music’s normally chilled regee. Where do you like to shop? London Denim: Depends what for, for trainers I’d hunt all over till I got the right pair so that’s normally Harrods or Harvey Nichols. Harrods have the best menswear staff in London, they’re into you as the customer no into themselves as the living mannequin. For everything else I just tend to wear cheap white tops, I go through them so fast so it’s the sales and bulk buying. Favourite menswear place? London Denim: My idea of menswear heaven is Jeffery’s in meatpacking NY. The buyers are HOT. They really know how to mix brands and don’t seem to be scared of trying out new brands.

Related Posts

Comments OffTags: ,

Sept shoots

Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 7th, 2007

Did a great shoot this weekend. I love this dress, it’s quite heavy and the skirt is large but I would love to wear it! I just think I wouldn’t be able to sit down and no one could come to close to me! Jen & Shica did a great job, really without a good team I’m just a girl with fabulous clothes, and I hate to say it but that is just not enough!

cc01 Sept shoots

Img197Img199Img205Img201

Related Posts

Comments OffTags: