Oh, what a night! Talk about ending London Fashion Week with a bang! AOFM held a fabulous party at the Connaught Hotel just next door to Vauxhall Fashion Scout on the last night of London Fashion Week. Sponsored by Fashion TV, this party didn’t disappoint! The fab F Vodka cocktails and champagne flowed all evening…Continue reading

I have admired Bora Aksu‘s work for many years – it’s very visceral feeling, sometimes you just like something because you like it and it doesn’t need defining.

Fashion.Music.Style Issue 7 launch party at Punk! Daytona Lights! FMS editor in chief, Sarah Hardy with Danny Daytona! Fashion.Music.Style’s very cool Art Director, Elliott Webb and me.         Hat designer Mich Dulee DJ Stuee Bevan (also performs with the Fuzzy Logic and The Paddingtons) Don’t forget to check out our FMS Magazine Issue 7 Launch Party…Continue reading

I love a cool cuff. Something big but not too big, a bit rock ‘n’ roll and a bit vintage – not so easy to find but Peter Lang has quite a few styles to chose from! He’s is based in Australia but his style is very London. All the pieces are hand cast and…Continue reading

During London Fashion week I always try to pop by a few shows or presentations in between the shows I am working on. It’s so much fun to rummage through another makeup artists makeup bag to see what products they love to use. I went to see the Saloni Lodha‘s presentation headed by makeup artist…Continue reading

Lan Nguyen was the head makeup artist for The Art of Being by Elizabeth Emanuel and she shares a few tips with us on her couture makeup look. What was the inspiration for the makeup? LN -The inspiration was based on make up that is Paris Couture. The treatment of John Galliano’s catwalk shows which…Continue reading

Stefán Orschel-Read’s collection ‘The Spy Who Becomes Me’ had 30 models, and each model had one look each. Backstage was quite calm and we seemed to have loads of time to hang around and chat. Sometimes backstage the time just flys by but all the models were on time – a few were even early…Continue reading

Every fashion week I run into a group of girls who are just super cool. This season it was Cate Sevilla, the Editor-in-Chief of BitchBuzz, Phoebe Frangoul, freelance writer and Laetitia Wajnapel of MademoiselleRobot.

At The Art of Being by Elizabeth Emanuel show we had so much room backstage – one room for a hair, one for makeup and another one for all the clothes and accessories – so it was very calm backstage. Make up artist Lan Nguyen backstage with her team. Tim Furssedonn, International Artistic Director for…Continue reading

I was backstage at Fashion Fringe with Alice Palmer. If you haven’t seen Alice’s new collection you should, she really is the one to watch. Alice’s knitwear is somewhere between Missoni and Issey Miyake. Her collection was inspired by fossils! The pleats and shapes give it a very Japanese feel and Alice has always had…Continue reading

Today if you were anywhere near Covent Gardens you could do some amazing street casting – there were models everywhere. After every show most models had castings or fittings!

It’s the beginning of London Fashion week and I started it with a bang by heading up the makeup team for the PPQ at Somerset House. With my amazing team of makeup assistants from AOFM, and product sponsors Benefit Cosmetics and Tweezerman. I was able to create a very London look that was clean and…Continue reading

I styled Prophetik’s show at Vauxhall Fashion Scout this London Fashion Week. Every show you work on is different but this one is truly unique. Prophetik is all about sustainability, but not just in terms of fashion – it’s a way of life and how they treat their team. Jeff Garner and his team arrived…Continue reading

It’s my favourite time of year again, no not Christmas- it’s fashion week. I’ve started out in NY working on the Teen Vogue show in association for ASOS (which is has just launched in the USA). The Teen Vogue show was on NY’s fashion night out which was busier than New Year’s Eve in Times…Continue reading

Louise Roe and Peaches Geldof hosted a dinner for William Tempest and Mechante of London last night. (in the above pic are William Tempest, Louise Roe and Sigourney Cantelo of Vogue Australia). It was quite an intimate dinner, about 40 of us so everyone was able to meet and chat and just have fun! Love…Continue reading