Entries from the category 'accessories'
Posted by Rebekah Roy on August 3rd, 2013
Kate Nash looked every inch the multi instrumentalist, platinum selling artist that she is at the Billboard’s pre-Lollapalooza Bash. No matter how amazing she looks, or whatever she is wearing - Kate always says the best accessory is a guitar – everything looks better with a guitar!
Tags: Billboard's pre-Lollapalooza, Cotton Inc, Kate Nash
Posted by Rebekah Roy on June 27th, 2013
I have a secret love: I love boxes. Ever since I was little, I’ve always liked a pretty box – it’s place to store something special or if it’s pretty enough it doesn’t need anything in it at all. I think boxes are a stylist’s natural obsession – a place to store all the wonderful bits and bobs we discover along our way. I have boxes of ribbons and gloves, tiny but wonderful pieces of fabric plus all sorts of boring things like insoles, shoulder pads and skirt hoops. Recently I made a trip to Ikea which was long overdue as I’ve been living among bric-a-brac for far too long. I love going to Ikea and finding the perfect storage container. I think I even sleep better knowing that everything has it’s place and I will actually be able to find it within moments…
Tags: fabric, Ikea, storage, Stylist Kit
Posted by Rebekah Roy on May 28th, 2013
Tags: Central Saint Martins, J Crew, Jenna Lyons, knitwear
Posted by Rebekah Roy on May 25th, 2013
The UK Fashion & Textile Awards 2013 is a very prestigious event and was held at One Mayfair. The awards were presented by HRH The Princess Royal, President of UKFT, at the gala ceremony hosted by Myleene Klass. It was a black tie event – I always love to see people so dressed up!
I was very happy to be styling the show and backstage was very calm and relaxed as we had a really good team plus the models were all in good spirits. The models were all from FM and several of them had only done 1 or 2 shows before, so it was a great opportunity for them to gain some experience. There were two parts to the show: the evening started off by showcasing the 2012 Graduate Fashion Week Winners and then later in the evening, after the dinner, it was the awards ceremony – the moment everyone had been waiting for! It’s quite exciting for us as we know who the winners were, but the winner and the audience didn’t know so whenever someone won we’d hear a huge roar of applause from the audience. It’s great to see that several young designers were also winners: Christopher Raeburn won Designer Business of the Year and Emma J Shipley won the Hotel Indigo UKFT Rise Newcomer Award. When I was doing the prep for the show I had several looks from Ted Baker – during the rest of week while running my errands and going to meetings I kept seeing so many women wearing Ted Bakers dresses, so it wasn’t surprizing that they won Brand of the Year. Everyone I know loves their head office and whenever I have a new intern I always try to send them there to experience the Ugly Brown Building!
Hotel Indigo UKFT Rise Newcomer Award
Emma J Shipley
Accessories Business of the Year
OK Magazine! UKFT Best Celebrity & Design Collaboration
Fearne Cotton & Very.co.uk
Exporter of the Year
Cambridge Satchel Company
Textile Business of the Year
Harris Tweed Hebrides
Supplier of the Year
Let’s Make it Here UK Manufacturer of the Year
Harris Tweed Hebrides
Designer Business of the Year
Brand of the Year
Torque UKFT Retailer of the Year
NatWest UKFT Outstanding Achievement Award
Tags: British Fashion, Cambridge Satchel Company, catwalk, Christopher Raeburn, Emma J Shipley, GFW, Show Stylist, Swarovski, Tatty Devine, UK Fashion & Textile Awards 2013, UKFT
Posted by Rebekah Roy on May 10th, 2013
This shoot was quite a huge production as we shot in Switzerland with photographer Damien Krisl with set design by Sylvain CabouatI. We shot in a film studio as we had so many different set ups and we needed a swimming pool for one of the shots. It was quite a big production and it took weeks to plan the concept and execution, which was great as it gave me lots of time to get the exact looks I wanted. We also had seven models for the shoot so we had lots to prep!
Photographer Damien Krisl and set design by Sylvain Cabouat
Tags: accessories, Damien Krisl, Editorials, Fault Magazine, jewellery, swimwear, Sylvain Caboua