20130209 104942 Behind the Scenes at Kate Nashs 3am video

3am was such a fun video to style. Most of the video was shot at The Renaissance Rooms in Vauxhall, it was the perfect location for a 70’s roller disco! All the clothes were sourced from a variety of vintage shops and at Gemma Cairney’s charity sale┬áRumble in the Jumble. I found some great pieces,…Continue reading

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Over the past few years I’ve had several interns who’ve come from The University of Georgia – Athens, US for the summer. Most of the students have never been to London so it’s quite an exciting experience for them. Megan interned with me for 5 to 6 weeks with this past summer and I wanted…Continue reading

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It was a perfect evening for the Kensington Palace Summer Garden Party. As you walked into the sunken garden we where served an Old Fashioned and then we headed off to the Orangerie were you could enjoy 50’s British delicacies like Spam!  The dress code was 1950s glamour/palace chic, best frocks and sharpest suits, early Beatles…Continue reading

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Out and about celebrating Gay Pride in London – what a wonderful festive day. All of Soho became pedestrian walk ways and the streets were filled with happy revellers!   

I quite like when technology and fashion come together but it’s always a bit novel. Bloom.fm have created wellington boots with built in speakers and they’re bluetooth enabled so you can connect to Bloom.fm and listen to music for up to 5 hours. In addition Bloom.fm has also created a free app, streaming radio stations…Continue reading

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Underground is a British footwear brand who makes authentic, rock ‘n’ roll-inspired shoes.  I’ve used them in shoots and put them on the feet of several musicians. I love the crazy colour combos of their shoes, that are bright and quirky. Underground’s original creepers were first worn by new romantics, goths and new wavers in…Continue reading

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Today I was at the Spitalfields Record Fair – it’s good to know that people still buy records. I have several friends who are always buying records but they work in the music industry, so does that still count? Anyway, somehow it seems that people still want to buy records and it’s nice to see…Continue reading

I’ve always been a little awestruck by VV Brown. I did a shoot with her when she first appeared on the music scene in 2008 and he was so beautiful and friendly, it’s not surprising that she been in Vogue, ID and was featured in fashion ads by Marks & Spencer as well. She also…Continue reading

  I had so much fun styling Delilah for Untitled Magazine shot by photographer Andreas Stavrinides. Hair: Elliot Bssilla Make Up: Julia Wilson

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I styled Kate Nash’s video for 3am and it was so much fun to style a 70’s inspired video. In this picture is Kate and her band, from left to right: Linda Buratto, Fern Ford, Kate Nash and Emma Hughes. London’s a great city to be in when styling these kinds of shoots because all…Continue reading

  I styled the video for for 3am and I’m so excited to see it – it’s very 70’s inspired and some of it was shot at a roller disco! Since then I have been dancing around my flat for weeks with partial clips of Kate Nash’s new single 3am in my head. It’s amazing…Continue reading

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Having fun dancing away at Bestival to Stevie Wonder with Kate Nash. I was quite excited about this show as I’d made Kate a costume that was just for the Bestival as the theme was wildlife. We were quite inspired by the idea of a leopard in a jungle of sorts.  What an amazing evening!…Continue reading

Love Martine Rose’s fashion film – most fashion films are so boring and a bit pretentious but this film is just so cool. Martine presented her SS13 collection as part of London Collections: Men in June 2012. I love how she plays with proportion and size – you can easily imagine someone wearing these pieces.…Continue reading

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Lately I’ve been obssessed with all things punk – which I think is actually because of the Queen’s Jubliee and watching the Punk Britannia series. I recently when to the exhibition of Simon Barker’s photographs from 1976-77 at the Divus Temporary Gallery on Wilkes Street. (in East London). It’s just refreshing to see raw, uninhibited…Continue reading