Fashion shoot

Irish Tatler editorial shoot – March

Hello world,

Yesterday I helped out with the Irish Tatler editorial shoot and by God was it fun! The concept behind the shoot was the main spring/summer trends, such as clashing bold colours, stripes, nude, sheer, lace and prints.

Even though it was a long day and we didn’t finish until well after 5 in the evening and the studio was freezing cold, it was such a blast working on the shoot.

One thing I would recommend to anyone whose never done a shoot before is dress warmly and comfortably! You’re never gonna look as amazing as the model so there’s no point in trying and being warm is a thousand times better than wearing something stylish and inevitably light.

On the very first shoot I done myself, my partner-in-crime turned up on the morning in an adorable white babydoll dress and Prada wedges. I had been running around the entire morning picking up the last of the clothes and was wearing a big hoodie and flats. Needless to say she complained for the rest of the day about her sore feet and lack of a coat, while I was warm and comfy!

Even though there’s always a lot of standing around at shoots, the atmosphere was good and everyone was chatting away in between. Anyway here are the shots I grabbed on the day and the proper ones will be in the March issue of Irish Tatler, on stands soon.


Stylist Sarah Rickard

Photographer Daniel Holfield

Hair David Cashman

Makeup Christinw Lucignano

Nails Pamela Laird

Model Hanna @ Premier

Stylist assistants Jessica Bowen and Franziska Hensel (me)

Photographer’s assistant Deidre Poole


Until then,




Fresh out of college with an MA in Journalism, a passion for clothes, fashion and styling shoots, I was also the fashion editor of a magazine my colleagues and I set up called SCOPE magazine, which was disbanded three years ago. For now I'm just a freelance journalist and blogger.
Other than obsessing about fashion, I love theology and history, writing apocalyptic fiction (it's weird, I know!) and the occasional weeekend of horse-riding if I have the time and I don't injure myself in the process.

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