The Editorial Shoot: Hampton Court Palace Privy Garden

For the third and final outfit of the editorial shoot for The Christmas Issue, I decided to not do another dress or skirt concept. Instead, I went for a cropped blazer and shorts combo with knee-high boots to give the shoot a more obvious militaristic feel to it. The inspiration for this outfit was the …

The Editorial Shoot: Hampton Court Palace East Front Gardens

What makes the December issue of the high fashion magazines extra special, is that their editorial shoots are usually more than the usual shoots you get throughout the year. Maybe it has something to do with partywear season, or the fact that the latest couture shows start in January, but you always find elaborate shoots …

The Editorial Shoot: The Heritage Trail

Channel Queen Elizabeth’s style with this take on royal dressing in the highlands. This trend focuses on the heritage trend, with its mixture of checks, tweed and beige, to create a wearable series of outfits. Location: Shot in the bogland in rural County Mayo in Ireland, this location perfectly captures the rugged beauty of the …

Spring/Summer Lookbook: Scarf Print with River Island

Channelling the era of Gianni Versace with the scarf prints. It’s all about the clashing prints, gold jewellery, over-sized sunnies and attitude. Wallflowers need not apply. WHAT: The scarf print trend goes by many names; silk prints, chain print, and even vintage prints. Whatever you want to call it, it’s referring to a specific type …

The Shoot: A Christmas Editorial, part 2

Though you can’t tell from the looks on my face, but shooting this editorial with Christmas decorations and wearing party wear was actually loads of fun! Here I’m messing around with a Christmas tree star, pretending to be the tree itself, while wrapped up in tinsel. I’m usually laughing and hyper during shoots, but as …