Sunday, 28 August 2011
Tuesday, 2 August 2011
Check out these Vintage skirts by Sarah Ferdinando a professional costume maker living in North London. Sarah Graduated from Central School of Speech & Drama and has infused her love of current fashion trends and vintage together to create these organic hand finished skirts made from shirts and blouses wonderfully pieced together with block, checkered and floral finishes.
The skirts range from £20-£25 which is an absolute bargain for an accessory so unique making it a MUST HAVE FOR EVERY WOMAN'S WARDROBE.
Monday, 1 August 2011
The 24th July marked the beginning of a three day festival in celebration of Japanese Culture. From food to fashion Hyper Japan at the Kensington Olympia has something on offer for everyone. We were lucky enough to gain press entry to the event set over two floors jam packed with Fashion stalls, Food, Gaming and Anime.
Sunday, 31 July 2011
Looks like Paramore are back and stronger than ever. I was actually lucky enough to meet them at the signing tent at Reading Festival '07 strange to think how far they come since then seeing as not many people knew who they were and they were already on their second album Riot! Well aside from a couple of emo kids :P
I HEART PARAMORE
Monday, 25 July 2011
R.I.P to the beautiful and talented Amy Winehouse who died on Saturday evening at her home in Camden Town aged 27.
Amy had achieved so much in her short life including selling over five million albums off the back of two records gaining her six Grammy Awards and the 3rd best selling album of the 2000's.
A wonderful talent who had inspired many through her unique voice and style and will be sorely missed through-out the world.
Friday, 15 July 2011
Check out my new pictures of Jordan Blake-Klein for my styling & photography portfolio.
The photos were taken on location at the Heygate Estate in Elephant & Castle and in Old Street, East London.
Keeping the look simple with jeans, jean shorts, a lack of t-shirts and doc martens accessorized with a few chains the images became centered around its scenery and props and how the images reflect against the setting.