Friday, 21 March 2008

Thursday 20th March: Cooperative Designs

Here is the irresistible new knitwear collection by Cooperative Designs which have just released their press shots to (see link). It was shot by my Amy Gwatkin in her new studio space which I helped paint and decorate for this shoot. When we first visited Annalisa and Dorothee to preview the work in progress, it was still wet from being washed and smelt reassuringly and comfortingly sheepy. So nice to see the initial inspiration of the emblems through to the samples and finishing up with a look-book shot on this Mariacarla look-alike who is a friend and not actually a model! Perhaps this is the start of something........

Thursday, 20 March 2008

Thurs 20th March: Paloma Faith

Paloma Faith has just had a profile published in Italian Vogue and this is a portrait originally submitted for the piece by Ram Shergill. It was styled by K A B I R and uses my tiger head piece and Scott Ramsay Kyle's sparkle fringe dress which K A B I R discovered on the night we subconsciously synched by jointly dressing in rainbow attire back in September.

Tues 18th & Weds 19th March: Head In The Clouds

This week we have been mostly been wearing clouds on our heads...................a de riguer trend sure to infiltrate the mainstream in no time at all.........

Monday, 17 March 2008

Mon17th March: New Collection by Scott Ramsay Kyle

Scott sent over his look book this morning for his new A/W collection that previewed at the Super Super runway show in fashion week. He is the master embroiderer and the busiest man in the business...........juggling show pieces for Biba alongside his own line and commissions from stylists Sarah Richardson and Jane Howe. Picture: Amy Gwatkin

Sunday 16th March: Prezzy for Frankie

Finishing touches to a present for my first meeting with Andy Hillman and Katie Jones newborn little Frankie Ellis.

Sunday, 16 March 2008

Saturday 15th March: Lyndell's Fantasy Theme Birthday

The hair stylist Lyndell Mansfield had a fancy dress birthday party in the theme of fantasy which gathered many varying and hilarious was tricky to know who was behind the costume. Here she is opening one of her cards and again with Chloe Kerman and Georgina Graham. The prize for the best dressed duo had to go to Leith Clark and James Hatt(er) who looked very at home in their chosen Lewis Carroll alter egos. Im not quite sure what I was, but I wore the iridescent blue butterfly wings we made last year and pulled together lots of blue left-overs from the VIVA installation............which I stuck in my hair and glued to my face........... my eyebrows are now slightly balder after ripping off the sequins I had decorated them with!