I haven't use my blog in a very long time. I got bored and didn't think blogging was a thing anymore. I have also been really busy with my 2 year at university, with different projects and finding work placement. I have selected a few of my projects that i'm working on at moment As a sneak preview of what my upcoming blog post will be.
Saturday, 15 February 2014
The last months and a half I have been busy emailing and attending interviews for London Fashion Week. For the last 8 days I have been helping with Preparations for London Fashion Week, with a few designers. I have been delivering invites all over london and I notice on my way around, that London have been showing their support for fashion week. Finally the day is here! Yesterday was the first day of London Fashion Week! The bad weather didn’t stop the fashion kids of the London of the street. After finishing one of my internships yesterday evening I took a trip to Someset House, to see the venue and have some wine! I almost forgot it was Valentines day until Pretty Little Things , were giving out goodie bags.
Friday, 7 February 2014
Today is the second day off the opening of
the photographer David Bailey, Bailey's Stardust
exhibitions. At the National Portrait Gallery in
London. I visited it today whilst I was in and out
of preparations for London Fashion Week. The National
Portrait Galley is a five minute walk from Somerset
Hosue. So in-between shows and party's for LFW go
check it out!! Ticket's are £13.50 for Concessions
and Full price is £16. David Bailey is one of the
most famous fashion photographer's of british history.
He is known for taking black & white portrait's of
famous people. The exhibit features over 250
photograph's personally selected from Bailey himself.
Such as photograph's of Kate Moss , Jean Shrimpton and Mick Jaggeer. Bailey's "Supper Stars". He has also
photographed famous photographer's such as Man Ray and
Cartier- Bresson which feature in the exhibit. This
has been my favourite exhibition so far this year.
Thursday, 16 January 2014
My Two favourite designers are collaborating
with high street brands. Katy Eary (top) is
collaborating with High Street brand riverland
the collection will be featuring 18 pieces, such
as maxi dress that are covered in animal print,
T-shirt and skirts that price range from £20-£120.
I am hoping to buy a T-shirt from the collaborations. The next designer is Peter Pilotto.
The designer will be paring up with the USA brand Tagret. The collection is for Spring/Summer 14 and
features swim wear, dress and suits and pants. All
of the garments and embellished with Piltto
signature print's. The collection will be available
to buy from http://www.net-a-porter.com/. I am hoping
to purchase a playsuit or a dress.
Katy Eary Collaboration Launches 17th February
Peter Pilotto: Launches 9th February
Friday, 10 January 2014
Thursday, 9 January 2014
After a long process I have final finished my pop art
fashion story. I did serval photoshoots before I got
to my final outcome. I had lot of inspiration from Andy
Warhol. I had to choose a magazine company that I
thought my shoot fitted I chose Pop Magazine.I am very
pleased with my fashion story and would liked to thank
my models very much for helping me out. xo
Wednesday, 8 January 2014
Over the with last 6 days I have been interning for
Kit Neale helping him and his team get ready
to show of their A/w14 collection at the London
Collection:Men show , that took place at Victoria
House. I was working backstage with the beautiful
model's from supa model management helping them get
into the collection. I love Kit Neale elephant and
castle print, the bright bold colours show off the
collection, my favourite piece is the rat and mousse
look, it's fun and very original. I also helped out
at Katy Eary show backstage. I love the leopard print
in the her collection which is Katy trade mark. Her
collection was inspired by punk and mickey mouse. The
crazy hair on the models is amazing love love!! On my
out I bumped into Made in Chelsea star Procklock. He
just been to see Katy Eary show and thought her
collection was amazing.