Monday, 28 December 2009
this is not me btw
Really like the outfits on the outside
Thursday, 24 December 2009
Tuesday, 22 December 2009
Martin and his sons Tod and Jay have a wonderful hand-tailored,
union-run garment factory in Brooklyn. They make their own custom
suits as well as suits for many of my favorite American designers.
Martin started working at the company as a floor boy in 1947 and
worked his way up to the top. He is a super styling dapper gentleman,
a testament to the American dream and a true inspiration. Featured in the december issue of GQ
Monday, 21 December 2009
Limited edition, three colour-ways, no size 10s :( shed a tear for me, sold out world wide
Ive been on and on about bags for a wee while now, check the previous posts, here, here. I recently found a nice grey and dark brown leather trim, canvas backpack on the highstreet, which was on sale, like helllllooooo, snapped that one up (pics coming soon, maybe)....
Hooooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwever, I'm still feelin to hunt for the perfect bag, at the mo, currently the Chapman and Cos backpacks top the leader-board for joint first place, but here are some contenders...
Fjallraven 20 litre bag
WTAPS. nylon and leather
So we all need to wrap up warm, and if you're a broke arse fashion student like me, and can't afford to buy a pretty new scarf to go with your winter wardrobe! Just what do you do?!?! :S
You DIY it 'The Camelia way' obviously, DUH! this is how...
1. First find an old piece of unused fabric hidden away in your home, from previous failed dream of being a designer :s
2. Cut the fabric into a huge or small (you own personal preference) rectangular shape. Remember to always be careful when handling scissors kids.
3. String through needle. Preferably a string colour that matches the colour of the fabric.
4. Take both ends of the piece of material, bring them together to make a square shape and start sewing form one corner to the other.
5. Make a loop and secure, then repeat till you reach the other corner of the fabric. Should look a little something like this..
This is one i made earlier :P
Now I have a new cool scarf and it cost me nuduh! and what?!
Stay warm, live long and prosper.
These are just a few pics i slyly took on my Blackberry of the shoot today for Reeme Idris wearing Nico Didonna's. It was shot in a really amazing eccentric beautiful home in Hampstead.
The clothes were so pretty, the models looked like English roses and the photographer interestingly gave them very strange and awkward stories to portray a look in a shot.
Overall very enjoyable and a very good team :)