photography

Vogue’s ageless issue

Vogue July 2015 Stella Tennant cover

The best thing about this month’s Vogue? Well it’s a toss up between Stella Tennant’s cover; her main fashion shoot (in which she’s styled in miltary fatiques and louche satins); and Laura Weir’s 14-page feature on 90s supermodels.

The cover proves that, contrary to yesterday’s ‘Quote of the Day’ post, not all models need a gazillion Insta followers to succeed. (more…)

Quote of the day: Sarah Doukas on the rise of Insta-models

Insta-models - How Instagram is influencing the currency of supermodels

“The looks are obviously still first and foremost, but if you have two girls who are both perfect for something, without a shadow of a doubt the one with the [bigger] social following would win the job,” (more…)

Photo London 2015 – highlights and discoveries

William Eggleston Rose Gallery Photo London

My forays to Somerset House usually involve a frantic schedule of shows and presentations of the London Fashion Week variety, punctuated by the odd short film screening or drinks reception. That’s all going to change come September, with the LFW move to Soho. But there’s now a new reason to head down Somerset House way and it’s all for pleasure rather than work. Photo London, the new four-day art show specialising in photography opened last Thursday (more…)

Vogue’s seventies summer

Vogue Seventies fashion

I’ve cut down a lot on the monthly mags I used to buy but the Vogues are still a constant. This issue has the sweetest student style shoot photographed (please can we stop saying ‘lensed’) by Venetia Scott and styled by Bay Garnett. It was shot at the Complutense University of Madrid and is heavy on the Smedley polo necks, Rochas bootees and Vuitton minis, all with a subtle 70s flavour. And thankfully no cliché mention of the film, Love Story… (more…)