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Venetia Scott style



Venetia Scott exhibition Matches

Loving this style profile of Venetia Scott on Matchesfashion.com. Scott is a photographer, stylist and fashion director of British Vogue, and was also instrumental in making Marc Jacobs the must-have insider label of the 2000s.

In collaboration with Matches, she has her first photography exhibition, ‘Fragile Face Lay Flat’ showing at the Matches Townhouse, 5 Carlos Place, London, W1, from 16-28 September 2019. More info here. (more…)



Editorial shoot: Wake me up when the future arrives



Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli

When I was growing up, there was nothing less appealing than the idea of suburbia, being stuck on the fringes, peering in on the action. If you lived in the suburbs of London, your main life goal was to get the hell out as soon as possible. In fact, I grew up in West London, but in a way that had its own feeling of torpid detachment. I was desperate for the seedy exotic bright lights of Soho, at that time the epicenter of creative cool and a glowing beacon of potential. Potential of what exactly, it didn’t matter, just something more exciting than my mundane teen (non)existence. In that sense, you could even say that being a teenager, wherever you live, is like being in an alternative suburbia. So near to where you want to be – independent, in demand – yet so far.

Now, in a funny volte-face, London is turning inside out. The outskirts are becoming desirable destinations with endless construction sites and transport-links-in-progress that represent fresh, gleaming possibility. In turn, the centre of London is emptying of locals, as our beloved pubs, caffs and nightclubs are bulldozed for behemoth Shards and Gherkins. Should we stay or should we go? Or should we simply retreat into the safe suburbia of our nostalgic imaginations…?

Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli
ABOVE: Blouse and trousers, Vilshenko///triple ring, Spinelli Kilcollin

Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli
Blouse and trousers, Vilshenko///Boots: Aeyde

Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli
Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli jewellery by Sarah & Sebastian
Face ring and oval ring, Sarah & Sebastian///Triple ring, Spinelli Kilcollin

Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli
Blouse, Vilshenko///Earrings, I am by Ileana Makri

Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli
Blouse, Vilshenko

Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli

T-shirt, Champion/// trousers, Vilshenko/// earrings, Magdalena Frackowiak//ring, Sarah & Sebastian

Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli
Triple ring, Spinelli Kilcollin///all other rings, Sarah & Sebastian///perfume, Prada

Navaz Batliwalla Disneyrollergirl shoot Photography by Chiara Romangnoli
Sweatshirt, Peter Jensen

CREDITS
Photography: Chiara Romagnoli
Words and styling: Navaz Batliwalla
Hair: Patrick Forini using Bumble & Bumble
Make-up: Yin Lee using Ellis Faas Cosmetics
Model: Oliwka at The Squad Management

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Thanks to Champion, Vilshenko, Magdalena Frackowiak, Sarah & Sebastian, Peter Jensen, Aeyde, Spinelli Kilcollin, I am by Ileana Makri

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What to steal from Louis Vuitton menswear AW17



Louis Vuitton Menswear AW17

Aside from the Supreme logo overload, let’s look at the rest of the Louis Vuitton menswear AW17 collection. This was very sellable, very luxe and pretty much ageless. I loved all the styling cues – a flashback to 90s New York for me (although 80s Basquiat was the reference that Jones cited) with the oversized pleated pants with white sneakers look (more…)