Fashions Fade, Style Is Eternal


I’ve always loved making things.  When I see something I like I instantly think of how I can make it, what materials I’d use and how I could make it in my own unique version.  My earliest memory of making something (with no steps or plan to follow) was a miniture four poster doll’s bed, complete with curtains and bedding – I remember being so chuffed with it ;o)  So it’s no surprise that I follow the same thinking for every shoot.  I like to add a uniqueness to them by creating something that adds texture and depth.  Some things take hours and hours to make and can cost a fortune, but it’s so rewarding seeing them on the models and in the magazines!

Here are a few of the things I’ve made and the end result.

Sheer dress

Furry Hand Muff

Cleopatra Bib

Zip Chocker


Studded Mouse Ears


Feathered Body Chain


Feathered Bodysuit


2013 Colour of the Year – Emerald Green


I created a mood board to portray a modern-day version of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s starring the fab, the famous, the one and only Audrey Hepburn.   The character I have portrayed is of a young woman in her early 30’s (which are apparently the new 20’s, or so I keep telling myself anyway) who has a classic, glamorous, contemporary and elegant style and who portrays sophistication, independence, fun and a little feistiness.


Mood Boards for our Victoriana Christmas Work Party – what a good night!


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