At the end of November 2014 I took part to an event organized by non profit organization WRAP in the LM Barry recycling centre at Britannia Mill in Canning Town, London.
The event, hosted by fabulous stylists Emma Slade of Back of the Wardrobe and Katie Jones was meant to encourage all of us to reflect about the use we do of our own clothes.
Did you know that the average life of a piece of clothing is about three years?
And then, what happens?
Well, even tough many items are now recycled and reutilized, there are still tons of clothes which are just thrown away to be replaced by something new.
Our challenge for the night was to dig into the piles of recycled, second-hand clothing items collected in the mill and put together an interesting outfit, which would have gone home with us afterwords.
Everyone accepted the task in their own way: my class mates and friends and I, together with out mentor Anderw Tucker who embraced the challenge in the most unconventional way, managed to find out some extremely worthy pieces such as fur coats and lovely embellished tops, which we proudly styled and made our very own.
Guest star of the night was Susie Lao, one of the most followed bloggers on the fashion scene, who posted about the event publishing a photograph of all of us on her very own Style Bubble!
At the end of November 2014 I took part to Watched, event organized by the students of BA Fashion Design II year and BA Fashion Media at the London College of Fashion.
The event took place in the LCF Campus of Oxford Circus and featured an exhibition and a catwalk which were both inspired by Geaorge Orwell’s view of the future as a controlled dimension where everyone is being…watched.
My friend and colleague Meike Linthorst was with me as official photographer for the feature, published on Idol Magazine.
Photographs from my Instagram.
A photographic series I created as an assignment for my MA Fashion Journalism in LCF in November 2014.
The task started with a Primark pinafore our mentor gave us.
I decided to cut it, make a crop top out of it and produce a DIY photo shoot inspired by the bandits of the old Mexican culture, with a feminine twist.
Photographs taken with iPhone6.
Right after my trip to Dublin and Finland in November 2014 I took part to the inauguration of the West End flagship store of in Charing Crodd, London.
The brand created by Joseph Corre’ was showcasing its second collection inspired by Jack Sheppard, which included womenswear for the first time ever.
The event, organized by gorgeous Anisa Topan, founder of gathered together a great crowd of super cool people from the industry such as fashion photographer Perou and Jo Corre’ himself, who all enjoyed a few drinks, nice chats and of course the beautiful new collection.
A little photographic record of the trip which brought me from London to Dublin and then all around Finland in November 2014.
Photographs taken with iPhone6
At the end of October 2014 I styled a fashion editorial featuring singer and song writer Conway.
The shoot which took place in the Bow Bunker, photographic studio in Bromley-by-Bow, London, was meant to produce the visuals for an upcoming feature on the singer to be published in the printed issue of Idol Magazine.
Stylist: Carlotta Buosi
Assistant to the Photographer: Maria Monfort Plana
Assistant to the Stylist: Shannon Saunders
In October 2014 the feature I wrote about young model and Vivienne Westwood’s grand daughter Cora Corre’ was published online for Wonderland Magazine, along with a shoot I styled.
I must thank the editor of Wonderland Online Brooke McCord for believing in this project but also the wonderful Nicky Johnston and Carl Stanley for making it possible and turning into something even more beautiful that I could have imagined.
Further thanks to Red Vatican for providing some of the fashion and making us notice these talented emergent designer and ultimately to Next Model for collaborating with us all the way through.
Profile: Cora Corre’ – Wonderland Magazine