Stylist Michelle Pierre-Carr used a selection of my floral fashion headpieces for the September 2018 Mini Mode catwalk show. The event was part of London Fashion Week showcasing emerging designers and established childrenswear brands.
In the September/October 2018 issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, Peta Hunt styled two different bridal faux flower headbands, one featuring tulle and one with veiling for this editorial called Lost in Lace. The photography is by Jason Moore.
In the September/October 2018 issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, Peta Hunt styled this editorial called Express yourself, featuring a faux flower veiling headband and a quirky pair of faux floral glasses. The photography is by Ben Riggott.
Photographer Perou & stylist Andie Redman collaborated on a shoot, fusing fashion and costume, based on a contemporary Joan of Arc. I was asked to create a bespoke halo headpiece, referencing stained glass depictions of her in churches as a saint.
Charlotte bought a beautiful floral dress from Dolce & Gabbana featuring a blue and purple hydrangea print for her best friend's wedding. She had struggled to find floral combs that matched and contacted me to see if it was something I could help with
Georgina Horne, AKA successful model and blogger, Fuller Figger Bust has modelled some of my floral fashion headpieces for stockist Edith & Winston bridal wear for the boutiques fashion shoots. She looks so stunning in them I decided to make a bespoke flower crown.
Hello Flora were commissioned by Meet Bernard, a South East London fashion store to create an eye-catching window display. I assisted them in creating a faux floral arrangement which exploded from a pair of jeans. The brief was to convey the new season (spring), the new management and their new collection.
My Grace hydrangea flower crown from my Spring/Summer 2016 collection was featured in fashion editorial 'Here Comes the Bride', for Ok! Magazine, issue 1039.
I was asked by the Financial Times to create a foliage headpiece for a beautiful fashion editorial, shot on location in rural Ireland. The incredibly talented Damian Foxe was the stylist and photographer so I was really excited to be involved.
For the People Tree Christmas catalogue I was asked to create some floral and foliage accessories to compliment the A/W clothing range. I used berries and roses and mixed winter foliage to make crowns and a belt, weaving in some of People Tree’s jewellery range for added sparkle.