In the March/April 2019 issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, Peta Hunt styled my tulle and faux flower headband for this editorial called Jungle Fever. The photography is Dan Williams.
For the November/December issue of Brides magazine, Bryony Toogood styled my flower crowns in an etherial fashion shoot called Terms of Adornment. The photography is by Ed Miles.
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.
Stylist Sarah Christie commissioned me to make this floral headpiece for HH Sheikha Al-Jalila, for Royal Ascot 2018. I hand painted the silk flowers to match her outfit. The photography is by Ian Jones.
For Royal Ascot, 2018, The Tootsie Rollers wore some of my faux floral fashion headpieces, which appeared across social media. The look was styled by Joanna Femi-Ola.
Since retro girl group The Tootsie Rollers have worn my floral fashion headpieces to Ascot, singer Meg Gallagher asked me to run a workshop at her best friend’s hen do. I taught the women how to make faux floral headbands, hair combs, earrings and rings which many of them also wore to the wedding.
Stylist Peta Hunt and photographer Jason Moore created a fabulous floral themed editorial called 'no shrinking violet' for the May/June 2018 issue of You & Your Wedding. The concept of head to toe florals for the alternative bride featured a my floral headbands, a crown and corsages.
A fun bride wears my Sienna veiling bow & hydrangea headband with a stunning Viktor and Rolf dress, while her groom refuses to be upstaged in a Dolce and Gabbana suit. Photographer Ed Miles, also captures my Georgie floral headband on a mother of the bride, a modern take on millinery for the mother's big day.
I worked with bride Emma to create a bespoke antique blush pink hydrangea headband to wear with her veil, based on one of my headpieces she had bought from the bridal boutique The Wedding Club. She wanted the same flowers, but a larger and fuller design for a bigger impact. Ultimately she decided to return to the original headband as the proportions worked better with her dress and hairstyle.
Bride-to-be Rebecca contacted me after seeing my floral fashion on my Etsy shop to ask if I could maker her a bespoke bridal headpiece using red, burgundy and purple flowers.