I made fashion & lifestyle blogger Nathan AKA 'The Rollinson London' a bespoke faux floral pocket square, which he modelled in style at the V&A museum. I used ivory roses, deep blue delphiniums and pale blue hydrangeas.
Photographer Izzy Hudgins shot the Georgia wedding of Emily and Jono and the bride was wearing one of my silk hydrangea flower headbands. I love the way the traditional white colour of the headpiece and Alice Temperley dress work with the beautiful bright coloured summer flowers.
In the latest issue of You & Your Wedding magazine, I was asked to create a collar for a lace inspired editorial, shot on location in Spain. The photography was by Ben Riggott and the styling by Peta Hunt.
I was asked by stylist Joanna Femmi-Ola to create some bespoke faux floral headpiece for the vintage girl group The Tootsie Rollers to wear to Ladies Day at Royal Ascot. It was such a fun brief, red flowers, gold crowns, and pearls, inspired by Dolce & Gabbana. The Tootsies looked incredible and they got lots of press, featuring in The Guardian, The Times, The Evening Standard and The Metro newspapers and the Daily Mail online.
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.
My hydrangea crown, 'Grace' has been featured in the June 2016 edition of Surrey Downs Magazine. The article called 'Glamour Stakes' looked at the perfect hats to choose for the races.
II was interviewed by the Independent online for a feature on millinery called 'Ten Best Hats for the races. My 'Anna' headband was suggested as an alternative to the more traditional hat
This year, my floral fashion is once again being stocked in Fortnum & Mason for the Summer season. Alongside some of my signature hydrangea headbands and combs, I have also made some new show stopper styles featuring roses, peonies, hydrangeas and delphiniums, especially for Fortnum & Mason.
My dramatic floral headpiece 'Anala' has been featured in the Sheengate group magazines, which are distributed to households around London.
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.