Monday, 27 December 2010

The future of fashion bloging...

Designer of the day..





















Emma Bell is a British designer and creative consultant with three seasons at London Fashion Week under her belt as well as a string of collaborative projects and endeavours to her name. Partnerships and projects have included GM/Vauxhall Motors, Irregular Choice, Designers Against Aids, Jodie Harsh and Lambrini.

The Emma Bell brand has received international press in publications including; Dazed and Confused, Elle Girl, WWD New York, Vice, The Daily Mail, WAD Paris, Time Out, Drapers, Super Super, Wonderland, Look Magazine, Notion, The Daily Express, Cosmopolitan, The Daily Mirror and Design Week. Additional media has seen Emma Bell’s work feature on TV shows including ‘SKINS’, BBC British Style Genius and ‘Frock Me’.

Emma Bell presents a colourful and challenging optical feast and has showcased at two solo catwalk shows at LFW, part of the Super Super Show LFW, NYC AGAINST HIV and Vienna Fashion Week. Her collaboration with UK cult footwear brand sees the sub-label “Emma Bell for Irregular Choice” stocked in boutiques globally.

http://www.emma-bell.com

Sunday, 26 December 2010

A must see film? The Factory Girl.

The Factory girl tells the story of Edie Sedgwick, Andy Warhol's muse and 'super star,' who plays a main part in many of his films.Warhol is portrayed as a horrible person through out as he uses Edie for all she's worth and eventually as her past catches up with her as she begins to feel the portrayal of her abusive father through Warhol's control.



Friday, 24 December 2010

Louboutin studded boots £573

As featured in our Top Ten for fall. Studs are a key trend for fall and this ankle boot style is pure biker-chic. A real season essential. Shown here with a Burberry Porsum tote, dress, a Fendi turtleneck and a Burberry Prorsum belt.



Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Some recent styling work




Tuesday, 14 September 2010

I helped dress back stage at the St├ęphane Rolland show during 'fashion in motion' at the Victoria and Albert museum. Fashion is motion is an event that takes place four times a year and I am very proud and greatful to be called back each time to dress the models and meet the designers. Its a truly inspiring event.



Monday, 13 September 2010

My interest in fonts and typeface continues!