If you've been following my blog for a while now, you'd know that I simply adore the work of Hedi Slimane. To me his shots are timeless, edgy, breathtaking and emotive. Here he's captured one of my favourite shoots of Karlie Kloss for Vogue Japan, December 2011. HER
For a while I've been an Insta fan of Cedric Dasesson and his gorgeous photography, and I wanted to share it here with you. Each photo captures a combination of movement, stillness, breath hope and life. Such a wonderful talent. HER
I'm currently experiencing a love affair with blonde exposed timber. I can't get enough of the complexity of colour within each board, the natural art each ring of that beautiful tree created and its ability to add warmth and brightness to any space without having to add endless amounts of colour. The joy of this is also that each piece develops with age and wear, which is also present throughout every corner of this home.
This stunning Fulham home owned and designed by Daniel and Emma Lee has mindfully incorporated this timber throughout their home and has paired it back with so many beautiful and select pieces. Their selections are minimal but warm in their sentimentality and therefore further adding depth and warmth without clutter. The colour palate is soft and calming, this home is the most beautiful sanctuary from the outer world. HER
Photographed by Rory Gardiner.
Wawi Navarroza is a photographer and a multi-disciplinary artist. This series named Dominion is peaceful and intriguing. I love the strength of the contrasting colour pallets. I feel like each image captures a heald breath, a frozen moment amidst a flurry of fluent airy movement. HERx
These simple photos by Sasa Antic have really captured me. I love how relaxed and striking they are. The shadows and combination of textures and shapes are beautiful. Happy Beautiful Wednesday to you all. xx
I find these images of Elinor Weedon quite striking. Thomas Cooksey captures the beautiful androgyny and power.
They also remind me of James Dean, he was so strong and masculine and yet with certain angles and movements so feminine and gentle. HERx
Pamela Hanson's photography draws out your emotions. Upon scrolling through the selection below you feel everything from freedom, love, happiness, sensuality, joy and fun. I'm not sure why I feel this more in her work than others, I find it's one thing to enjoy and appreciate peoples work but with Hanson's photography I really crack a smile or I feel like running down a street with girlfriends with all my worries completely gone. This is so powerful and to add this type of work to your home would add to the carefree sanctuary that all of our homes should be.
I also enjoy the diversity of her work, from capturing fashion, period pieces through to celebrities she is an artist who cannot be pigeon holed or labelled. I cannot wait to see whats next. HERx
Petra Bindels Photographs are stunning, her lighting in particular is impeccable. She has captured for the likes of Elle, Lotta Agatton, Ikea and Jamie Oliver. Here she has captured the stunning pieces from Muuto, where clean lines, simplicity and beautiful design are ever present. HER