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
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
I am very excited for the long weekend, so I thought I'd share a quick weekend inspo for you all! Whether it's a long one for you or not, relax, play, be cheeky and must most importantly do what's important to you. HER xx
Alexander Wang's SS14 Campaign has finally been released in full. I'm not sure what it is that I like about this campaign, I think it might be more intrigue than anything. He has a way of adding feminine chic and power to the most unlikely of surroundings to tweak your interest and question your fascination. HER
My selection of street style favs from NYC Fashion week. HERx
After a conversation this morning about prints and trends I thought it was interesting that this new Burburry Prorsum collection came up in my email! Although this may be considered on the lighter side of print on print styling, I believe this is such a strong collection featuring bold and contrasting prints, textures, fabric and finishes captured harmoniously together within this editorial by Ssense, named Check Mate.
The subtle androgyny of the styling is very clever and ties the gender looks together brilliantly. It has also drawn my eye down through the range highlighting the similarities in the two ranges, for example the slight styling differences in the two leopard jackets. HER.