Pamika wears Romance Was Born pants from Subway DC, Odylyne sequin kimono and belt from Zara Bryson, Grace & Favour tee and stylist’s own necklace.
If variety is in fact the spice of life, then my life is a hard core curry. Such a weird saying… But there’s some truth to it! One of the things I love most about being a stylist is that I get to work on a broad range of projects with an array of really talented professionals, projects such as this – Orient Express – a fashion editorial by some top notch members of the All Of The Above Creative family. Photographed by Luke Thompson with makeup artistry by Sam Enticknap, hair styling Jody Fiannaca and styling by yours truly, the shoot was inspired by the Oriental-esque collections that have been popping up on runways of late. Thanks to Pamika @ Scene Models for posing for us, Ashleigh Holman for being my Assistant Stylist and to Zara Bryson, Planet Clothing, Grace & Favour and Subway DC for lending us their amazing threads. And can I just say – praise the universe that a designer had the inspired idea of combining kimonos and sequins – it’s a marriage made in heaven! Nice work Odylyne.
Cameo skirt and One Teaspoon kimono from Planet Clothing, Garth Cook top, necklace from Zara Bryson.