Pamika from Scene wears Odylyne kimono and Clover belt from Zara Bryson, Romance Was Born trousers from Subway DC, Grace & Scarper tee, Stylist’s own necklace (…from Diva).


Romance Was Born dress from Subway DC, State Of Georgia heels from Planet.

Without realising it, I seem to have recently changed the focus of content on Dropstitch from street fashion snaps to behind-the-scenes pics from my styling adventures. I would love to be publishing more street fashion images but haven’t been going out socially much recently because I’ve been busy working on All Of The Above when I’m not at X-Press, have been planning and styling lots of shoots and have succumbed to two nasty and prolonged flus, and thus haven’t had much opportunity to hunt for cool outfits! How do you feel about the shift in focus? Do you miss street fashion snaps and want them back or are you happy seeing pics from locally produced fashion editorials? I’m very interested in hearing your thoughts…

In keeping with the shift, here are some pics from my latest project – an Oriental inspired shoot with All Of The Above’s Luke Thompson (photography), Jody Fiannaca (hair styling) and Samantha Enticknap (make up artistry). Big thanks to Ashleigh for being my assistant stylist and to Pamika from Scene Model Management for posing for us! I’ll share the finals snaps soon I’m sure 🙂


Odylyne kimono, Sretsis embellished tee and Lilya pants from Zara Bryson.