A photoshoot and styling that I did today for Steven Tai studio where I’m interning here in London. Went for scouting around the studio for a while before I found this basketball court and a field near Hackney Wick (basketball = orange ball ? ). Thanks to the sun today that brought us some daylight. The garments are from their AW14, where fringe details were so nice and exquisite that you’d love to comb them before getting off home. Did enjoy it today~
Last Sunday, At St Pancras Renaissance Hotel I was joining the second presentation in London of the Japanese Label TOGA. Always a fan of Japanese fashion revelation since the era of Rei Kawakubo, Yohji Yamamoto, Issey Miyake to Sacai and Anrealage, I was mesmerised by the great details and how international standard TOGA had made. Collage of textures, contradicting colour, and clashing fiber are all oddly beautiful (a very great juxtaposition actually). Their clothes are so tactile, inviting the viewer to touch and see how they were created. Some of them are adorned with mirror pieces. I also find their accessories quite alluring like patent clutches and net sandals. This was the first time I experienced TOGA in a very intimate place and of course Yasuko Furata name became the one to watch from now on. Go go, Japanese revelation!
Food, art, and plenty of plants. A quality Saturday walk in Netil Market.
The fashion week in London has ended and after running all around town from both my internship and contribution job, I just had a time to organise and write some posts from what I have been here and there. Sunday 14th I was at the backstage of Topshop UNIQUE Spring/Summer 2015 show and witnessed how they worked in the international industry. Found that nothing much is different, just that the models here are Jourdan Dunn, Lily Donaldson and yes, Cara Delevigne.
On the street of London, I’m here in this vibrant city to observe and capture what editors, models, bloggers, and all the tryhards are wearing during the LFW Spring/Summer 2015 shows. There are few colours that captured the scene this season including the classic neutrals : black, white, earth tones (beige to olive). The most seen colour is various shades of Blue , from Baby to my favourite Navy. They came in mixed texture like knit, denim, with fray edges that go along well with leather fringes. Also, playful, vibrant patterns and surfaces which have always been a signature of London street style are still the most prominent in the scene. These are some of my favourites. Enjoy ! Photograph by Kamonnart Ongwandee Camera : Nikon D5300 + 24-105 mm lens