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~
London Fashion Week has passed a month ago but some of the most exciting works are still bubbling in my head. Luckily Steven had got a wristband pass for every of us in the studio so we can sneak into all showrooms in Somerset House, where the buyers and editors were coming to see the most exciting, latest design from young London designers. I got a chance to go observe them, here are some selected because of their new, innovative, and exciting creations ever.
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.
A short project for my interview at Royal College of Art London, MA Fashion Womenswear.
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