Alexandra Agoston-O’Connor is a Sydney girl who has one of those amazing faces that could be cast in most international roles. Tiny freckles and almond eyes she does elegant Couture and can also pull off a backyard shoot in Helmut Lang with her friend and neighbour Cory Kennedy styling.
I have only ever seen New York in Fall, the sun shining and everyone wears tank tops just makes me want to visit again.
images: modelfeed, cory
“Drown.” Young photographer Nirrimi has already shown she’s not just a kid with a distinctive Hanging Rock style. Her latest pictures on her blog with model Belle show a stronger more Oyster style to mix in with her softer light romantic editorials.
Labels: just pictures
images: we live young
Irina Lazareanu for No Magazine. Gen posted the Tokyo polaroids weeks ago as a tease showing Irina smoking like a Japanese school girl doing a jaunt as a flapper. Now the cover for New Zealand’s No shows an even more feminine side to Miss Lazareanu. Love the nails and the triangle ear rings.
Never Ever Forever. It’s the title. It’s Bambi. It’s the tribal plaited hair. It’s the jewels and also just the plain old thrown together look the Cassette Society have mastered. This is second summer. Not out until September and it just is rubbing in my face that this time last year I was all European Summer. It’s ice cold here.
Love Want Issue 3 out this Thursday online and at General Pants stores. Photgrapher: Bec Parsons, Stylist: Imogene Barron and cover star Miss Julia Nobis. Bec is known for her lack of re-touching and caught in the moment style. I love that Julia looks so fresh with no make up and slightly flushed cheeks to go alongside her Kurt t-shirt. Emma Balfour and Jessica Hart also make the editorials.
images: tfs, bec
FLAIR MAGAZINE – “NEW ROMANTIC” Photographer: Beau Grealy Stylist: Kate Sebbah Model: Marike Le Roux Location: Yonkers, New York.
For the first time in 2 years I have been way too busy for my blog. 6 days a week and 14 hour days and the big days of the film are yet to begin…. so some beautiful images from one of my favourite Australian photographers….
As I have said before, I almost own no basics. I bought my first white tee when in London last year whilst shopping the Jil Sander for Uniqlo collection and that is about the extent of it. So when I came across this Won Hundred shoot on Canvas I had to check out their online shop. Canvas always manage to make the range even more covertable. First on my to buy list is the scoop neck sloppy joes.
I almost know nothing about this label… so I must google…Designer Rosemary Masic started her label Nevenka named after her mother just after she died. Influenced by her Eastern European heritage the label has always been too sophisticated to be in my eyesight, until now once they hired young Cassi for the ‘Concrete Jungle’ Autumn Winter 2010 lookbook.
These are the kind of blue sky snaps that can happen during our Fashion Week. Paris may have the newest stilettoes lightly covered in Tuileries dust, London has a costume fare of dress up box outfits but we have rock pool fun.
Tullalah should keep modeling she is only getting more beautiful, mainly through Cameron Smith’s lense.
images: cameron smith
I can never talk about my work… Well something I worked on two years ago when I first arrived home after living in London was a low budget Australian Horror called The Loved Ones. It was a shock to the system as I had left my costume career behind working in the more civilised 9-5 world of fashion whilst in London to go straight into blood and fear night shoots. Working behind the scenes it’s actually hard to know the outcome, the storyline is on the borderline to be banned, the cast had starring newcomers and until I saw the final cut I had no idea it had comedic value… and then it won the People’s Choice Award at Midnight Madness! The lead Xavier Samuel was then cast in the new Twilight so it doesn’t hit screens til August. I love this still of the very talented Robin McLeavy. Check it out.. rumours insist its got cult status.