Louis Vuitton Front Row


This Louis Vuitton Spring Collection is one of my all time favourites. It was a fashion fairytale fantasy. The show opened by unveiling all the models in one glance, scattered daintily across a glittering white carousel. It was magical, very chic and Parisienne! It was a wonderful array of pretty pastel confections. The models’ hair was held in soft chignons by sparkling bands, to go with the soft, Fifties-influenced femininity of their floating, gauzy overskirts. The details were beautiful and intricate with oversized buttons and doily lace collars, macramé and appliqué. Dresses had puffed, full skirts and drop waists – and the little white dress is now on everybody’s list for summer! 

Images via 1-7, 8-14 {all edited by Scrapbook}

A Weekend in Paris


I love everything about this glamorous photo shoot set in glitzy Paris. Hana Soukupova looks very glam and I would kill for a set of luggage that looks like that. Everything about this shoot is gorgeous - the location, the fashion, the hotel, the shoes, the car, the handbag - they all scream luxury.

Images via Tatler Magazine - Russia

A Modern Day Princess

This gorgeous American Vogue fashion story with Anne Hathaway is what fairytales are made of! Sublimely elegant it was shot on location in Paris and New York by my favourite photographer Mario Testino. Mario has managed to capture the sophistication and glamour of a by-gone era that I really love. Jewels by Van Cleef and Arpels, Cartier and Chopard. Evening gowns in duchesse satin and silk faille are fit for a princess, long satin gloves and crystal embossed clutches by Roger Vivier and Jimmy Choo all add to the sparkle of a night on the town! Who better to escort Anne than French actor Raphael Personnaz? 

Images via American Vogue
Louis Vuitton Glamour


Louis Vuitton

This is the most gorgeous fashion shoot - very ladylike and Parisian. I adore everything about the image below:- the setting, the car, the outfit, the shoes and of course, the handbag. I would love the handbag in the second pic for my summer wardrobe. In fact any would do!

Megan Hess - Fashion Illustrator


Megan has illustrated for some of the world's top fashion and interiors publications as well as worldwide ad campaigns and best selling books. She also works on private commissions for clients all around the globe including Bloomingdales and the cover of Candice Bushnell's best seller the every popular novel 'Sex In The City'.

David Downton - Fashion Illustrator


David Downton was born in Kent in 1959. He studied illustration/graphics, beginning his illustration career in 1984. For the first 12 years he worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from advertising and packaging to illustrating fiction, cook books and, occasionally, fashion before becoming well recognised. In 1996, the Financial Times commissioned him to draw at the couture shows and since then David has become known principally as a fashion illustrator. 

David’s commercial client list includes: Tiffany and Co, Bloomingdales, Barney’s, Harrods, Top Shop, Chanel, Dior, L’Oreal, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and the V and A Museum. In 1998, he began working on a portfolio of portraits of some of the world’s most beautiful women, including  Paloma Picasso, Catherine Deneuve, Linda Evangelista, Iman and Dita Von Teese. In 2007, David launched Pourquoi Pas? the first ever journal of Fashion Illustration. 

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