Got a case of the midweek blues? I definitely have, but if there's one thing to get you through the Wednesday slump, it's a candy-hued, bright splash of an editorial. This poppin' shoot from Canada's Dress To Kill magazine was the perfect perk-me-up for me today, check it out for yourself. If nothing else, it'll inspire you to buy some spray-in hair colour and umm... bejewel your face?!
Photography MAX ABADIAN. Fashion Editor CARY TAUBEN at FOLIO. Model VIE at MONTAGE. Hair & Makeup LESLIE-ANN THOMSON at FOLIO using L’ORÉAL PROFESSIONAL and MAC COSMETICS. Assistant BENJAMIN OSCAR GONZALEZ. NailsTAMARA DI LULLO at FOLIO.
SEE MORE AT http://dresstokillmagazine.com/art-school-drop/
I've been obsessing over Emma Brewin's faux fur marvels for oh, I dunno, at least two months now. Avid readers of my work (Hey, mum!) may recognise the name and coats from the feature I wrote on Emma for Hope St last year; her new collection showcases just how far she's come in that time.
The pieces are still massively furry (and, well, massive in general), and still full of that trademark Brewin brand of opulence and sass, but in a host of bright new colourways, shot against a backdrop of the Californian desert by the ever-talented Nadia Lee Cohen. Oh, and there's a cameo by a guy in a startlingly realistic gorilla suit. Check out the cool, jelousy-inducing images and collection below.
see the full collection and shop pieces at http://emmabrewin.com/