Back To Basic Stalking: A Stylish Duo

26 October 2015

I stalked these two very stylish individuals recently after the Pheobe English presentation, is these two were apart I probably wouldn’t have stopped them but together their look and attitude oozed style and was an irresistible stalk!

Stalked: Marie Sloth Rousing, Emerging Fashion Designer

21 October 2015

Marie Sloth Rousing started her brand in 2015 after graduating from Kolding School of Design, Rousing’s designs push the boundaries of conventional silhouettes but with a simplistic colour palate. I stumbled across her recently and loved the simplicity and form of her clothing, I simply had to find out more about the thought process behind this talented designer.

Why did you decide to be a designer and what do you love about it? 

I have always loved to create and to learn how to make new things. So in a quite young age I knew I wanted to be a designer. I love working with materials and creating shape in context with the body. Changing 2D patterns into 3D shapes. 

Back To Basic Stalking: The Flare

19 October 2015

Now however much my other half and male friends wail with disgust every time I wear my flares nothing will stop me loving these bad boys – there is something about that 70s look that always makes me feel elegant, and a right little seventies dancing queen.

 I stalked this gorgeous lady on the streets of soho, her flares, burberry trench coat, neck scarf and beautiful red all scream effortless styling.. something which I firmly believe is what fashion and style is all about!

Stalked: SS16 BCollide

14 October 2015

BCollide, as my regular stalkers may know is one of my favourite emerging brands, now in their 2nd season they recently showed their SS16 collection to press and buyers from across the world at London and Paris fashion week. This season they were featured in the official London fashion week digital schedule, so as this exciting brand gathers momentum I caught up with the designer Johnny Wang to find out more about BCollide’s SS16 collection.

Your SS16 collection is incredible and your latest campaign looks stunning. What was the best part of shooting it?

Thank you so much! You made our day! The best part about the entire production of the concept book shoot was to work with our DREAM TEAM. Photographer: Federico Ferrari. Stylist: PC Williams. PR: SANE Communications. Model: Josephin at M+P Models. MUA: Martina Latanzzi. Hair: Valerie Benavides. And we shot at Shangri-La Hotel at the Shard! Couldn’t have been any BETTER!

Back To Basic Stalking: Monochrome

12 October 2015

 The monochrome colour palate is back! With shows such as Burberry keeping their SS16 collection to a minimum with colours, we all can’t get enough of that good old perfect black and white duo! I stalked this lady during London Fashion Week, her overall styling is spot on when it comes to keeping things very simply, topped off with a striking pair of sunnies and a beautiful tailored jacket I think you will agree she deserved to be stalked!

Stalked: Tarra Rosenbaum, Jewellery Designer

7 October 2015

I stumbled across this very talented jewellery designer recently when I was looking through an old shoot with Alix of Bohemia, in one of these shots she is wearing a bat ring.. and so the hunt started to find the amazing designer behind this beautiful piece of jewellery. Finally I did and of course I had to stalk her for you guys!

Why did you decide to be a jewellery designer?
I don’t know if you decide or if your craft decides for you.
I have always worked with my hands and sometimes I say this is the adult version of what I did as a child. When I went to university I enjoyed the challenge and clarity of the sciences while minoring in art history. In the end I gravitated back to the arts, using my science background to become an art conservator during the day and a jewelry designer in my free time. I love the three dimensional aspect to jewellery, using my sculpting skills along with the technical side of metallurgy which uses my chemistry. It’s a little bit of light engineering and then the pure glam of creating beautiful things and playing with stones from all around the world.      

Stalked: Petra Vuletic, Emerging Fashion Designer

2 October 2015

Berlin is known for it's current volume of rising talent, artists and fashion designers are blooming out of this country at the moment, a great example is my latest stalk; Petra Vuletic.

Petra Vuletic was born in 1990, she is a Master student at ESMOD, Berlin, finishing the programme in 2015. During the Bachelor studies she established a brand VULETICHORTIG with her colleague Sasa Hortig. They received several awards and much recognition as a result of their collaboration.

I caught up with her to find out more about her love for design and what inspires her..

Why did you decide to get into fashion? 

 I will be honest and say that I don’t remember, I guess I was attracted by the feeling of freedom in the fashion industry, you could do anything and it was always contemporary. Fashion industry is kind of obsessed with novelties, and I am not an exception. I am still driven by that, however now I love how diverse notion of the fashion can be and how far you go into an idea just to make a piece of wearable garment, trend or a statement.

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