Carrying Monet


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This month Louis Vuitton launches it’s second collection with modern artist Jeff Koons. The Masters  LVXKOONS series. These stunning wearable collectors pieces are so fun. I love the idea of the Neverfull Monet as a beach bag but I wanted to share them here with a winter look. When I saw the Louis Vuitton team about the collection, I instantly thought of this location. I just love all the blues and greys together. Shades of blue and grey are really the base of my winter wardrobe.

What I'm Wearing

Bags Louis Vuitton Masters LVXKOONS
Neverfull MM and Pochette Metis

Hat Zara

Coat Alexander McQueen

Shirt Donna Karen

Jeans Vintage Levis

Shoes Manolo Blahnik

Double Deniming


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On my most recent trip to Paris I wore this outfit with trainers too. I love the colours together, that seem to so perfectly blend with the colour of the stone buildings in Paris. I’m returning to Paris this week for work and I could wear this all over again just with a long coat, I have a blue tweed one or a long grey one, both would work.

Beret Asos

Shirt American Apparel

Jeans Vintage Levis customised by me

Boots c/o Stuart Weitzman

Bag Fendi

Bracelet c/o Vita Fede

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Jungle Fever


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When you fall in love with a piece of jewellery… it’s like jungle fever.

Boodles Raindance

This little tropical shoot was conceived to showcase the beautiful Raindance pieces from Boodles. The new Raindance Watch launched this winter and I’m totally in love. The detailing to the wrist strap and the face make it a real show stopper. I have tiny wrists and for once they actually made one small enough to fit me perfectly. It comes in four models, in white or rose gold and even the alligator strap is ethically sourced.  If you don’t know Boodles, it’s a wonderful British fine jewellery brand that has a long heritage going back to 1798. In 2010 Boodles was asked to join the permanent jewellery display at the V&A, exhibiting the Raindance Ring seen on me here.  Boodles has great history in timepieces, maintaining a strong relationship with Patek Philippe another famous family business.

I love creatively challenging myself. So it’s so fulfilling when a brand is willing to trust you to try something new. I don’t think I have ever done a shoot with a flash before. I’m trying to think back through all the editorials I have ever created and I think this might be the only one. I love natural light in all it’s many forms, but there is something about flash photography and jewellery which I thought was so sexy and fun.  I wanted it to have a sweet pop of colour and light flares to create a really graphic look. Very different than most of my shoots. Papayas and pineapples are the perfect contrasting textures to frame the sleekness of the stunning Boodles pieces of jewellery. I love the idea of creating something less romantic for a jewellery shoot.  I love these editorials but I wanted to share something new with you.