More often it’s the little things, the details, which spark our interest. When only a snippet is revealed, and the rest is left to the imagination, the mind can run free. When the usual personality indicators (body language, expression etc) are replaced a pair of heels mid step, or a bag clutched to the waist, it adds an element of intrigue. Who is this person? Where are they going? And do they have a kind face? Questions which keep it interesting.
You can check out the rest of this post over at the Inner Circle here.
I was introduced to Uniform by a friend a few months ago, and it was instantly clear it was a label after my own heart. Built on the idea of having an ‘everyday uniform’; the label offers classic separates and dresses in silhouettes that never go out of style. The kind of pieces you live in, mould to the shape of your body and wear day after day. Silk shirts, leather everything (shorts, pinafore, cap) and pretty dresses in a colour palette of black, white and maroon. The clothes are completely stripped back; no fussy details, only careful tailoring and beautiful fabrics. It’s a minimalists dream.
So I met up with the Uniform team not long after they had received their first set of samples (but already a Vogue feature under their belt) to take a few shots. Against a raw backdrop with natural sunlight, it was the perfect setting to showcase their first collection. No doubt destined for big things, Uniform drops into stores this month. You can view the rest of the shoot over at the Inner Circle here.
Photographer: Jessie Bush
Model: Isabella Cleaver
Hair & Makeup: Emily Witte
Carly Hunter dress
Thursday, Sunday knit
We all have an inventory of expressions and faces that reveal who we are. Some are unexpected and take us by surprise, others are key part of our emotional repertoire. Often it’s our eyes and smile that tell the best stories of all.
So with no real plan, we went out into the warm morning sun and let Sapphire’s mood come to the surface. Exploring the transformative power of change, Sapphire’s hair evolved with each new expression, fueling her attitude and the many faces she has stored away. See the rest of this portrait series over at the Inner Circle here.
Photographer & Stylist Jessie Bush
Hair and Makeup Mia Hawkswell
Model Sapphire @ Chic
I’ve recently teamed up with Sunglass Hut, and it’s going to be a lot of fun! Over the next twelve months I will be collaborating with Sunglass Hut, creating unique content for their curated platform the Inner Circle. It will be a mix of editorial, street style and beautiful images that inspire me, so keep an eye out as each shoot unfolds.
For my first post I called on Kahlo for fresh separates and slick leather pieces which really require no styling at all. Paired with timeless tortoiseshell cat-eye’s by Prada and Tom Gunn for Gary Bigeni heels, it was the epitome of effortless dressing. The rain poured down outside, so we turned up the heat, rolled around on the beautiful wooden floors and made the most of a Saturday indoors. You can see the rest of the shoot over at the Inner Circle here.
Photography: Jessie Bush
Hair & Make up: Jane Lam
Model: Madi @ Chic