Photography by Daniel Grendon
Location: Studio BluePrint
I’M WEARING: Silk Shirt and Pants (Zara) | Slip On Mule Shoes (Double Oak Mills at The Iconic) | Rings (Man the Label) | Cuff (H&M) | Shades
So I have always wanted to experiment with coloured lighting – found out later that it is called colored gels – and in doing so, within a studio and doing an editorial, this became by far my favourite shoot of myself – so far. The credit all goes to the talent of Daniel Grendon who i randomly met and called on when a studio was available and we just played around with shots and poses. Let’s be honest! the guy is a FREAKIN GENIUS. In terms of styling, I had avoided it for quite a while and it was in my closet but I finally caved and went for THAT Zara shirt and a bit of an ankle cropped trousers (before you cry fowl it is a good length sometimes but depends on the shoes), along with slip on mules that have been sitting in my closet for almost year now. LOVED IT.
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