STYLE CRUSH | Summer Vacation with Columbine Smille

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While we head into the cooler months, it does have us daydreaming of the warmer weather north of the equator. Stockholm based stylist and fashion director of StyleBy Magazine, Columbine Smille, is a master of vacation dressing. A holiday uniform made up of loose kaftans, slide on sandals and sunglasses, all that is really left is a tan and a drink in hand.

Images: Pinterest & columbinesmille.com

On the Road | The Grey Attic

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The ‘On the Road’ editorial captured by one of our favourite photographers Janneke Storm for The Grey Attic. A beautiful editorial which features pieces from our AW15 collection among rugged terrains and beautiful golden sunlight.

THE GREY ATTIC  www.thegreyattic.com.au
Photography & direction // Janneke Storm www.jannekestorm.com
Styling // Madeline Roberts madelineroberts.co.uk
Hair & make-up // Kate Shanahan www.katemaryshanahan.com
Model // Suzy Woo of Asha Model Management www.ashamodelmanagement.com.au

Shop the Editorial: Alchemist Vest, Penn Knit, Madison Rollneck, Alchemist Jacket, Salina’s Top

Interior | Natural

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Hello dream apartment! We love everything about this Swedish apartment from its neutral colour palette, plush textures and beautiful light wood features. Located in Gothenburg, the space has an abundance of natural light, beautiful artworks and just the right amount of plant life. We would definitely consider moving countries to call this place home….

All images via decor8blog.com

Editorial | Ethereal

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For to March 2015 issue, Vogue US bought in fashion industry heavyweights, photographer Peter Lindbergh and stylist Grace Coddington to work with a cast of models including Leila Nda, Aya Jones, Imaan Hammam, Malaika Firth, Tami Williams and Kai Newman. The editorial is set amongst vast rocky landscapes with models styled in beautifully feminine and ethereal looks. The shoot is perfectly styled around a simple colour palette of fresh whites, full of lace and soft billowing styles paired off with western influenced straw hats and lace up boots. Everything part of this shoot is a match made in fashion editorial heaven!

Photos by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue US March 2015

5 minutes with | Janneke Storm

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Give us a little insight into who you are and how you started taking photographs?

Hello! I’m Janneke, fashion & wedding photographer based on the Sunshine Coast in beautiful Queensland.

Describe your photography style in 3 words?

Raw, spontaneous, adventurous.

What are some of your favourite shoots you have done to date?

My favourite shoots are usually the simplest ones; an interesting model, not too much clothing, a beautiful outdoor location with textures and amazing light. Of course loved the Lilya shoot we did, love just being out in nature with a beautiful model and insanely good clothing, it’s the best!

We loved working with you on the LILYA AW15 Campaign, whats do you love most about shooting fashion?

Awww thank you! Working with you guys was a dream! Can we do it again? Hehe! Definitely love that every shoot is so different and challenges me in ways I’ve never been challenged before. I love being able to shoot with amazing creatives who inspire and push me to be a better photographer.

When you are not behind the lens, what can we find you doing?

Haha usually behind my computer editing or emailing. But I try and get away from the computer as much as possible. Love getting a good coffee from my local coffee shop, taking my dog down to the beach, hanging out with other creatives and trawling through Pinterest (waste so much time on there!).

Who or what inspires you creatively?

Music is easily my biggest inspiration, right now I’m loving the likes of Odesza, Fishing, Banks, SOHN, Catching Flies, Tycho etc. I’m also hugely inspired by other creatives; one of my close friends Isobel Badin is an insane creative genius, everything she does just blows my mind. My photography mentor, Julian Beattie is just my photography idol, I hope one day to be able to shoot like him. Otherwise photographers like Brydie Mack, Parker Fitzgerald, Magdalena Wosinska, Chris Searl, Asher Moss, Hugh Forte, Dylan & Sara and Nordica.

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All photos by Janneke Storm
Instagram: instagram.com/jannekestorm

 

INTERIOR | ERIN WASSON

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Erin Wasson needs no introduction; the famous Texan born model is renowned for authentic and free willed style mixing androgyny with bohemian touches. And it seems her Venice Beach home is an extension of her personal style, with Wasson describing it as “flea market makeshift”. Her decorating style is nomadic and revolves around collecting, believing you should buy what you love and in a home they will naturally work together as an ‘organic process’. Her home is all we imagined it would be and more. The space is eclectic, personal, carefully curated and giving out some seriously good vibes.

Images: talesofendearment.com