Friday, 24 February 2012

Flowers in fashion photography

A little scrapbook item for your pleasure: a selection of images of flowers in fashion. Some are from editorials and others from publicity stills or red carpet events.

Vogue China July 2011

Drew Barrymore at a MoMA event

Massimo Dutti ad campaign

Silk chiffon evening gown by Gucci Aw11

Elle Canada, September 2011
Gucci Cruise Collection ad campaign

Eva Herzigova in Dolce & Gabbana

Trompe-l'oeil background for Isaac Mizrahi's SS12 presentation

Halston print campaign

Audrey Hepburn in 1957 movie Funny Face

Audrey Hepburn, 1955

Annette Arundel, photographed by Philip Gray, 1967

A stunning embellished cocktail coat from Prada Spring Summer 2012

Pages from W magazine's fashion editorial, March 2012

Jil Sander, AW11

Stella McCartney's Spring Summer 2012 campaign

Cuban-American fashion designer Isabel Toledo

Thierry Boutemy is fashion's favourite florist. He was profiled in the March 2012 issue of British Vogue and has created arrangements for the likes of Lanvin, Viktor & Rolf (providing a floral set for Grace Jones, seen below), Dior and Dries van Noten.

A fruit print dress with floral appliqué hem from Dolce & Gabbana

Lea Michele in Moschino

Delicate lace dress with silk roses from Giles AW12

Bebe Spring Summer 2012

Vogue Japan September 2011

Floral-print cocktail dress from Erdem AW12

Anne St Marie in Harper's Bazaar, 1957

Kate Bosworth attends a Chanel event

Naeem Khan Resort 2012

London-based florist Vic Brotherson (owner of Scarlet & Violet) specialises in vintage-inspired bouquets and arrangements. Her book, Vintage Flowers, was published last year.

To view a selection of our spring floral vintage dresses, click on this link. We have many more in stock, to make an appointment in our Kings Cross studio please get in touch.

Monday, 6 February 2012

Dress Up, Resource Down

The Good Fashion Show is London Fashion Week's largest off-schedule event and features 25 British and international eco-ethical fashion brands.

In addition to the runway shows and emporium - where visitors can make direct orders from the designers - there is a champagne bar, fashion photography & video installations, as well as live performances from artists including Omar and the Maria Chen Jazz Ensemble, who will be wearing a stunning Juno Says Hello vintage dress for her set.

Juno Says Hello has been involved with TGFS since early December, where we accompanied event organizer Antoinette Saxer up to Birmingham for Clothes Show Live at the NEC. Antoinette had a stand in the Designer Pavilion showcasing designers who are taking part in TGFS in February 2012.

Our stand at Clothes Show Live

As well as presenting a selection from the new Juno Says Hello collection on the catwalk, we have a stand in the emporium where customers can chat to our stylist and arrange to visit our Kings Cross studio.

The one-day event will be held in the stunning surroundings of London House in Bloomsbury (pictured above) with the runway shows in their vast neo-classical ballroom. To book tickets click on this link.

18th February 2012
London House, WC1