In an era where endless scrolling has become my form of daily exercise and checking likes is my only interaction with solving a maths problem- I’m not alone when sharing that social media becomes a rabbit hole for self comparisons and body envy. Yet in the wake of this, there has been an increasing rise in inspirational posts from models and celebrities alike sharing the reality of their lives beyond the glamour of the red carpet. So I want to share with you my top 5 inspiring women who embrace individuality, are unapologetically confident and show off how their imperfections are perfect.
In preparation for our SS20 photoshoot, we're looking back to our last social media photoshoot we had and how much fun we had! For our SS19 photoshoot we decided to feature some of the dogs that belonged to some of the models to create some sweet photos.
Through researching, I found out about a photoshoot that the brand Coach did a photoshoot in 2015 which was a campaign that “celebrates the dogs in our lives and captures the pups’ unique personalities as they “model” Coach’s Fall 2015 star bags.”
As we add the finishing touches to our SS20 collection, we begin our countdown for our Photoshoot in 10 days. In preparations for our photoshoot we begin to brainstorm how we want the final look, from creating a theme to finding a location, accessories, models, photographer, poses, props, hair and makeup. This week's topic is an insight to why hair and makeup is so important in a fashion photoshoot and where we source our inspiration.
For many fashion students, one of the things that they look forward to at the end of their terms/years is Graduate Fashion Week. For students in their first or second years, it’s the perfect opportunity for them to go to an event to see what kinds of things are being explored by young designers from other Universities. It’s also good for second years (like me) to possibly see what everything will be leading up to at the end of their next and final year.