Experimenting with all of the different facets of my own personality and the different moods of fashion is such a fun journey. This concept we created is so eerily beautiful and I'm obsessed with how these gorgeous images turned out!
I've never picked up a pair of knitting needles but when the weather starts to chill and all of the trees have gone bare it seems like the perfect way to waste away a few of those extra hours of darkness in the evening. Sweater weather is upon us and a made-to-fit turtleneck just might be the thing we're all missing. My sweet and talented friend, Sleepy Fox Photography, is making the transition to film photography and I love how moody and wintery the graininess of these images is.
styling & art direction: Chelsea & The City
photography & backdrop: Sleepy Fox Photography
makeup: Lorraine Henderson
model: Amber Harris
(socks & jeans: model's own)
Well friends, we've reached the final look in our Anthropologie shoot and it's by far the most conceptual. We had so much fun dreaming up this story and ending with hair-turned-nest seemed like the perfect little sendoff. Our model was definitely one with the birds by this point! You can consider this the beginning of things to come on Chelsea & The City and expect to see a few more projects in the coming months...
I'm so grateful to the Anthropologie team for letting me play dress-up and giving me creative free-reign on this project. I'm incredibly humbled to have the opportunity to work with one of my favorite brands!
This shoot definitely would not have gone so smoothly without the help of our amazing little team (and some sweet feathery extras). I'm smitten with the idea of creating beautiful images with friends!
Photography: Sleepy Fox Photography
Styling: Chelsea & The City
Hair stylist: Twiggy Romei
Make-up: The Beauty Enhancement by Stacey Spearman
Model: Sara Lynn Slagle, Ludlow Scout
Doves: Christopher Joseph Designs
All clothing and accessories c/o Anthropologie
binoculars: vintage, ring: models own