Jacket – Gina Tricot
Dress – New Yorker
Shoes – Just Fab
Photographer – Victor Jones
Styling – Laura Tønder
Model – Silje A.
I love to be creative, and besides drawing, sewing and designing, I really like styling.
I’ve styled myself for years here on the blog, and also been doing a few stylings at photoshoots.
I wanted to show the diversity in Silje as a girl, giving her a 70’s knit look, with a casual vintage tennis knit and the slim scarf. And how it compliments the look with warm vintage tones in the photos.
The minimalistic neoprene coat is a statement piece, I really like how the lighting gives the jacket the most beautiful shadows. I styled it with a sporty and young printed dress and the minimalistic mules.
The flower crown was maybe over the top, but that’s really what I love about it. Together with the simple white dress I found it girly, fun but also quite elegant. I love that Victor played with the lighting and gave the photos the neon look.
I’ve always been wearing rings, as long as I remember. As a kid it was my moms old ones, but over the years I’ve pulled together my own selection.
I don’t min mixing gold and silver, pearl and rocks and so on. I’ve always liked big rings, or to put several together for a massive look.
Pandora asked me how I would style their new collection, and I chose to mix up both their organic feather ring, the cute bow rings and the wrapped around chain and pearl rings.
Please let me know what you think and which ones that you like the most!
You might be able to win your favorite in a give-away soon!
Model: Emma Nødebo
Make Up: Victoria Goldstein
Styling: Laura Tønder
Assistent: Morten L.J. Nielsen
Photographer : Anja Ekstrøm Photography
A special thanks to Textilskolen i Holte for borrowing designs
A while ago I styled this photoshoot, I love how strong the photo turned out!
“Coco Isabel” is an editorial created by a team of young Danish up-coming talents. The editorial contemplates the path to finding one’s identity, thus it is named by the model. It reflects on the experimenting path to finding one’s identity and what one’s name should represent.