So lats week I scored a internship at Forward PR here in London, it feels amazing and I’m so exciting about working there. I’m gonna spend two days a week at their office near by Piccadilly circus. I had my first day yesterday and everyone was so sweet and nice so it feels really, really good.
This week school started again, also very exciting! This semester I’m taking creative directions for fashion media, styling, marketing, journalism, PR and social media & online communication. So far I’ve had my first classes in everything except journalism and social media and I must say I’m very happy with the introduction, they all feel very inspiring and interesting (ask me again in March when I’m in the middle of deadlines and final presentations.. JK)
Now I’m going to unpack the rest of my stuff, we moved in to our flat last Monday but since they days has been pretty hectic I still have some things left in my suitcase. We left Chelsea for our new neighborhood Marleybone, very central, very posh. I feel a little misplaced but I can’t complain though, it’s lovely to just have a 15 minute walk to school!
This is me. According to my self. Described through a mood board. For my Styling teacher. Interesting to see what my mind makes up sometimes.
Hi! I just wanted to show you a few looks from my styling assignment for school. Can you guess which theme it is?
I had the pleasure to work with some wonderful people during the shoot and I had so much fun doing it. I’m really excited to see the results when everything is done. I hope you like them.
ph: Louise Olander Make up: Sara Storgaard Hair: Malin Bud Model: Marte F @ Starlet
Pants BikBok/ Shirt H&M / Necklace H&M / Belt H&M / Shoes DinSko /
Pants Monki / Pique BikBok / Sweater belongs to the photographer / Bracelet H&M /
Here you have one of the looks I styled today. Ardiana is wearing a mixture with bohemian and dramatic clothes paired with holographic shoes. I really enjoy being a stylist even though I had one hour to work out five looks today. But practice makes perfect!
Right now we’re having a class in personal styling at school. I think it’s really interesting how you can use colours, print and shapes to bring out your best features. Personal style and image is about finding out who you want to be and how you want the world to see you. Some of the following pictures are my recent school projects which include a wardrobe plan for a man and guides between different style personalities such as bohemians, minimalists and classical beauties. On monday we’re gonna style each other and I’m really looking forward to it. I’ll show you some pictures then.
This is the minimalist, what defines this look is the simplicity in the pieces but still with a twist such as the black details on the yellow coat or cut outs on the frames of the sunglasses.
the classic look includes clothing that never goes out of style. It’s an elegant and feminin look.
The dramatic style personality is perhaps the most fun and playful there is. Less is more do not exist here. To nail this style try to mix and combine different materials such as leather and silk together with wool och fur to really create some drama around your outfits.
The relaxed style is all about comfort and with a hint of sporty.
the bohemian look is easy to spot. It contains fringes, prints, fur and a lot of details. often with tribe and ethnic references.
when it comes to dressing and creating your look don’t be afraid to combine the different style personalities with each other. Try pairing your basic white T with a pair of leather pants and the classic pumps with a twist in colour or details. This creates a curiosity around your looks and make you and your outfit stand out from the crowd.
Male wardrobe planning
This is a wardrobe planning for a man in his thirties, he works in the IT-industry and he’s not into clothes or fashion at all. So his wardrobe has to be functional with key pieces that he can wear on and off work. By building his wardrobe like this it creates a variety of different combination with just a few pieces. The colours and prints are chosen due to what’s suitable for the client and his body. One everyday wardrobe and one suit. Amazing how much you can do with so little, right?