The month of December is full of festive traditions.
Being Dutch, we will kick off with our Sinterklaas and later in the month we will celebrate Xmas. It is always a hectic time, full of fun and special family moments. And I think that goes for everyone, no matter where you live or how you celebrate.
As we are getting exited about styling festive family dinner tables and decking the halls at home, we also feel the pressure of buying a meaningful gift for our loved ones.
Fortunately we happen to live in the wonderful times of online shopping which makes our lives so much easier. Ordering gifts online is a great way to support small businesses and creative entrepreneurs with the added bonus of having an original gift.
Some weeks ago, we were asked to style the images for the Brighteyez kids wear lookbook as part of their website launch. We’re happy to tell you that is online. The result: a funky, summer fun lookbook with urban playful designs in palettes made to mix and match. Absolutely adorable and fun!
We had the chance to team up with the talented fashion
designer Deborah Henning to showcase her Spring/ Summer collection 2015. For
the event we created a custom boutique interior using products of newcomer TheBowery Company and one of my old time favorites: Dtales. Simplicity and urban
chic where the keywords for this fashion feast. We worked with white pallets, wooden panels to create layers and lots of black and white photos.
The wooden panels can also be tried at home if you don’t
feel like painting a wall but desperately need to add an eye catcher.
It was a memorable evening where styling, fashion and fun
all met in one studio and had a blast.
Images Live Loud girl | Styling Live Loud girl & Deborah Henning
I stumbled upon the cute kidswear brand Le Petit Society on one of my favorite blogs, Bloesem. The Bloesem team styled the shoot of the t-shirts and tutu’s in such a simple but gorgeous way that it immediately caught my attention.
Le Petit Society makes clothing for stylish kids. Their line is basic with fun discrete designs.
Jack and Sam were doomed to be my models. They usually like participating in a photo shoot, especially if the bonus for them is some time on the IPad (Oh my, did I just put that on paper?!). For me the bonus is having some brotherly-love pics to send to the family abroad.