-Main Girl In Dizzee Rascals video 'Holiday' summer 2009 Ibiza
-Successful Model
-Successful Stylist
- Successful Dancer
-T4 channel 4 Fashion show Frock Me with Alexa chung and Henry Holland
-Vogue website-Model for a styling competition
-Worked for Playboy France: Paris/Alps/other locations
-Front cover of SNM Magazine Southampton
-Danced In some of the biggest clubs in the world, Ibiza, London, France
-Danced for a huge event in Lebanon summer 2009 Above and Beyond concert
-Last rounds of BNTM6
-Various Music Videos
-TV Shows
-Hair Shows
-Various promotional/model work N20/Eye- Candy/Mashed/Dazed Dancers-Models and Promotion
-Designing a fashion styling story book form of Fantasy and Fairytale
-Make-up artist work for Studios and Shoots
-Styling my own shoots
-Fashion Styling

Friday, 8 January 2010

Dirty Pretty Things: The Inspiration

In the new February ie of Vogue, we've paid homage to spring's trend for pretty goths. Goths in spring? Well, yes. The dark side of make-up has unexpectedly emerged on the catwalks, with velvety-white powdered faces, blood-stained lips, lashings of black liquid liner and layer upon layer of mascara. Case in point: Marc Jacobs, a forever-pivotal show, where inspirations were named as Martha Graham; the musical Cabaret and couture, theatrical make-up, to name but a few. Francois Nars, make-up artist extraordinaire, informed us that he and Marc, "wanted to surprise his audience with a graphic but romantic look. Dark lips and dramatic eyes are fun for spring because they are not obvious or expected". The key to this season? Throw out the rule-book and put experimentation on a pedestal.

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