The (Sydney) Magazine // APRIL 2013

You beauty! My feature on the challenges, history and ultimately game-changing rise of multicultural models in Australia is out in the April issue of The (Sydney) Magazine. The brilliantly enigmatic Jessica Gomes, Samantha Harris and Shanina Shaik talk catwalks, stereotyping and bullying… WHEN they were at school, Jessica Gomes and Shanina Shaik were bullied. They … Continue reading

Formal millinery storms the US, Daily Mail NYC // 30 May 2011

My piece for Daily Mail NYC… (or read the piece with lots of pretty pictures at MailOnline) The days of doffed caps and feather bonnets are long gone, but now a new breed of formal headwear is paving the way for a glamorously decorative barnet. From the svelte form of a ribboned band or a … Continue reading

Float and Bandage by David Yeo // 15 February 2011

London-based photographer David Yeo has been busy. Along with covering London and New York Fashion Weeks, shooting for Vogue, Vanity Fair and Style, featuring in Melbourne-based Faint mag and a host of other international publications, he’s been dipping his toe into the brave new world of videos. True to his eccentric ways, David’s short videos … Continue reading

London Fashion Week, Faint Magazine // 5 Jan 2011

It’s September. The end of another all-too-short bright and sweaty summer in London. The first fresh pinches of autumn are beginning to creep into the mornings. A number 6 double-decker sweeps by and dissolves into Aldwych’s curved, theatrical lanes. A camera flash pops and a tall, androgynous girl giggles. The streets – these streets – … Continue reading

Is that corn you’re wearing? National Geographic Green

The Autumn edition of National Geographic Green magazine hits doormats over the next week or so. In it, pp. 34 – 41, I explore the truths behind natural fibres in fashion and whether their synthetic counterparts are the devil incarnate as many presume. Is that corn you’re wearing?

Fashioned from landfill, London Evening Standard

Tesco launches a designer collection fashioned from landfill. And I am forced to model one of the dresses. London Evening Standard, 1st March 2009

Lost anything? Lost luggage art, London Evening Standard

Designers Orsola de Castro and John Teall create art, including a fabulous wedding dress, from the contents of lost luggage at Heathrow. London Evening Standard, 17th September 2009

Recession-chic fashion, London Evening Standard

A London designer launches a range of bags and accessories made from Virgin hot air balloons and old Eurostar uniforms. London Evening Standard, 28th August 2009

Sew your own, London Evening Standard

Environmentalist John Paul Flintoff takes to the streets of the capital to promote home-made clothing – he once made his own outfit of stinging nettles. London Evening Standard, 19th August 2009