Thursday, December 16, 2010

Neptune's daughter

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New swimwear editorial up at On The Streets Of Sydney.com. My first ever swim shoot, which was a daunting task, but I think it turned out really well. My inspiration came from the 1950's film Million Dollar Mermaid about the life of Annette Kellerman, an Australian swimmer, film and stage star who propelled to fame and notoriety in America thanks to her daring swimming costumes. She starred in the 1914 film Neptune's Daughter, which is where the title of the shoot came from. Take a look at the shoot and let me know your thoughts xxx

Thanks to my fab team:
Photographer: Jessica Kingelfuss
Hair & Make-up artist: Megan Harrison
Models: Blair from Priscilla’s Model Management and Rhianna from EMG Models
Styling Assistant: Emily Fang

12 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!!! Love the whole theme everything works together beautifully!

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  2. Just checked it out on the site and you should be very proud Hayley! The styling is great and I loved the playfulness of the dual above and below the surface shots.

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  3. I'm in awe! This looks amazing!

    I'm also pretty sure you have me convinced I need a big floppy black hat for this summer! I found one at Rubi Shoes for $10 that I think I need to invest in!!

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  4. Amazing! The shots all look great, and the styling is gorgeous.

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  5. Choose the type of bathing suit that you want to wear wisely. You will find a variety of styles, shapes, colors, prints and stripes designed to meet your discerning tastes. Swimsuits are also created to make you feel comfortable with your body while at the beach or just wanting to have a good tan. There are lots of designer swimwear that are available in the market today which would perfectly fit on you for sure. Thanks for sharing!

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