Monday, February 7, 2011

Behind The Scenes on The Graduate shoot

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Take one epic location

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Add racks full of clothes (with a make-shift shade device thanks to my kawaii Japanese plastic picnic mats)

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Shoes impossible to walk in in the best of times, let alone in sand dunes

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A talented team of make-up artists and hair stylists (Thanks Vanessa Collins and Byron Turnbull)

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A photographer with mad skills (Thanks Jessica Klingelfuss) Not to mention two of the most babealicious models on the planet (Thanks Lydia from Viviens and Yifan from EMG)

And what do you get?

One hell of an editorial!!!
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The Graduate, celebrating the future of Sydney fashion over at On The Streets Of Sydney.com

Thanks to all the UTS and Whitehouse students who participated in our shoot; Karima Hazim, Annikia Pol, Jacquelyn Wellington,Vinh Huynh, Jacqui Braks and Nerida Bourne. Contact details for all designers are listed on the site.

Special thanks goes to Contributing Stylist Emily Fang and my two Styling Assistants Samnang Sou and Vanessa Low (who took all the behind the scenes images for me).

22 comments:

  1. Looks amazing!

    Conrgats to a great team and job well done!

    Bel xx

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  2. Wow cool pics! i love those tan boots! i want them!

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  3. Very cool pictures!

    Please stop by the Mrs. Press giveaway at: http://www.young-sophisticates.com/2011/01/mrs-press-giveaway.html

    It's super easy to enter & only open to Australian residents.

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  4. It's a cool location. Spook shot their editorial there not long ago right? By Elvina Mae?
    AND - LMFF Black Dress have just shot this years images there haha

    Good work though!

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  5. Wow - incredible location!! It looks absolutely stunning.

    Hey did I see you in Refern at lunch time today? I was racing for a caffine fix at Cafe Ella - but I thought I saw you (or a doppleganger perhaps?).

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  6. Beautiful editorial! Love the horizon shots, and the hair&mu.

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  7. I think this would have to be my fav pic from the shoot...all are gorgeous tho.
    The sand dunes look amazing.
    Rx

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  8. I just discovered your lovely blog. I'm just new into blogging & have just finished off my own blog on fashion & interior design.
    http://scrapbook-melissah.blogspot.com/
    I had a lot of fun putting it together maybe you would like to check it out if you have a spare minute.
    x
    Melissah

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  9. The photography is amazing, the location is amazing, the styling is amazing and the clothes are amazing. Overall an amazing outcome.

    I too am a Whitehouse student, and love seeing the talents of emerging designers.

    Well done to all the Graduates on their hard work, dedication, creativity, talent and skill. You should be very proud of your efforts. The clothes look stunning.

    Miss Bias
    www.missbias.blogspot.com

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  10. Love how you tell the story of the shoot, what a fantastic end result

    Sleekit x

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  11. Well styled Hayley, it's nice to watch your work progress over time :)

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  12. Fabulous, and I love the Japanese picnic mats, they're very natsukashii!
    Love your green dress from the other day too. It's been ages since I visited, looks like you're going great guns!

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  13. It looks amazing, fantastic work :)

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  14. You guys are such a talented team, these pictures look AMAZING!!!!
    Awesome idea for a shoot

    x T

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  15. Beautiful pics, I love the summer. It's winter here. Great blog you have!X

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  16. It really looks amazing! What a fun thing to work on x Sushi

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  17. those shoes are gorgeous!
    and the photo from the editorial looks bloody amazing

    x

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  18. My god, you guys have done such an amazing job!! The asian model is breathtaking, she looks otherwordly, I love it!

    Congrats!!

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  19. I <3 Blush! I wish it would be more normal to wear that much blush out in the daytime and it would be fashion instead of crazy!


    Karina
    http://missdiscoball.blogspot.com/

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  20. I love the shoot location!!! amazing result.
    I really like ur blog, and u lucky girl live in Sydney, my fav city in the world :)
    xx

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