Today I had a great day visiting the National Museum of Art, Nationalmuseum. They had an exhibition called “Pride and Prejudice” that’s worth seeing. I just wonder why all these extremely talented women has been so forgotten (and still are in some ways) until today. It’s a truly genuine sad.
But, the show must go on and tomorrow I’m working with my dears sister S. We are shooting the designers Lee and Astrid of V Ave Shoe Repair. We are shooting them at their studio were they do all of the designs. The portraits will be published at Odalisque later this winter, accompanied with an interview by Marie Brunnberg :) Sandra is shooting the portraits and wonderful Jessica Silversaga is shooting an editorial for us, I will be working on that shoot as well!
Today I went for a tiny shopping round with my archeology friend Adrian. He works at the Royal Castle and tonight they are having a staff party, and since it’s almost winter here in Stockholm he really needed a jacket to put over his suit. First of all we went by the Whyred sample store on Drottningatan, Adrian didn’t find anything, but I did. I bought a navy knitted polar neck sweater. Perfect for cold days like today :) I love navy blue and often combines blue and black in an outfit, even though most people wouldn’t.
Here are some of the images that Anna shot of model Sofia Boman from Mikas. I did the hair and make up and some of the styling. We shot it at this beautiful (but apparently very private) garden that Anna found at Södermalm here in Stockholm. Most of the outfits are Chinese and Japanese vintage. We had a great day shooting outside in the nice weather surrounded by flowers and trees, I really enjoyed working with such a beautiful girls as Sofia. My absolutely favorite picture is the one of Sofia behind the tree that is covered with ivy, the one in which she has tiny blue flowers in her hair. Oh, and I love the one with the big flower patterned dress! For her lips I used my favorite lipstick of all time, Black Orchid from Make up Store.
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