Anyway, the photographer I worked with is called Aya Sekine - some of my very long time readers may recognize her name, as she's same photographer that I did a So-en shoot with, (featured on this blog a long while back.)
The stylist is also a familiar name: Nao Koyabu (also from the So-en shoot) who put me in these gorgeous items! I love the fact that she has a real penchant for vintage (you'll notice quite a few items stocked from Beyond Retro - one of my favourite places to visit in London) and unique/ one off pieces. And she likes ankle socks, which is always a good thing!
On another tangent, isn't it amazing how small the world is sometimes? Nao has been featured several times on Polka Dot Street Style Jill's blog, for her amazing personal style. You can see one of the posts here..
This shoot holds quite a special resonance for me, as all the shots were taken in my Grandma's home. My Babi's (Czech for grandma) flat is one of those amazing places that feels almost like a time warp - from an ornate antique rug to genuine sixties chairs and an original iconic Beatles lamp. There's always plenty to look at and use as inspiration!
I think my favourite outfit was the pleated pink dress with the little bolero and flower headband - a great colour combination.
I've found myself loving dusky pink colours at the moment, so I wonder if this influenced that feeling at all?
Copyright: Aya Sekine & Nao Koyabu
Thanks to Select Model Management
Edit: Sorry, I've had to crop quite a few of the photos so they fitted the blogger template. Apologies!
Oh, and also - these photos are completely 'au natural'. I'm wearing absolutely no make-up.. I've just noticed how much shorter my hair iwas too!