fashion photography

fashion photography

Sunday, January 26, 2014
• 7:34 PM •

Laura Baldwinson Photography

laura baldwinson photography

laura baldwinson photography

laura baldwinson photography

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I was very excited when I found out I’d be shooting with Laura Baldwinson after seeing her amazing portfolio. Laura’s aesthetic is edgy, creative and fashionable. Some of these shots were achieved using a photography technique known as freelensing. I quite like the out-of-focus effect, don’t you?

Thanks to Laura, I’ve been motivated to get back into the game of fashion, blogging and photography. I’ve been in and out of the loop ever since starting this site back in 2011, so this is not to say that this blog won’t be on hiatus in the future. I do what I want to do, and right now this just seems right. If you like my work, feel free to subscribe via bloglovin’ or add yourself to the mailing list in the sidebar of this page.

Since I just got a new hairdo, I’ll be shooting a more elaborate creative with Laura this week! Stay tuned.


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Monday, August 26, 2013
• 2:30 PM •


topshop graphic dress and DIY leather pencil skirt 1

topshop graphic dress and DIY leather pencil skirt 2

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topshop graphic dress and DIY leather pencil skirt detail

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Photography of Rendering by Anna Katycheva
Topshop graphic print dress | Perforated Hand-made Pleather Skirt | Aldo Black Leather Slide Chunky Sandals

Imagine walking into an isketch or AutoCAD file – modern structures with clean lines and solid greys contribute to this theme of 3D rendering. The techy motif on this dress from Topshop flows well with the modern scene.  I would say that in both fashion and architectural design, I am very modern at heart. Victorian-style buildings and gothic art just aren’t my thing – that’s why you’ll never catch me wearing a lace corset.

Great job to Anna on this photo shoot. Anna loves photographing architecture, and she’s been meaning to shoot the Place des Arts space for awhile now. I was happy to collaborate, as I absolutely love the results.

I am proud to say that the skirt I am wearing in these photos is entirely of my creation! This was my very first sewing project. I decided to go with a simple pencil skirt and chose this super cool perforated stretchy faux leather. I’m excited to come up with new projects to feed my expensive fashion habits. You’ll be sure to see them in future outfit posts!

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– D

Monday, July 22, 2013
• 6:38 PM •

Katherine II

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Photography of Katherine II by Daura Lee

Above is a portrait of my long time friend Katherine.  I haven’t much to say about this one other than the fact that she pulls off the “delicate young lady” very well. Sultry eyes and naturally disorderly waves are a part of Kath’s charm.  What better way to bring out these feminine characteristics than with a floral blouse?

As I’m not much of a fan of greenery in a photograph, I decided to completely remove natural colours from the background and give the center stage to more cold colours and accentuated highlights.  What I enjoy about this photo is that it displays Katherine’s natural beauty in a more surreal environment.

On another note, the 13th annual Festival de Mode et Design de Montréal (Fashion and Design Festival) is on its way! I’m looking forward to a program organized and coordinated by fashion designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac himself. The Montreal fashion community is ecstatic about his new position as honorary chairman for FDF and the show will no doubt prove to be impressive. If you’re in Montreal, be sure to come by for the runway shows and events on McGill College from July 31st to August 3rd.  I’m personally looking forward to “Fantomes” by JC de Castelbajac, the high-heel race and the unveiling of the Jacob “35 ans de chic” anniversary dress.  You may view the entire Fashion and Design Festival schedule online.

Have a good week!