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Louise Dahl-Wolfe

83 Bermondsey St, London SE1 3XF, UK
A Style of Her Own.

Her photographs are renowned all over the world. Her portfolio includes photographs of people, iconic portraits, Hollywood stars and fashion photographs made especially for Harper's Bazaar magazine (and other magazines like Vogue, Vanity Fair etc.). Hard facts, Harper's Bazaar published 600 of Louise's photographs in colour, 86 front covers and more than 3,000 b&w photographs. The Fashion and Textile Museum gives people the opportunity to see a fraction of her work including some of the most famous magazine covers, portraits and fashion photographs. Definitely worth a visit!

British Fashion Awards 2017

Kensington Gore, Kensington, London SW7 2AP, UK
Let me take you to the fashion's night of the nights. On this Monday's night (4.12.2017), the Royal Albert Hall in London was filled with an immense number of successful people from the fashion industry and with all the fashion lovers who came to celebrate the talents, achievements and fashion icons. In a nutshell, a night not to be missed. 


Cromwell Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW7 2RL, UK

How many times have you heard the cliché "I want to work in fashion because I really like fashion"!? Probably like hundred times, right? I have said it couple times too before I actually realised that the reality is different.
Before I came to university, my idea of future was me having a glamorous fashion career in London or New York. (The Devil Wears Prada and Sex and the City had a massive impact on me back then I guess). I clearly had no idea what sort of realistic career in fashion I would want. It was just my interest, I did not come across anything fashion-related in high school, I had no portfolio, so on and so forth. But at least I had something to enjoy as a teenager. But let's face it, your teen dream of being another editor of Vogue is slightly unreal.

Christmas Mood?

London, UK
November has just begun and I have appeared in a café at the airport to get my regular cup of coffee before my flight. I am sitting next to the main corridor and looking at the busyness of this place. But something is different this time. It is the music in the background. It seems like it is socially acceptable to put the Christmas music playlist once the calendar hits 1st November. Yes, all the famous Christmas carols and festive songs. To be completely honest with you, I am a bit sceptical about getting in the mood for Christmas now. Growing up in a country where Christmas season for me was mostly indicated with the first snow as well as with the first Sunday of Advent, it is hard to get into the mood now. There is no snow. Okay, I must admit that it is freezing cold outside, but it is still not as cold as during proper winter. However, it has all changed when I had my last sip of coffee and Coldplay’s song “Christmas Lights” started playing. My all-time favourite song. It never feels too early for this one. So suddenly I look around and wonder where all these people go?