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So happy to take pictures of my friend Claire for her recent post on Camille Styles… check out how to do this braid plus see a few more photos here!
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I had the privilege of joining a very talented group of ladies for this year’s Austin Fashion Week Mash Up. We shot our beautiful model on serene Lake Austin at my cousin’s family dock house. It was such a crazy, early sunrise morning that was interrupted by an unexpected but amazing rain shower! We could only submit ONE photo to the contest but here are some of the others that were favorites as well as the photo we submitted. You can vote for us HERE and help us win :). See below the post for all the great vendors that collaborated.
Hair: Naomi Richardson
Makeup: Tiffany Schwedland
Clothing: Katie Friedman for Solid Gold Academy
Jewelry: Raven + Lily
Stylist: Candice DePrang
Model: Gena Peterson
I had so much fun helping my friend Claire with photos for her recent post on Camille Styles. We styled the amazing garment rack she made with a combination of our clothes and shoes. Good thing we are both obsessed with neutrals so our wardrobes matched :). Be sure to check out Claire’s “Transformed” segment on Camille’s blog it’s pretty awesome. You can see more photos and how to make the garment rack plus many more DIY’s!
Here are my favorite shots from the Noonday Collection Spring shoot! Beautiful products from all over the world and such a serene spot for the shoot. Learn more about Noonday here and see the full Spring look book.
Here are a few of my favorites photos as well as products from the fashion shoot I did with Noonday Collection a few weeks ago at Haddington’s in Austin. It was such a fun day of colliding worlds– stylists from Madewell (where I work part time doing visuals) and Noonday Collection (just started helping with graphic design) and even knew our sweet model from T Bar M Camps (a home away from home).
Noonday Collection is connecting artisans all around the world with opportunities to have jobs crafting and designing products to help them get out of oppressive situations. The products are then sold in the states through ambassadors that tell their stories and have fun trunk shows. See more about Noonday here.