London Fashion week

All in the eyes. I photographed the multi talented Paris born Julia Restoin-Roitfeld who began working as a graphic designer. After doing some excellent work for Jean Paul Gaultier, Luella and more, she spread her wings into photography and even a lingerie line.  Julias work extends from stunning design to photography and art direction for the likes of Rock & Republic, Max Mara, Marina Renaldi and consults for many other stellar clients such as Miu Miu and more.

All in the eyes. I photographed the multi talented Paris born Julia Restoin-Roitfeld who began working as a graphic designer. After doing some excellent work for Jean Paul Gaultier, Luella and more, she spread her wings into photography and even a lingerie line.

Julias work extends from stunning design to photography and art direction for the likes of Rock & Republic, Max Mara, Marina Renaldi and consults for many other stellar clients such as Miu Miu and more.

I had the pleasure to cover London Fashion week for LFTV. I provided photographic and presenting coverage. I shot a few great catwalks shows including John Rocha's New Gen and Ziad Ghanem's show at the Vauxhaull fashion scout venue. I also interviewed British Fashion Councils Gemma Ebelis as well as the very talented Jewelry designer Jordan Askill amongst others.

The stars were out in full force to see the new collections. I caught up with Yasmin and Simon Le Bon and also spotted Boy George at Ziad Ghanem's Show.

 I must say that I rather enjoyed shooting both on and off the catwalk as I found quite a few style gurus and international media exercising great fashion sense. One great example was the use of candy for accessories by way of licorice all sorts as worn by British presenter Jameela Jamil of T4. 

You could say that a carefully orchestrated dance of journalists, bloggers, photographers, make up artists, stylists and designers and fashion connoisseurs performed in this grand stage in London this year. It was a great experience to be amongst them capturing what would be "my take" on the well organized event.