Back in October I had the pleasure of styling the look book for London-based, Australian designer Amy Sia. Amy is a really talented designer who hand-paints beautiful abstract designs in watercolour, scans them into her computer and manipulates them in photoshop. The result is a vibrant blur of colour and a cool blend of hand-made and digitally altered pattern. She puts her prints on everything from cushions to iPhone covers to scarves to bedding. For this shoot I styled Amy’s cushion collection, a mad riot of colour that was in stark contrast to the rough and worn finishes of the chosen location.
(Shoot photography by Jon Day)
And some behind the scenes tidbits from the very cool location in South London. My daughter Ella was my assistant for the day and clearly had a bit too much fun…
And a rare shot of me, having a moment with the Queen. We used a small version of this same print in Amy’s shoot last year, so we decided to leave her out this time around.And chilling in the jungle room.