Posts Tagged ‘Sarah Reygate’

Zeynep Tosun AW14 Show – Consultancy and Styling By Me.

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014
Make Up: Sarah Reygate
Hair: Toni and Guy
Production and Casting: JN
Music: Dan Lywood for Playlister

Zeynep Tosun SS14 Show

Sunday, September 15th, 2013

Ewelina In The Opening Look.

I was brought in this season to consult and style for Zeynep Tosun, a very talented young Turkish designer, who I believe has great potential.  So much so, that I have blogged about her before and been inspired by last season’s fantastic show.  I have been to Istanbul twice this month, thoroughly enjoying the creative process of working with Zeynep and her team on fabrics, moods, designs, then music, silhouettes, running orders and casting.

I felt so confident in how beautiful this collection is, that I wanted to bring in my A Team of Talent, to 360 produce and realise a beautiful show, matching Zeynep’s talent with our’s.  Therefore, I brought in the fantastic JN Casting team to cast our models, Ben Bridgewater and Dan Lywood from Playlister to create the music and gorgeous Sarah Reygate to head up the make up team.

Here are some images from our lovely show, hope you like them!

Definitely a Personal Order Piece!

Such a Gorgeous Summer Dress.

Hannah Rocking In Pink.

Daisy, Daisy, Give Me Your Answer Do...

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An image from the gorgeous collection Lookbook for Hilda Maha AW12 I Styled.

Monday, May 21st, 2012

Hilda Maha AW12 Lookbook Styling.

Photographer: Bill Georgeoussis

Stylist: Tamara Cincik

Make Up: Sarah Reygate

Hair: Antonio Deluca

Assistant: Liam Eastwood

To see more please take a peek at my website’s commercial section, thanks!  x.

A Delicious Slice of London Life Styled By Me For Harper’s Bazaar China Shoot Out Now

Monday, May 21st, 2012

Portia Freeman and Roman looking gorgeous in House of Worth, Pringle, and more plus some ridiculously fabulous high end jewellery.

For more of this shoot, please take a look at my website.

Photographer: Alan Gelati

Stylist: Tamara Cincik

Hair: Antonio De Luca

Make Up: Sarah Reygate

Assistant: Liam Eastwood


Glittery Glamore…

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012

Out take Beauty

Sometimes it really is the shots the magazines decide not to run: either they don’t feel they fit the theme, or perhaps they are too risky, or not enough: whatever the reasonings, across my styling career, it has frequently been those privately cherished precious shots which readers of magazines I have worked for never got to see.  That’s what is great about the exposure of a blog and the worldwide web: now we can share what we who were on those shoots loved, and be sure that it is seen…

Photographer: Alice Rosati

Stylist: Tamara Cincik

Model: Hanna Putz

Make Up: Sarah Reygate

Hair: Antonio Deluca

Jewellery Piece: Erickson Beamon

3 Supermodels and on Day 4, The Lovely Hanna…

Thursday, February 2nd, 2012

Hanna P. Behind The Scenes: From Yesterday's Shoot with Alice Rosati

Taken from Alice’s Blogette:

I’ve had the best of work weeks, shooting Eva Herzigova, then Erin O’Connor and then Yasmin Le Bon, slightly overawed by their beauty and their down-to-earth loveliness: you know how when work is the best of fun and the best way to spend the day (bar cuddling my baby boy of course!).  Those shoots were for Corduroy the fantastic independent magazine from the States created by Peter Ash Lee, and whom I shot Lily Cole and Sir Ben Kingsley a few months back for the last issue (out now).

The day after the Yasmin shoot, it was another vibe entirely: ping-pang hot colours on the edge of the east – Hackney Wick – my version of the end of the world; albeit one filled with artists and wind chimes for a shoot with Alice Rosati and Hanna P, with Angelo on hair and my dear friend Sarah Reygate painting colorful eyes on a winter’s day.  The story is out very soon, hope you enjoy this sneak preview.

Snow Siege Glamourama Inspirations

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

While I work out the looks, poses and how to look intriguing, rather than just bulging at the seams, for my soon to be revealed ode to how to looking like the stylist I am while growing week on week, as I am now 5 months pregnant, in the true spirit of diversion, here is a sonnet of love to all those Winter Wonderland inspirations, primarily gleaned from my quintessential top five favourite film list: David Lean’s epic and gloriously beautiful ‘Dr. Zhivago’.

This film has seen me through so many epochs: from childhood Christmas holidays, to litmus tests with boys, to snowed in in New York, through to New Year’s Day two years ago, when I needed some TLC, unaware that life was about to change forever…  I have been building up for another sitting: that’s the glory of the modern age – dvds which you can switch on, off, pause, choose; rather than trying to sit through a film en famille on Boxing Day, when your mother and grandmother would rather discuss whom in the film used to be married to whom and what to do with the garden next Spring…

So here is my litany of timeless Winter inspirations, to show why capes, cossack collars and (fake!) fur trimmed cloaks are year on year a jaw-gasping choice to entertain the glamour of our snow-sieged hearts, eyes and escapist imaginations.  Having just been bought the most delicious vintage red cape (thank you so much my darling Juicy aka Sarah Reygate, for Christmas – perfect for bulge explosion pregnancy stark glamour, mixed with Red Riding Hood playfulness methinks!), from Mary Portas’ beautifully decorated spanking brand new Living and Giving Shop (109 Regent’s Park Road, Primrose Hill, NW1), which was designed by my old friend Kate Monckton (once the best and most helpful pr in London, now a one to watch interior designer: , it seems fitting to hark back to true style and show a gallery of glamspirations, perfectly (like red capes) suited to bright white snowy days and misty, dark nights.

Geraldine Chaplin arrives back from Paris to Moscow; at the train station in all her glorious Parisienne couture.

This utterly gorgeous colour combination of pale pink with soft grey, marking her time spent learning the art of glamour in Paris – perfection.

Too much is just enough.

The scenes with Lara (Julie Christie), when Yuri (Omar Sharif) falls in love with her, coincide with front-line on the Eastern Front during WW1, then the revolution and thus the colour palette shifts to utilitarian taupes, khaki and earthy tones.  Echoing images from Soviet stark propaganda, these are then wholly practical: woollens, tweeds and furs, yet utterly romantic.

Julie Christie showing how blonde on blonde is always beauty.

Lara an Yuri arriving at the Summer House.

Genius art direction, or how to make sunny Spain and wax look like freezing Russia on ice.

Elizabeth Taylor showing how to rock a mono cape and hat look at Heathrow Airport in The VIPs

The VIPs, directed by another great of British cinema, Antony Asquith and based loosely on the true story of Vivien Leigh’s attempt to leave Laurence Olivier, is another film where each outfit is jawdropping in its chicly cut simplicity: stuck at an airport as fog stops all flights, somehow fabulosity never leaves the room, while scene on scene Elizabeth Taylor shows the value of cut and shape, aligned with perfect taste.

Hooded perfection in The VIPs.