October 14, 2013
One day a few months ago I met with Laura Mathis, an acting teacher, and mentioned how I would like to do a photo shoot with a model wearing my jewelry. But I wanted the model to be a "real" person. She suggested a gal she knew and introduced us through an email. Well, being the small world that it is, I already knew Lila Dewindt, District Manager for Arbonne cosmetics, a photogenic "real" model if ever I saw one.
So I made a date with Lila and photographer extraordinaire, Anthony Richardson, for them to come to my home for a photo session.
We had such a delightful time. I had sent Lila pics of the jewelry I wanted to photograph and she brought lots of great clothes so we would have choices of necklines, colors, etc. for the jewelry. She even had a vintage Chanel jacket in the mix. With each click of the camera, I thought: Elle magazine, watch out!
Here's two of the many great pics from the shoot. Thank you Lila!!!
Does having a "real" person as a model for clothing and accessories inspire you more than a high fashion model?
October 15, 2013
What a brilliant idea. I know Lila too!
April 06, 2017
September 28, 2016
The luminescent glow of Ivory has been prized across the globe since ancient times for creating beautiful objects. I have just created a collection of pieces with lovely white beads that glow with the patina of ivory, but are made with humane and responsible fair trade practices. The material is BONE.
March 04, 2015
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