Thursday, 13 April 2017

1940s Felt Turban collaboration with Rockagirl

I've been lucky to collaborate with some amazing people in the last few years, and the images from these collaborations always take my breath away.


Last year I worked with Polish pin-up model Maja, known as Rockagirl. She was interested in a 40s-inspired shoot, in collaboration with some other brands, and was taken by my previous wool turban.


I love how this turban looks in the burgundy colour, and with these outfits and the beautiful Rockagirl, it is simply stunning.


Collaborations can be a lot of stress, especially with my unpredictable work schedule as a work-from-home-mum, but I always end up feeling very proud of my work when it is displayed to such advantage.


I don't actually know anything about the location for this photoshoot, but the lines in he background complement the folds and grooves in the hat so beautifully!


When I return from maternity leave, it may be some time before I get back to doing much in the way of collaborations, since my time will be so much more limited, but I know there will be more eventually, because results like this can't be ignored!


This turban is currently listed in my Etsy shop, but remember that I'll be closing that for maternity leave very soon - in about a week, in fact.

This will be my last pre-maternity blog post too, so I'll see you when I'm a mother of two! Yikes.

Model: Rockagirl (FB: www.facebook.com/rockagirl, IG: @rockagirl)
Photographer: Joanna Mucha (FB: www.facebook.com/darcoalt, IG: jeanne_darco)

9 comments:

  1. Amazing photos! I adore the turban and the two burgundies look amazing together, really striking. And I'd never have thought to team burgundy and bright red but it looks really fab. xx

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  2. Love that turban. Wishing you and yours a Happy Easter.
    Marilyn and family

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    1. Thank you Marilyn. You too! I hope you had a lovely Easter weekend.

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  3. I love it! Such an elegant turban and the photoshoot is fabulous!
    The Artyologist

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    1. Thank you! I'm lucky to have such lovely photos of my work!

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  4. Wow! She is just stunning, and so is that gorgeous turban. Absolutely beautiful photographs, you must be so proud.

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    1. I really am! There's something very special about seeing your work through someone else's eyes, in terms of styling and the photos themselves too.

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  5. Fabulous turban, such a sculptural piece. She wears it extremely well and the photos are great. How exciting!

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