It’s a common misconception that fashion photography is all about the clothes – but without the right knowledge of lighting, composition, camera gear and posing, even the most incredible haute couture can look lifeless. As a beginner fashion photographer, you’ll need to balance both the normal elements of photography with the life and energy of a model and their clothing.
The fashion industry, previously synonymous with everything but sustainability, have risen to the challenge and are making waves with the array of sustainable style options available. Bamboo is the key ingredient in this movement, with more benefits than you may think.
Introducing designer Caroline McCulloch from FRANKiE4 Footwear who has been saving soles since 2011. As a Podiatrist and Physiotherapist she has built a shoe empire that is taking over the world one step at a time. We had the chance to sit down with her to discuss her latest collection, what's next and the best part of working at FRANKiE4 (it involves dogs!).
There seem to be life hacks for every part of our lives these days, with online video tutorials teaching all kinds of helpful tips for improving efficiency and productivity to millions of couch potatoes around the world. Of course this means that there are life hacks for fashion too, which is great if you want to look good but don’t have a lot of spare cash. Try these five fashion hacks for size – and style!
If you haven’t bought a pair of jeans for a while, take some time to study the various shapes (or fits as they are called in the jeans world) and pay attention to both the leg length and the rise (the distance the jeans go towards your waist). Don’t just buy the first pair you lay your hands on, or worse, buy it without trying it on!