Vice: Dream Makeovers

Dream Makeovers for Vice VICE: “For this shoot, we asked a load of people on the internet what they’ve always wanted to be. Then we told them to come to our office so we could turn them into that – be it a goth, a trekkie or a human doll. Finally, we had a walk around and asked strangers whether our makeover recipients looked better before or after, kind of like that show Snog Marry Avoid, but in reverse and without that annoying computer thing.” See the full shoot here Photographer: Holly Falconer Stylist: Kylie Griffiths Makeup: Michelle Dacillo Hair: Elvire …

Matthew Williamson Escape Lookbook

PS15 Escape lookbook See full shoot here Styling: Matthew Williamson art director Georgie Macintyre Makeup: Lisa Potter-Dixon Hair: Louis Byrne Assistant: Alex Craddock Shot at: Leica Studios, Mayfair  

Drag Goddesses Project

My new project on female drag queens has been featured on Vice, with a fantastic article by Nell Frizzell… “9 AM on a Sunday morning is for the walk of shame or going to church. But for the female queens of London, it’s a time that straddles both; the foundation-smeared, grotty beauty of a morning creep home, and the towering feminine performance of your Sunday best. Which is why I find myself in a studio beside a stagnant canal in Dalston watching eight women becoming drag queens—all faux fur, glitter beards, sprayed wigs, thick powder, and blushed on breasts. The atmosphere isn’t …

The Final Curtsey for Phoenix magazine

new work for Phoenix magazine – see the full shoot here In 1958 the last “proper” British debs were presented before Queen Elizabeth II, when a record number of 1,400 girls curtseyed to her. It ended that year under pressure from palace advisers that the rite was out of touch. These debutantes were about to enter the swinging sixties – how did they feel about taking part? Photographer: Holly Falconer Stylist: Jaclyn Bethany Models: Jess Houghton at Next Model Management, Lucy Chappell at Storm Model Management, Lydia Graham at Models 1 Hair: Elvire Roux using Bumble and bumble, Makeup: Michelle Dacillo …

Phoenix magazine: The Sisterhood

New work for Phoenix magazine, see the whole shoot here. Mia Farrow was born into Hollywood royalty: her father was a successful Hollywood director, and her mother an actress – most famous for playing Jane in the Tarzan films. They had seven children, and Mia grew up with three sisters: Prudence, Stephanie and Tisa. They were born lucky – and on the edge of hugely influential adulthoods, acting, modelling, film producing, teaching, writing… and becoming the namesake for the Beatles’ song “Dear Prudence”. Their teenage years were peppered with tragedy however, with their brother Michael dying in a plane crash …

Vice: Candy Crush

New work for Vice Candy Crush. See the full shoot here. Photographer: Holly Falconer Stylist: Kylie Griffiths Graphics and illustration: Toby and Joe Evans Photographer’s assistant: Alex Craddock Photographic lab: Labyrinth Photographic Hair and makeup: Lydia Warhurst Models: Gemma, Lola and Patrish at Profile