More Christies: Before the art ball I came across Aaron Smiths work which I really truly loved. I am a sucker for historical dress and I am pretty much fanatical about colour… So when it came to dressing a young, energetic and all around lovely person like Robert Sheffield  for the ball the only inspiration could be  painter Aaron Smith’s “Prince” (above).

Website to the artist linked above, and you can also find him on tumblr http://mucksnipe.tumblr.com/

I recently designed the costumes for the Adventure in Wonderland Ball held by the Reuben Foundation to raise money for London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital. An outside marquee was transformed into a magical wonderland forest, we made the waiters into card soldiers, the Hatter had a teaparty and the Cheshire Cat jumped from peoples plates and up to the giant suspended moon thanks to Shaun over at Prickimage. Guests included Joan Collins, Eliza Doolittle, Zaha Hadid, James Blunt and Princess Beatrice amongst others.

Press The Evening Standard, Mail Online, Hello,

Director Garrett Moore * Production Designer Francesco Pastori

Art Director Helen Haywood * Costume Designer Annike Flo

Hair and Makeup: Farida Ghwedar

Costume design assistant Sarah Mercade, Costume Makers: Danute Daienie, Charlotte Rose, Silje Ødemotland, Georgina Rose and Holly Wilkinson

Photography by Helena Abraham

Updates, LFW , Immersive events and Design illustrations...Crazy 6 months

My tumblr was meant as an easy way of giving updates on my projects while trying to sort out my long suffering website. The last 6 months has been so crazy I haven’t even managed to update here either.Lets face it it could be worse.  A massive backlog of projects  to update but lets start from the beginning  with two of my designs for a very special Immersive event I co designed for one of Londons most exlusive clubs/ a pretty exciting fashion magazine’s LFW party.  The event was based on Lewis Carrols Through the Looking Glass.

 Co-Designers Martina Trottman and Susan Kulkarni.

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