With the British weather being it usual unpredictable self, we are all unsure on what to wear for this odd season.
Colour blocking is huge this season, with so many retailers providing a rainbow of colours for us to Block, it does get you thinking about what to do with all this colour in our wardrobe.
Luckily if you are a fan of the this trend, you need not worry, as a hint of the S/S 2011 trend will be showing up for A/W 2011.
With A/W Catwalks having a hint of the Colour block trend coming through. you too can be Bang on Trend, by mixing nudes, tans and browns with a hint of Brightness from your colour block wardrobe.
By mixing key items into this look, such as a coloured bottom, with also coloured accessories, you can make the dull winter trends look bright and cheerful all the way through till next S/S 2012 :-)
So, I was hired as a stylist by thee amazing photographer Sendu Bala, to create this A/W 2011 trend on a beautiful model from premier model management, as always, I like to push the boundries, so mixing designer with highstreet was my key to this shoot.
Contacting a client of mine ''Amy George'' of http://www.amygeorge.co.uk/, who creates stunning bespoke handbags & Jewlerey designer's Latimer Couture, which I felt complimented the overall look.
Using some of my own designs, the perks of being a Fashion Designer as well as a stylist, to create this mix of Designer and Highstreet.
With the amazing Make Up artist Joy Adenuga on board, the beauty looks carried on the trend of a natural bronzed look with a hint of colour, which worked so well with my styling, and complimented the overal look.
So here are the final pictures from our shoot, I hope you enjoy these, because I sure did love this shoot :-)
Well done to the Team:
Styling: Myself (Joey Bevan)
Photographer: Sendu Bala (www.senduphotography.com/)
MUA: Joy Adenuga (www.joyadenugamakeup.co.uk)
Bags: Amy George (http://www.amygeorge.co.uk/)
Jewellery: Latimer Couture (http://web.me.com/ricogusman1/Latimer/Home.html)