A year ago me and Kristofer had some fun running around the woods, carrying lots of stuff chased by mosquitos. It was the most amazing spring day and seeing these pics makes me happily realize that there will be some green soon even though we have been really short of it in Sweden so far. I bought every item in the pictures second hand for less than 500 SEK (except for the white chair, that one is from Ikea) and that was the whole idea, no need to go big budget every time. So with these photos I kindly ask – Spring bring it on!
Styling by me, photo by Kristofer Johnsson
Please meet absolutely amazing floral designer, writer and stylist Amy Merrick. Based in New York with so many inspirational things going on. A perfect dream for a rainy day like this one.
Via Tant Johanna with thanks
A sneak peek of a mini still life school (created by me & captured by Kristofer) now featured in the new issue of iPad magazine Trendenser. For 3 more examples and some ideas to think about when creating your own still life, go here. Thanks for great co-operation, Frida!
Styling by me & photo by Kristofer Johnsson
Have a good one!
Styling by me, foto: Karl Andersson, published in NK Stil
Here´s a sneak peek from what I did for NK Stil for the Spring issue. It´s a members magazine so if you didn´t get it in the mail you can also get a copy when visiting NK.
Photo: Karl Andersson, styling by me and much valued help from Lina Törneman
With no ranking of the two, here is the second example of what has been so great to see over the past weeks. Josefin Hååg of 20 Kvadrat, who is now doing what I did before by enjoying an internship with mentor Lotta Agaton, has both styled and shot some really nice pics while playing around with Lotta´s props. I am so convinced that Josefin will be one of those stylists that we will see in the magazines not far from now as she has got that touch and drive that you so need. A talent I can´t wait to see more of. And as I have turned out to be a slave for details myself I love to see how things get better each time. Go Josefin!
Styling and photo by Josefin Hååg
I want to take this evening to celebrate some fellow bloggers and stylists that are as myself fairely new in the business. As I now know what hard work often is behind the most simple picture I especially appreciate when good things happen to good people and the two examples I´m giving are a pair of just that. It is always a combination of several things – location, photographer, stylist, circumstances, light, time and many other challenges- and just because of that a good result is impressive and fulfilling to see. Emma of Emmas Designblogg has styled these pics for a restaurant in Copenhagen and the result is very invigorating. So inspiring to see people around you making their way – go Emma! This will be the first celebration of today.
Styling by Emma Fexeus, photo by Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen