Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Gok Wan discusses his SS15 collection for Tu at Sainsbury's and how he always thinks of 'his girls' when designing:


  We caught up with Gok Wan to discuss his 13th collection with Tu at Sainsbury's. The sassiest stylist on TV shared his top shopping tips with us, divulging who he thinks of when designing!

  Monochrome is key within his latest collection, with a strong focus on shape and form. Experimental graphic prints are a prominent feature with high necklines and raglan shoulders offering a bold Bauhaus-inspired silhouette.




WHAT WAS THE INSPIRATION BEHIND YOUR SPRING SUMMER 215 COLLECTION?

  The key word for this collection is 'confidence', this season it was all about creating a collection that was wearable, accessible and really clean cut. Letting the wardrobe do all the work for you and 
building confidence: so the shapes are slightly different to my previous collections. 

  I've split the collection into two this season: we've got our monochrome section with all the print, it's very clean cut and sharp but with contrasting heavy lines all over it. I used window pane checks, line prints and stripes! Then there's a softer collection which I'm calling 'yoga chic' which is slightly oversized sweats, beautiful soft grey marls. The texture from both is just gorgeous. I really wanted there to be a juxtaposition between the two collections so you can really find your confidence in a mixture of both. 

WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE PIECE?
  It's between two pieces, there's this monochrome striped twinset that I love, the older I get the more I crave simplicity in my designs and I just love the fact that all the line work is done for you: with the beautiful raglan shoulders which lengthen the neckline giving you a beautiful shape. I'm also obsessed with the fabric on this monochrome textured full skirt and top. When we found this fabric I was a real temptation to create a full suit in it, or to use it as a layering fabric on pieces but I wanted to keep it stripped back. The idea for the whole collection is that each piece does the work for you to give you that moment of confidence. 

DO YOU TAKE ANY INSPIRATION FROM THE CATWALK, IF SO WHO ARE YOUR FAVOURITE DESIGNERS?


  I'm a massive Acne and APC fan, I really like their simplicity. When I was younger and I started out styling I was slightly obsessed with Japanese inspired designs and going as avant-garde as I possibly could. As I've got older, I've started to really appreciate simple cuts, so I look at clothes differently as well through my perspective as a fashion designer, stylist and consumer and what I think Acne and APC do really well is clean cut tailoring which I admire. But there's also these little moments where they'll do something completely off the ball which allows us to know it's a designer piece. I really enjoy watching what they do and wearing a lot of the clothes myself. I think you can't help but take inspiration from the clothes you love.

WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE TREND FOR SS15?

  For my girls, this spring is all about texture. This can come through in print or fabrication. I think this will be something to watch for next season too as I think women want a little more fuss now and not necessarily through historical textures like tweed, it's all about new technology and new fabrication that wouldn't have been possible to create twenty years ago. 

  For me, it's all about o
versized, everything is getting bigger and boxier

AT YOU MAGAZINE, WE'VE ALWAYS LOVED HOW YOU EMPOWER WOMEN THROUGH THEIR WARDROBES. DO YOU EVER THINK OF A CERTAIN WOMAN, YOU'VE MET WITH A SPECIFIC PROBLEM AREA, WHILST YOU'RE DESIGNING?

  For the last 10 years I feel like I've been the luckiest stylist in the world. I've met women that have been so giving with their personal stories and I think every single time I dress a woman whether that's now on This Morning, where I'm dressing up to 10 women a week, or on one of my other shows, I learn something different from every person I speak with. Simply from them turning around and saying, "I don't like what this does to my ankle" or "I don't like what this does to my boobs!" There's obviously a common ground where women come to collectively, but every single woman will tell you something different.

  I don't think there's a particular woman in my head but there's definitely a body. My girls always have
 a broader shoulder, a fuller bust and a smaller waist. She's always got a tummy, always got hips and a thigh and I always think of her.

WHAT ARE THE KEY STAPLES EVERY WOMAN SHOULD HAVE IN THEIR WARDROBE?

  I think they change, years ago when I made TV shows about having a 'capsule wardrobe' everything was all about the trench coat and the LBD and I think that is still relevant but the problem is the moment you homogenise a woman's wardrobe, in a weird way, you're adding oil to fire. I think the capsule wardrobe is still there but its more of a unique approach taking into account the woman's fit and ensuring that it fits her age and confidence. 

WHAT'S YOUR BEST SHOPPING TIP?

  Embrace technology, use your phone to snap outfit photos whilst you're shopping. Try something on in-store, don't look at the picture and go for a cocktail or something to eat and come back to it later as you'll react so differently to the piece when you revisit the image.

WHAT'S YOUR BIGGEST SHOPPING MISTAKE?

Panic buying.

WHAT'S THE BEST BARGAIN YOU'VE FOUND?

I picked up a leather biker jacket from a charity shop in Glasgow years and years ago for £2.50 and I still wear it now.

WHAT'S THE MOST PRECIOUS THING IN WARDROBE?

Oooh that's too hard, that's like asking which child you love the most. I love my wardrobe. 


WHAT'S YOUR CURRENT CATCHPHRASE?

It changes constantly, it was 'bangers' it has has been 'gorgeous' for many years. Currently it's 'get me a drink!'

WHAT'S YOUR OPINION ON AGE APPROPRIATE DRESSING?

  My theory is, if you're a bird you've married, had kids, looked after the fella the first 40/50 years of your life have been so manic and chaotic and painfully hard that when the kids go off to university and the husband's finally chilled out this is your time!

  I don't think there's any such thing for dressing for your age, when I travel with work I'm constantly looking out for people who look incredible and recently I was filming in Florence and there was a woman who must have been in her mid-70s and she's one of the best dressed people I've ever seen. She was in head-to-toe trend and looked incredible. Fashion is all about enjoying yourself and expressing yourself as an extension of your personality, why would you ever want to limit that. 

QUICK FIRE QUESTIONS:

Comfort or couture - for me comfort, for everyone else couture!
Style or sass
Monochrome or summer-brights
Colour pop or colour block
Neutrals or neon
Plain or pattern
Great bangers or great bottom - both, noone can ever make me choose!


Gok's new collection will be available to shop in Sainsbury's nationwide from 3rd February.


Sarah-Rose Harrison

Monday, 26 January 2015

Fashion: Slacks to the max

 This season, you wear the trousers… from culottes to boot-cut flares
Masculine cut: Trousers, £355,3.1 Phillip Lim. Jacket, £89, Sister Jane. neoprene jumper, £35, Asos
Wide leg: cotton trousers, £35, River Island. Raffia Coat,£1,300, Avelon. long-sleeved Swimsuit (worn as top), £325, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi. gold-plated silver rings, £79 each, Sophie by Sophie. Shoes (just seen), £186, Tara Jarmon.
Wide leg: cotton trousers, £35, River IslandRaffia Coat,£1,300, Avelon. long-sleeved Swimsuit (worn as top), £325, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi. gold-plated silver rings, £79 each, Sophie by Sophie. Shoes (just seen), £186, Tara Jarmon.


Trousers, £45, Asos. cotton blouse, £165, YMC. Brogues, £195, 2nd Day.
Silk Trousers, £325, J Crew. Blouse, £255, and coat,£845, both Joseph. Shoes, £130, Senso,from Harvey Nichols
Silk Trousers, £325, J Crew. Blouse, £255, and coat,£845, both Joseph. Shoes, £130, Senso,from Harvey Nichols


Stockists
asos, asos.com
avelon, avelon.me
Coach, uk.coach.com
Dorothy Perkins,
dorothyperkins.com
harvey nichols, 020 7235 5000
J crew, jcrew.com
joseph, joseph-fashion.com
J Won, j-won.com
Preen, preenbythorntonbregazzi.com
River island, riverisland.com
2ND DAY, day.dk/uk
Sister Jane, sisterjane.com
sophie by sophie,
sophiebysophie.com
Tara Jarmon, 020 3445 0376
3.1 PhilLip Lim, 020 7591 1320
Tory burch, toryburch.co.uk
YMC, youmustcreate.com



Fashion editor Hannah Hughes
Photographer  Rahel Weiss
Fashion assistant Alisha Hockenjos
Make-up Kenneth Soh using Paul & Joe make-up and L’Occitane skincare
Hair Peter Lux using Bumble and Bumble
Model Idina at VIVA London
Producer Lucy Coghlan 

Get the look: Slacks to the Max

Love the new season trousers in this weekend's fashion story? Shop the look for less here...







                      Jacket, £52, Topshop                                  Trousers, £38, Topshop



        Shoes, £49.99, Zara                         Jeans, £22.99, New Look






Hannah James

Mood-boosting treat to beat Monday blues

Blue Monday - the bleakest day of the year, when the post-Christmas slump meets the festive credit card bills and that sinking feeling that our next holiday is eons away – feels like it comes around every Monday at the moment. So we were in need of a little mood-boost when we popped in to our local YO! Sushi for lunch.


Our local YO! Sushi


Luckily head chef Mike Lewis has come to grumpy workers' rescue with his Salmon Firecracker Rice (spicy sushi rice, salmon and Asian vegetables) - a dish that is both delicious and also designed to be mood-boosting because of the Omega 3 the salmon contains. And for those who are in can't-face-the-world hibernation mode, Mike is happy to share this simple pick-me-up recipe (see below). We took the lazy route with a booth at our local restaurant – where the Salmon Firecracker Rice was certainly a delicious treat on a chilly January week-day. And in any case, choosing colour-coded dishes off the whizzy YO! Sushi conveyor belt always perks us up!




 Salmon Firecracker rice (on an orange plate) is £3.90. Plus on this Blue Monday – and every day this week (until Sunday 1st Feb) – YO! Sushi will be putting smiles on faces by giving everyone who dines in a blue happy plate (such as a fluffy salmon Oishii bun) for free. For Ts & Cs and to find your nearest restaurant see yosushi.com @YOSushi


Salmon Firecracker rice


SALMON FIRECRACKER RICE 

Serves 4

Ingredients 
3 tbsp vegetable oil
200 grams fresh salmon, chopped 
1 onion, finely chopped
1 carrot, peeled and finely diced
1 red pepper, deseeded and diced
1 yellow pepper, deseeded and diced
2 garlic cloves, crushed
 4 tbsp frozen edamame, cooked for 5 minutes and shelled, or 4 tbsp cooked green peas
1 tsp toasted sesame oil
600g (1 ¼ 1b) cold cooked rice 
4 tbsp. light soy sauce
½ tsp freshly ground white pepper 
½ tsp shichimi togarashi (Japanese seven-spice chilli powder)
4tsp spring onion, finely chopped, to garnish

Method

- Heat a large wok or non-stick frying pan over a medium heat and add 2 tablespoons of vegetable oil. Allow the oil to heat up before adding the chopped onion. Stir-fry for 2-3 minutes then add the carrot, red and yellow pepper, garlic and edamame. Cook for 3 minutes, then remove the vegetables with a slotted spoon and set aside.
- Add the remaining vegetable oil, if required, together with the sesame oil. Add the salmon and rice, separating the grains with a wooden spatula so that there are no large lumps, and stir-fry for 2-3 minutes. Return the vegetables to the pan, tossing and stirring to mix them thoroughly with the rice and gently breaking any larger salmon pieces. Pour the soy sauce along the edge of the wok or pan, season with the white pepper and shichimi togarashi and stir to mix well.

- Remove from the heat, divide the rice into 4 equal portions, garnish with the chopped spring onion and serve.

YO! Sushi tip
- It’s best to use light soy sauce so as not to discolour the vegetables and rice. If you only have the dark variety you may need to add a pinch of salt.
- Fried rice is a quick and delicious way to use up leftover cooked rice and whatever vegetables you find in your refrigerator. Do remember that it works much better with cold rice, so if you are making this dish fresh, be sure to let the rice cool down before you fry it.

Friday, 23 January 2015

Fashion Video : Behind the Scenes of this weeks shoot


video


Ormonde Jayne: A Perfume Profile

There is nothing more personal than perfume and it was with that I went to Ormonde Jayne, just off Sloane Square, for a ‘Perfume Profile’. The idea of a perfume profile is to see which scents immediately appeal to you and based on the result you get matched to a perfume from the range.

Set up by Linda Pilkington, Ormonde Jayne is a direct result of Linda’s two loves; travel and scent. As a young girl Linda used to mix her own perfumes and create her own scented candles and it was this that got her, her big break. A friend asked her to mix a candle for a Chanel store and it was such a success that they ended up ordering fifty. Spurred on by this achievement, Linda now owns two boutiques and her perfumes and candles are stocked in Harrods.

Linda Pilkington



One of the beautiful shops

















As soon as you walk into one of her boutiques Linda’s style is apparent; you are presented with champagne and handmade truffles - the perfect way to start this truly luxurious experience! The first stage of the profile involves your perfumer guiding you through a series of scents starting from the light to the dark. They include Jasmine, Pink Pepper and Hemlock – yes the poison! Ormonde Jayne is the only perfumer in the market to use this deadly oil (can’t think why!) You can choose as many as you like as it takes a few of these scents to make up a perfume.

The generous extras! 

With our list of likes and dislikes, Emmanuelle our perfumer, went off around the shop picking up perfumes that would match our selection. With a handful of bottles to try we sniffed and sniffed until our favourites emerged. Then with your two choices (or three if you really can’t whittle it down) you do a ‘skin test’. It is amazing how much the scent changes on your skin, and our clear winners suddenly didn’t seem so obvious. The perfume in this place is impossible to resist and we both walked out with a bottle and a tester, just in case we regretted our selection!

The perks of the profile! 
One of the gorgeous perfumes 





















I would highly recommend this experience for anyone who loves perfume and values scent as it is very a bespoke experience and I guarantee that you won't be able to resist treating yourself to one of the stunning perfumes! 




Rosie Smythe 

Wednesday, 21 January 2015

WE LOVE: Orwell & Austen Cashmere

£174.99

Jumper season is well and truly upon us. We don’t know about you, but we’re struggling to pull on anything other than chunky waffle or cashmere knits on these cold, wintry mornings. And with even colder weather predicted, we can’t imagine that changing any time soon.


£169.99

So it was with glee that we stumbled across our new cashmere crush, Orwell and Austen via their InstagramFashionable cashmere sweaters can be eye wateringly expensive so we were pleasantly surprised by Orwell & Austen’s relatively affordable prices (around £150).

£124.99

When you consider that their pieces are crafted in Nepal – a region famous for cashmere – and printed by hand, the prices seem all the better. Add to that, the sweaters are light as a feather while still retaining their warmth, and Orwell and Austen’s knits are fast becoming our everyday staples.

 Clare Geraghty

David Beckham curates a springtime wardrobe for H&M:


 David Beckham has extended his partnership with high street retailer H&M, curating an edit of his favourite pieces from the brand's spring collection; adding to his successful Bodywear collection.

 The former England Captain's edit comprises seasonal menswear staples, such as a linen blazer, perfect poplin white shirt and denim jacket. Packaged as "Modern Essentials Selected by David Beckham," the collection will be launched in stores and online worldwide on the 5th March. With Beckham enthusing that "each piece is a new wardrobe classic that will update every man’s spring wardrobe with great style."

 Go behind the scenes on the campaign with director Marc Forster (director of Quantum of Solace), in the short film below where Beckham tells you more about the pieces he's picked and see the edit donned by the man himself.



Sarah-Rose Harrison

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

Behind the Shoot: our seventies inspired Thailand fashion story

WHERE: POINT YAMU BY COMO, PHUKET THAILAND

WHAT: Believe it or not this week’s main fashion story with its distinct seventies Miami feel was in fact shot in Thailand! The Phuket instalment from COMO hotels and resorts, the luxury brand behind the likes of Parrot Cay in Turks and Caicos, offers a very stylistic take on the Thailand luxury market and offered a perfect setting for us to showcase the best of cruise collection trends.
See the full main fashion story here….
Situated on the eastern tip, Point Yamu offers unparalleled 360 degree views of the Andaman sea and the dramatic limestone of Phang Nha Bay. The lobby, restaurants and bar are all open spaces (no walls or windows along external walls) so you never neglect your setting. 

The vision of Italian designer Paola Navone pairs modern thinking with traditional artisan craftsmanship. Within the communal areas, each space has been carefully crafted to carefully balance the two influences. Our particular favourite was the Buddhist inspired installation in the lobby, contrasted by the almost industrial pillars in grey and orange, a creative merging of styles. 

THE ACCOMMODATION: In addition to the pool area we also shot in a Pool Suite, the interiors of which are a striking contrast to the rest of the hotels crafty and intricate design. The totally white palette is refreshing and perfectly complimented by your own turquoise infinity pool- with panoramic views guaranteed from any of the 27 suites.
The piece de resistance of these suites has to be the bathroom! The rich royal blue mosaics, natural woods and white ceramics entitles the guest to feelings of complete Zen, the extra-large free standing bath, pure perfection!

INTERESTING FACT: Phang Nga Bay on which the hotel looks out upon included hundreds of island, most of them forested, uninhabited and ringed by coral reefs making for excellent cruising, diving and exploring. Furthermore, the hotel is pretty isolated so it is unlikely you will bump into another ‘tour group’ on your ventures, which adds to the sense of hidden paradise and off-roading we all strive for in exotic locations.

WHO GOES THERE: Celebrities with good taste! Bambi Northwood for example spent her honeymoon here in February last year.
TRAVEL INFO: Approximately 40 minutes from Phuket airport by car, the starting rate for a Suite is from THB 16,500 per room per night to THB 63,000. Find out more here: http://www.comohotels.com/pointyamu 
Lucy Coghlan

Monday, 19 January 2015

Coleen Rooney discusses her love of the 60s and how they inspired her 13th collection for Littlewoods.com:


 Coleen Rooney's Spring/Summer collection for Littlewoods.com launches online today. Referencing the Swinging Sixties her 13th collection for the online retailer features classic peter pan collars, boxy shapes and high hem lines: the navy bib dress is a favourite on the YOU magazine fashion desk!

 We caught up with Coleen on the eve of the launch, where she shared her favourite pieces from the collection, the most precious piece in her wardrobe and her style icons:


WHAT WAS THE INSPIRATION BEHIND YOUR SPRING/SUMMER 15 COLLECTION?

 I wanted to design a collection, which was trend-led, easy to wear and exactly what you need from your New Year wardrobe. I've included a great transitional coat, long-sleeve dresses, layering pieces and staples. There's colour to brighten up your winter wardrobe and a real attention to detail in this collection which make the pieces extra special. Of course, I cannot deny the 60's influence in the collection - 60's shapes flatter my figure so they've always been a favourite of mine.

WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE PIECE FROM THE COLLECTION?

 I love the dogtooth matching shorts and top set. Monochrome is such an easy trend for you to try for SS15 and this set's really cute and a little different.


 THIS IS YOUR 13th COLLECTION FOR LITTLEWOODS. HOW DO YOU FEEL YOUR STYLE AND APPROACH TO DESIGN HAS DEVELOPED SINCE YOUR FIRST?

 I am definitely more confident in my approach to my new collections. I know what works and what doesn't, what customers really love and therefore want to see again. I am braver with my choice of colours and more adventurous with prints. As I have grown up, I have become more confident in my style choices and this carries through into the collections. Ultimately though, I have always wanted my collections to be approachable, to provide women with key pieces they need in their wardrobe that are easy to style and that they'll come back to again and again.

DO YOU TAKE ANY INSPIRATION FROM THE CATWALK, IF SO, WHO ARE YOUR FAVOURITE DESIGNERS? 

 I do look to the catwalks for inspiration and have embraced the monochrome trend that is coming through for SS15 but I do not follow trends just because they are in fashion, they have to work within the collection. My favourite designers are Balenciaga, Stella McCartney and Saint Laurent.

WHAT'S YOUR TOP FASHION TIP?

 Wear what suits your body shape and what you feel comfortable in.

WHAT'S YOUR STYLE STAPLE FOR SPRING/SUMMER?

 I love having a go-to dress that's really versatile. I think the zigzag dress in my new collection is perfect for this as it can be dressed up with heels and glam hair and make-up but works just as well with sandals and your hair quickly tied back in a bun.

HOW LONG DOES IT USUALLY TAKE YOU TO DECIDE WHAT TO WEAR?

 Normally I have no time in the mornings as I'm running around after the boys. For things like the school run it's a case of grabbing what I see first. That's why it's actually easier in winter as I can through a coat over anything and still look smart. If I have a special occasion to plan for e.g. the Races I can take months to look for something if I have the time. Otherwise if I know I have an event to go to I'll always plan my outfit the night before.

WHAT'S THE MOST PRECIOUS THING IN YOUR WARDROBE?

 I love my Chanel bags, they're timeless and I couldn't part with them.

WHO ARE YOUR STYLE ICONS?

 I always say that Audrey Hepburn is a style icon of mine. Her style was so sophisticated and classic. Recently I am a fan of Blake Likely and J-Lo - they know what suits them and have developed a signature sense of style that works.

QUICK FIRE FASHION QUESTIONS:

Heels of flats
Party dresses or playsuits - It depends on the occasion but I love a party dress
Jumpsuits or jeans
Statement jewellery or minimal jewellery 
Monochrome or neon
Colour block or colour pop


Sarah-Rose Harrison

Fashion: 70's remix

The daring decade returns for 2015. Here’s the modern way to work the look... 
Suede Jacket, £895, Rag & Bone. Silk Jumpsuit, £1,180, Sonia Rykiel. Sunglasses, £125, Marc by Marc Jacobs. Bag, £129, Radley.Shoes, £225, Rebecca Minkoff, from shopbop.com.
Suede Jacket, £895, Rag & Bone. Silk Jumpsuit, £1,180, Sonia Rykiel. Sunglasses, £125, Marc by Marc Jacobs. Bag, £129, Radley.Shoes, £225, Rebecca Minkoff, from shopbop.com.
Laminated tweed Blazer, £269, and Shorts, £129, both Hobbs. Sunglasses, £202, Wildfox. Silk Scarf, £245, Jonathan Saunders, from Liberty.gold-plated Ring, £125, Uribe, from start-london.com
Laminated tweed Blazer, £269, and Shorts, £129, both Hobbs. Sunglasses, £202, Wildfox. Silk Scarf, £245, Jonathan Saunders, from Liberty. Gold-plated Ring, £125, Uribe, from start-london.
Jacket, £35, Dorothy Perkins. Silk Shirt, £685, and bag, £970, both Chloé. Faux leather Skirt, £59,Biba at House of Fraser. scarf, £14.99, H&M. Gold-plated rings, from £125, Uribe, from start-london.com
Jacket, £35, Dorothy Perkins. Silk Shirt, £685, and bag, £970, both Chloé. Faux leather Skirt, £59,Biba at House of Fraser. scarf, £14.99, H&M. Gold-plated rings, from £125, Uribe, from start-london.com
Cotton Blazer, £645; cotton t-shirt, £130, and bag, £425, all Coach. Jeans, £195, MiH. Sunglasses, £150, House of Holland. Sandals, £440, Roberto Cavalli.
Cotton Blazer, £645; cotton t-shirt, £130, and bag, £425, all Coach. Jeans, £195, MiH. Sunglasses, £150, House of Holland. Sandals, £440, Roberto Cavalli.
Cotton knit top, £141, Autumn Cashmere,from Trilogy. Leather skirt, £1,240,and leather bandana (worn as belt), £620,both Gucci. Watch, £129,Daniel Wellington. Shoes, £495, Bally
Cotton knit top, £141, Autumn Cashmere,from Trilogy. Leather skirt, £1,240,and leather bandana (worn as belt), £620,both Gucci. Watch, £129,Daniel Wellington. Shoes, £495, Bally
Denim shirt, £365,Karl Lagerfeld. Leather and suede Skirt, £383, Emma Cook. Bracelet, £875, Chloé. Bag, £260, La Portegna. Shoes, £495, Bally
Denim shirt, £365,Karl Lagerfeld. Leather and suede Skirt, £383, Emma Cook. Bracelet, £875, Chloé. Bag, £260, La Portegna. Shoes, £495, Bally

Stockists
bally, bally.co.uk
chloe, 020 7823 5348
daniel wellington, danielwellington.com
dorothy perkins, dorothyperkins.com
emma cook, emmacook.co.uk
gucci, gucci.com
h&M, hm.com
hobbs, hobbs.co.uk
house of fraser, houseoffraser.co.uk
house of holland, houseofholland.co.uk
karl lagerfeld,020 7439 8454
la portegna, laportegna.com
liberty, liberty.co.uk
marc by marc jacobs, 00800 7234 5600
radley, radley.co.uk
Rag & bone, 020 7730 6881
roberto cavalli, store.robertocavalli.com/gb
sonia rykiel, soniarykiel.com


Fashion Editor Hannah Hughes
Photographer Thomas Fredrikson
Fashion assistant Alisha Hockenjos
Hair jamie mccormick at Eighteen Management using Aveda
Make-up jose bass at Eighteen Management using Chanel S 2015 and Chanel Body Excellence
Model isabel d at New Madison
Producer Lucy Coghlan
Shot on location at Point Yamu by Como, Phuket. The YOU fashion team stayed at the Indigo Pearl, Phuket, Thailand; rooms start from £490; indigo-pearl.com