Capturing the Sartorialist in action…

I know I have been AWOL for a while, and I will thank LDNBloggers for that! It is always a joy and struggle when you start something new!

Like this blog,Trendbridged! just sent me my 2nd birthday card, and it made me squeal like a teenage girl (not very different from my usual squeal!) I remember when I started TB, I was always out and about capturing images, cribbing how big the camera was and that I will never carry it again, and the day when it wasnt with me, I was cribbing why the camera is not with me!

My regular readers must know ,that it was Scott Schuman’s website The Sartorialist is what inspired me to start, and I had the pleasure and privilege of meeting him last year at Fashion Week.

In the 5 minute conversation (First 2 went in me finding my voice to say Hello!!) he said things which made me want to do more with He shared tips to click better images, what he looks out for in a shot, what lens he uses, that Garance was joining him after her Lunch before they head into a show, and how to KEEP ON clicking pictures to get better pictures!

That was the day I wanted to do so much more with TB!

Well this LFW I saw Scott walk past us (I was chatting with Yvan Rodic and The Sophie Lear of  Face Hunter and The littlest things) and I could not resist clicking him in action, only curious to see what the final image would look like. So here it is guys!

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And this is my picture of him clicking the above picture.

Work in Progress

Who inspires you to be better at what yo do? I would love to know!

I promise to post more..

Keep a look out,

Di xx


Monday Muse: Hedvig Opshaug

This stunning model turned Banker turned Fashion Blogger is a sure shot head turner!I am sure you must have come across her profile a gazillion time reflagged by various fashion bloggers, magazines,, and the list is endless.

Hailing from Norway, but living in London,Hedvig blogs her stunning looks on her self hosted blog: The Northern Light.

Shot by Tommy Ton for Jak and Jil, Mr. Newton for Harper Bazzar, and Jason Jean for Citizen Couture, this fashionista posts her looks simultaneously to most of these websites/magazines. Seen trotting between fashion shows, her style is casual chic with well structures garments and great combinations of combining colour and textures in a very urban and minimalistic manner.

Her looks are achievable yet, distinct, with many of her items used combined with staples to create various staple looks.One thing she can boast of ,with her looks is a sense of proportions, quality and complete looks, of course teamed with her favourite Ray-Bans!

Follow her many look on my pinterest Monday Muse link, by clicking here:Monday Muse.

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Images from: Here, here, here, here,here,here and here