Posted on December 07, 2016
We had our cameras were at the ready last November as we headed down to South Studios near Dublin city centre as we got our Scribble And Stone fashion shoot under way.
We had some amazingly talented people on set with us on the day, and everyone really came together in combining their uniquely creative skills to create a fantastic showcase of some of the latest products Scribble And Stone has to offer.
Our exceptionally elegant model Angelika Tomasiak served as the perfect muse to display our latest range in the mid 19th century Dublin studios.
Angelika was impeccably styled by the ever talented stylist Carolyn Moore, who really encapsulated the 1970's era feel we wanted to go for by draping Angelika in perfectly suited and uber stylish retro garments.
We also had the skilled Lisa Smyth on hand for hair and makeup, who maintained an ever steady hand during the cold November studio conditions, ;)
It was so rewarding to see how everything came together so well on the day, and really exciting to see how the entire process unfolded from the initial conception to the finished product.
We felt like we were in safe hands with photographer John Lalor at the creative and production helm, who alongside his assistant Simon Walsh ensured that the utmost care was taken throughout the entire shoot, with every light and shadow being meticulously calculated, and every perfect angle being captured.
John also provided a sleek and stylish dark blue 1976 convertible for the shoot, which really added authenticity to the overall vintage feel on the day.
Really excited to announce that the shoot will be published in The Irish Times magazine on December 10th, and of course all of the pieces modelled by Angelika are available to buy through our website. :)