Beauty Editorial Special for Design Scene

A beautiful soft springtime colour palette of blues, purples and whites featuring lace and tailoring, accented by both diamonds and pearls.   Photography by Benjamin Kaufmann Styling by Nicola Drew Make Up by Barrie Griffiths @ Frank Agency Hair by Colin Gold @ Arts Dept. Agency, New York Model Liz Thompson @ Premier Models, One…

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WEBSITE LAUNCH

http://WWW.NICOLADREW.CO.UK MY WEBSITE IS NOW LIVE Freelance Fashion Stylist available for catwalk, editorial, look book, personal and artist styling as well as set design, location scouting and artistic direction. http://www.nicoladrew.co.uk

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Wish You Were Here for L’officiel Baltics

Wish You Were Here Published Fashion Editorial in L’officiel Baltics Shot on location in Brighton & Hove Photography by Paul Farnham Styling by Nicola Drew Make Up by Emma Miles @ Caren Agency Hair by Lewis Pallett @ Eighteen Management Model: Suza Bonnaire @ Titanium Management  Stylist Assistant: Amelia Shankster Special Thanks to Black PR,…

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Lost in the Woods for Design Scene

Lost in the Woods Published Fashion Editorial in Design Scene Magazine Shot on location in Blackheath, Surrey Photography by Benjamin Kaufmann Styling by Nicola Drew Make Up by Emma Miles @ Caren Agency Hair by Asahi Sano @ Caren Agency Model: Alice Stoner @ Established Models Assisted by Kristina Kostenko Special Thanks to Dyelog PR,…

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DAPPER MOBSTER MAGAZINE

Influence explores the effect that social media has had on the fashion industry delving deep into fashion culture and talking to the people that work in the industry and live the culture. Featuring interviews from up-and-coming model Tash Parker, UK grime artist Reece West and teenage fashion entrepreneur Freedom Doran.

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Riona Treacy AW19 London Fashion Week Presentation

Beautifully tailored, and impeccably styled clothing for the elegant, understated and functional woman. Riona Treacy’s AW19 collection drew inspiration from the working woman’s apron. Referencing the marbling patterns on bank notes, and the metallic tones of coins, the collection acted as a story of the modern working woman. Created both for her, and about her, Treacy aimed to build a collection that could take the wearer from office to evening seamlessly.

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SOLSTICE MAGAZINE

Drawing inspiration from Tennyson’s poem, The Lady of Shallot, created through silhouettes of picturesque aesthetic combined with rich romanticism, a prevalent trend of the 1830s; She imagines herself living inside the idyllic world shown to her through the mirror but she is imprisoned within the confines of the lake, cursed to always be part of the landscape but not of the landscape diminished by nature, forever entangled. 

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