Congratulations to Leonie and Louis, who celebrated their marriage with a beautiful natural wedding in Cornwall. Leonie is wearing the Bustle Back Lace Shift dress by Suzannah, available here. We are thrilled to share these gorgeous images, photographed by Andy Herrara. More images from this special day can be found here…xx
I am probably one of The Sartorialist’s biggest fans.
Having spent three of the most recent years of my career trend spotting for high street brands and luxury
fabric mills, I have used this as one of my bibles. As I know do so many others in the industry.
Such a simple tool to capture so well the chicest street style and small moments of natural chic from
the worlds fashion capitals.
The menswear is as significant to me as the womens.
I love the proportions, and the character and the theatre
brought about by personal styling. Some people, so unaware of just how ‘perfect’ they are looking, and how beautiful an
image they have created for others to appreciate.
I spied a coat of mine on there, worn by a lady whom I’ve never met, but who owns the family business Imarika
which is a beautiful fashion store in Milan. She has worn it with effortless style, and has attracted nearly 200 comments for this Sartorialist entry.
What great news that my Petal Sculpt dress pulled top prize at the style awards for Ladies Day at Aintree last week. Thats a better result than winning any each way bet on the horses! Here’s the article from, plus a picture of the winner, Sophie Fairclough with Colleen. Always knew it was a favourite!
Fashion news….Suzannah ‘Petal Sculpt’ Dress wins Style Award at Aintree….
Journalism student Sophie Fairclough 20, from Formby, won the Style Award at Aintree at the weekend dressed in a striking silk emerald green dress by London based label Suzannah. She accessorized the dress with Christian Louboutin heels and a matching bag. (Judges included fashion legend Jeff Banks) Designer Suzannah Crabb said ‘Sophie looks amazing in my dress – she really deserved to win’.
Sophie won a new car, worth £12,000, a 10-day holiday to Barbados for two and a photoshoot at a top London studio as well as £200 to spend in Cricket and a goody bag from Benefit.
The stunned student said: “I’m so happy. I’m so shocked. “I put a lot of effort into getting ready for Ladies’ Day and had intended to enter the Style competition but I didn’t think that I would win’
The five finalists had been picked out of 1,900 entrants on Ladies’ Day by judges, Sheree Murphy, Emma Johnson, Ricky Whittle, Colin McAllister, Justin Ryan, Justine Mills and Lorraine McCulloch and designer Jeff Banks.
Banks said: “It’s almost got a retro 1950s look. “The emerald green colour is what everyone is predicting for 2011, so Sophie is ahead of the trend.”
The tulip petal sculpt that Sophie is wearing is from £385 and available in scarlet, champagne (pictured below) and black at http://www.suzannah.com