It is a busy time for me with exams and a big presentation of my concept for the final collection in front of the jury in school next week. These days my every-day clothes are all shirts and trousers, like a boy, in black and white, cause colours are distracting in the atelier. I have to prepare my concept for a photoshoot of my bags collection and I continue with my stylist job, too: trying to produce at least one editorial every one or two weekend….I wish I had time for a little Christmas shopping and booking a ticket to visit my aunt and uncle’s family in Warsaw, Poland… but like always, I bet I will leave it until the last minute. 🙂

Today I want to share with you an editorial we did in Versailles.

I take it from the boys again. All the classics. Straight cut trousers and shirts, with pearls and bow ties accompanied with the looks which I made myself, vintage vests from my boutique and borrowed from my male make-up artist.

It was sunny a day in Versailles (yes we’re lucky at this time of the year), we did this shoot with Masha Drazic, a gorgeous Romanian girl from Mademoiselles Agency.

With its endless, magnificent gardens and architecture, Versailles is a perfect place for shooting extravagant gowns. However I think it is a dream to have a little girl strolling across these beautiful gardens in clothes borrowed from boys. There is always a certain attitude when a girl puts on menswear. She is more confident, nonchalant, and seductive. I always feel more comfortable in menswear, and I think Masha was that day too. She did an amazing job with her movement, her eyes, her poses. Everything did not feel like acting…it was nonchalantly beautiful.

Hope you enjoy the photos 🙂


Photos by Anh Huy Pham.

Make-up: Viet Cuong Hoang

Styled by me.

Masha was wearing: look 1: cream blazer and trousers from Mimi Vesper Boutique, pearls by Mimi Minh / look 2: Tuxedo shirt and slacks from H&M, silver color bow tie necklace by Mimi Minh.







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