In the early summer I got together with two of my loveliest creative friends, Lucy Fehr and Katiekat, to do a bit of shooting together. I had been in discussions with them both about co-modeling and so we thought it would be a good idea to do something all three. So I got to model alongside both of them, which was tons of fun 😀 We have such great chemistry so everything just flowed and the photos turned out wonderful!
Here are two of them to start with 🙂 Photographer for the first one is Lucy Fehr and Katiekat is my co-model (she also did the editing on this one) and for the second one it’s the other way around! Lucy’s and my dresses are from Black Milk Clothing, my corset is from Viola Lahger and my nail armour is from Myril Jewels.
Thought it was high time I posted something on this blog ^^ Here are some shots from this year’s first photo shoot, with Natalie G Sundling of course. We did two sets, but I can’t show you the first one yet since it’s going to be published in a magazine later this fall 🙂
Anyway, enjoy these portraits!
Corset: Viola Lahger
Latex bolero: Maebelle Latex
Latex gloves: All you need is Gloves
Hair sticks & earrings: HairJems
A couple of weeks ago I did a new shoot with my girl Natalie G Sundling. I had some new latex from Westward Bound that needed to come out and play as well as some pretty jewellery and accessories. Here’s what we came up with!
Photo: Natalie G Sundling
Latex: Westward Bound
Gloves: All you need is Gloves
Jewellery: The Crypt of Curiosities
Hair clips: Hysteria Machine
On a completely different note, I was also nominated for a Liebster Award by Asylum Attendant a while ago. Although I haven’t been to answer the questions yet, I happily accept it and will try to complete it as soon as I can! ❤
Last weekend I finally got to shoot with Belinda Bartzner – Photography again! We’ve been planning on shooting for several months now, but our schedules haven’t really matched. But now she came up to Stockholm for one weekend and we found the proper time 🙂 We did two shoots, one with the red latex dress from Naucler Design that we shot last fall (but then the camera got stolen..), and the other with lots of black latex from Maebelle Latex.
Here are some behind the scenes shots for you, hope you like them 🙂
A couple of weeks ago I met up with the awesome Belinda Bartzner – Photography for a shiny gothic photoshoot. It was so much fun and the pictures came out sooo perfect, in spite of the fact that my effort of curling my hair was all in vain (five minutes in the wind and there was not a curl left). Unfortunately, the world will probably never get to see them. You see, right before she was heading back to her home town, some asshole broke into her friends car and stole her camera. Complete with all the memory cards containing pictures from the shoots she had done while here in Stockholm! I can’t believe the nerve of some people >_<
So it looks like we’ll be re-doing the shoot the next time she’s in town. I don’t mind it, but I am a little scared that we’ll never be able to nail some shots as perfect as the last time.. But we’ll do our best!
Until then, this is the only photo you will get to see from that shoot. Her friend and assistant took this picture, I’m wearing Naucler Design, All You Need Is GL<3VES and a necklace from The Crypt of Curiosities.
By the way, we had planned to send the finished images to a magazine for submission. That is still on our minds, so if there’s any alternative magazine out there who likes this preview and already feels they would like to publish the new set (when it’s been shot, of course), please let me know!
The lovely and incredibly talented lady over at Vanyanís is holding a giveaway where you can win a gorgeous necklace! There are several ways to enter so you’ll be given a fair chance 🙂
I love these kind of necklaces, they’re so stylish and elegant. And I can use them to practically any outfit! But my favourite kind of outfit to use it for would probably be a classy long latex skirt pair with a somewhat elaborate black overbust corset. Then the necklace would really pop and it’s glory would show off perfectly.
And by the way, you should all go and visit her website for more lovely creations 🙂
Things are pretty slow at work right now so I’m allowing my brain to relax a bit and feel creative. Funnily enough though, I’m feeling more creative when it comes to cooking and creating recipes right now than when it comes to photoshoots. I guess it’s because I’ve gotten so many wonderful ideas these past months that I need to get them out of my system before I can come up with new ones. Soon I hope to tick some of the boxes though, since I’m waiting for an outfit and some jewellery to arrive. And I’ve also got some accessories that needs shooting.
I’m really looking forward to set some dates with photographers 🙂
But speaking of outfits, I payed a visit to my corset maker, Viola Lahger, yesterday to discuss a new baby. We decided on a model and the embellishments, but we were left with that difficult question of colours. I know I want soft pastels contrasting to each other, but after that I’m stuck. So we decided that she would go fabric hunting for me and I gave her a list of colours that I like ^^ I’m confident this new piece will be wonderful and I can’t wait to shoot it in the fall 🙂
And while we’re on the subject of corsets, I afterwards met up with a friend to go to a local Victorian picnic. It was great to meet so many wonderful people in gorgeous outfits, eat cakes and talk about everything and nothing. I was happy to see so many wearing lovely corsets, even though it did make me cry a bit inside to see some younger girl wear theirs not only upside down but backwards too.. I can understand that one might put on an underbust upside down – hell, I’ve done that myself a few times when not looking properly! But overbust styles? I’m sorry, but that’s really beyond me..
Anyway, I had planned for a truly epic outfit with my steampunk corset, but I ran out of time and couldn’t finish it. My plan B failed due to extreme heat, so in the end I settled for a nice basic summer goth outfit with one of my favourite corsets.
Last week I had a shoot with a new photographer, Linda Florin. We decided on sort of a fetish/goth theme with latex and a corset, which was quite interesting considering it was one of the hottest days all summer 😛 But I quite like how it all turned out and I hope to shoot with her again some day 🙂
In April last year I did my first photoshoot with photographer Capsicon. The theme was Victorian Gothic and it did turn out quite good 🙂 I got a huge bunch of pics and unfortunately I can’t fit them all in one post. So these are my favourites, send me a request if you want to see more 🙂 Corset from Viola Lahger, of course.