Month: March 2014

1940’s Tribute

Please enjoy our third styled shoot of 2014. This 1940’s theme was modeled after Jen’s (the designer) grandmother. One had to adapt in the 40’s due to wartime rationing.  In the early 1940’s women’s skirts and dresses became shorter to save on fabric, as a […]

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Porcelain Doll

Our porcelain doll is so fair with her crystal blue eyes, alabaster skin, and fiery red hair. Designer: Jen Bell of Discarded Couture Hair & Makeup: Erin Bradley of Beauty & Style by Erin Bradley Model: Charlotte Wood Photographer: Christiane Bouvier Rose Return to portrait […]

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The Doll Behind the Glass

These images are my absolute favorite from our styled shoot Friday afternoon. We were moments away from calling it a day when these gems were created. We literally had blood, sweat and tears go into these ones, as the designer accidentally cut herself on a […]

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Elana

Elana and I had a great time at the park Friday afternoon. We had a few curious onlookers, kids asking us what we were doing and one child even told us to get out of his way, which needless to say, made us both laugh […]

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Glamour and Style

The Second World War left women craving for glamour, style and swathes of fabric where scraps of material had once existed.  Dior’s full skirted and waisted designs fulfilled all the early dreams of the feminine woman in the early 50’s.  As a new, more liberated society […]

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