Every one has heard of the flawless Kate Moss. Well here's her gorgeous thirteen year old sister Lottie Moss in her first ever professional photo shoot. After being seen as one of many bridesmaids, Lottie was immediately hounded by the media after her older sister Kate recently got married this past summer. She was shot by Andrea Carter Bowman and her modeling skills appear effortless. I'm sure Kate is very proud to introduce her sister to the fashion industry.
Thursday, December 22, 2011
Sorry for not posting in such a long time. I'm getting used to using my new camera and have been busy working as much as possible. However, I am all registered for Winter/Spring classes! Very exciting. Here are some photos of what my past few weeks have consisted of.
Sick for a couple days, and Nick brought me these.
Spent 2 days in Maine visiting family. My aunt bought me a pair of Uggs.
$25 at Marshalls
$9.95 each at H&M
$6 at H&M
Crappy outfit picture.
Built this with my little sister.
Candy cane bark for our Christmas Eve party we'll be having on Saturday night. Crushed up candy canes were put all over the top of the melted chocolate and let to harden for 30 minutes.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
If anyone has ever read The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, I am sure you are just as excited as I am to know that the new movie comes out in 2012! (starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, and Toby Maguire.) I think Carey Mulligan is an absolute perfect fit for Daisy Buchanan and to get me even more excited, I stumbled upon W Magazine's January cover and there she is! The shoot is not for her new Gatsby film but instead for her new movie Shame. In Shame, Carey plays a sex-addicted, troubled young woman in search of feeling complete again in some way. The shoot is lovely and Carey is gorgeous and perfect for her upcoming vintage female roles.
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Happy December! Although, with the gorgeous weather, it has felt more like autumn than winter. Last night, Nick took me to see the play 'Peter Pan' for my birthday. We both enjoy the movie (well, all the movies, remakes, books, etc) so we were both excited to see it. It was excellent! They were very creative with the way the actors and actresses were capable of flying and the stage was viewable from all 360 degress! Our seats were perfect. I had the most wonderful time. If you are ever given the opportunity to go see this play, I would highly recommend it for people of any age. Kids will love it and there is some underlying humor for adults as well!