Wednesday 29 July 2015

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Photographer + Sam McIntosh | Sam Elsom, Photographer Sam + Arabella | Sylve Colless
Hair + Makeup Artist Luciana Rose
Sam wears Saint Laurent suit and shoes | Arabella wears Ellery | Bobby wears Mamapapa

Mr Sam Macintosh

It takes a generous fellow to let you shadow him while he is getting ready on the eve of his wedding day. A day I would say where most men are a tad nervous. Even a little dudezilla. Not this handsome man. In fact Wheels as most of us call him is not your run of the mill bloke. Wheels and I have been friends since we were kids. A kid that loved surfing like no other kid I had ever met. Still now, all grown up I have NEVER met another person who loves surfing like Wheels.  Everything Sam has done in his life makes perfect sense to me. It made sense that he grew up with a bedroom window overlooking our local break so it was last thing he thought of at night and the first thing he saw when he woke up. It made sense that he would go on to build and be create of one of the world’s leading surf magazines, STAB. Yet when he told me that he was going to propose to his babymama and walk her to her waiting wedding ceremony a few feet away….It made no sense. It was crazy, it was risky, it was presumptuous, it was insane and it was AWESOME.

The dress, the reception, the bridal party, THE GUEST LIST. All of the above, every little detail, Sam had it all planned and ready to go. Was he nervous? What if she said no? What if she was pissed she didn’t get to pick the dress? What if she wanted to look forward to apparently one of the biggest days of her life? How would the guests keep it a secret? What about the Pinterest board where she had been building her dream reception? KEEP TALKING


A Montauk Summer with The Beach People

Sunday 19 July 2015

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Event | Côte d’Azur Exhibition : The Beach People x Captainandthegypsykid
Photographer | Sybil Steele :  Location | The Surf Lodge + Surf Bazaar, Montauk

The romantic pull of the famous beachside town Montauk is as strong as the tides that surround it. A seaside hamlet that attracts local fisherman to its shores, surfers to it’s breaks and city folk to their weekend cottages and neighbouring estates. It was here, on the other side of the ocean that sisters Emma and Victoria from The Beach People shared their special brand of magic getting to know an eclectic crew of creative New Yorkers and local Montaukans over lobster rolls and rose. Even though I had to make a speech, which I didn’t know I had to make until I was making it, it was in fact an awesome afternoon. And so it was on the sun bleached decks of The Surf Lodge overlooking Fort pond and under a sky of rattan baskets listening to the sweet beats from our pseudo French DJ Oli, Vic, Em and I brought a little of The Beach People and Captainandthegypsykid to this special part of the world by showing our Côte d’Azur Exhibition for the first time in the US. Merci.

Big thank you to all that joined us on this Summer afternoon and to those that worked so hard to make this special day happen











Thursday 9 July 2015

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Photographer Gary Heery

Selfe made her modelling comeback aged 70, when the edgy British fashion brand Red or Dead put a call out for an older model for its London fashion week show. “From that, a few weeks later, this stylist said Vogue is doing an article on ageing. They liked the look of me and I was photographed by Nick Knight. The scout from Models 1 was there and said, ‘We want you on our books.’ It got busier and busier, and here I am.”

Since then she’s worked with Mario Testino and Rankin, and starred in a Dolce & Gabbana campaign and in the pages of Harpers Bazaar. She says it’s right place, right time stuff. Old is the new black!

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