Friday, 20 August 2010

Asiana Wedding Magazine

A couple of months ago we were approached by the Asiana Magazine to use some of our vintage jewellery in their photo shoot for their Autumn edition.



The Autumn edition is now out and even if you do not intend to get married - please take a look it is very inspiring



The beautiful wedding dresses that are on show in such vibrant colours with some sparkling jewellery appeals to my closeted fashion taste. The use of jewellery is so imaginative, wearing more than one necklace, use of single earrings and vintage pearl necklaces as hair ornaments.



I could not find a tiara many moons ago, when I got married. In the eighties the only tiaras and head pieces was in silver or gold. I as usual wanted something that was not available - a mother of pearl one. In the end (a week before the wedding) I sat down with an old mother of pearl bead necklace, MOP sequins, white ribbon and some garden wire and made one. Unfortunately the wedding photographs are not close enough to see it fully.

 


The models in the magazine are also stunning, both male and female. (One of their models in the last edition taught my daughter and son to drive. He was excellent as a driving instructor).

     

Photographs from Asiana magazine Autumn 2010.
1980s wedding photograph Flairs Photographs

No comments:

Post a Comment

Followers

We are on BlogCatalog

#Fashion Blogs - BlogCatalog Blog Directory

What I hate!!

  • False people
  • football
  • horror films
  • most soaps
  • politics

What I like!!

  • Family History
  • Fantasy
  • Gardening
  • Growing fruit, vegetables & Flowers
  • Heroes
  • Medium
  • My family and all the pets
  • Reading books
  • reading magazines
  • Rock Music
  • Whitesnake

Where are you from?

About Me

My photo

Part owner of Jewels and Finery UK website. We sell vintage jewellery right up to new designer jewellery and accessories. Love being different and unique as well as unusual. Learn about the history of jewellery as well as looking at beautiful jewels