Love Culture hired me back for their Back to School campaign hitting stores near you, and currently available online. This time instead of hiring me as their stylist, I came on to be their creative director and production manager. I had a great time shooting all over the UC-Irvine campus and working with the amazing team again. Couldn’t have done it without them!
Special thanks to: Chase Kim, David Nguyen, Jacqueline Nguyen, Anthony Nguyen (the Nguyen’s were all non-related, hah), Tony Vin, Photogenics, and Ford Models.
Months ago, I styled the Strangelove watch ad campaign, a Taiwanese watch brand designed for men and women. You can see these ads officially run in Esquire, FHM, and GQ Taiwan editions in the next few months. Check out the behind the scenes here.
Photographer: David Nguyen | Makeup, Hair and Grooming: Sharon Tabb
Styling: Yours Truly | Stylist Assistant: Jacqueline Nguyen
Another one of my favorite sections I styled for Love Culture’s summer campaign. Blondes do have all the fun!
Roberto Cavalli’s Fall 2011 behind the scenes video campaign. Kind of epic and amazing.
This is my favorite fall campaign photo release yet from Little Rooms jewelry project. NOTE: Your standard “mom’s jeans” aka old school high-waisted Levi’s are a MUST-HAVE in your style kit.
I’ve always loved the denim on denim look. It makes the look: dirtier, grungier, and just sexier! For the complete list of wardrobe used in this shoot feel free to message me.
Photographer: Brandon Showers | Art Director & Designer: Ester Delug | Makeup: Joey Acosta | Hair: Veronica Nunez | Style Assistant: Jacqueline Nguyen
bad ass bitches.
Backseat Bingo : Available July 28th at littlerooms.com
see more previews here.
This is probably my favorite series from the entire summer Love Culture campaign. If it was an editorial shoot, I would have had the models go “bandeau-less” but we just had to keep it PG since it’s all over their stores, ha.
For more looks from Love Culture’s summer campaign, visit my previous blogs:
Here’s a sneak peek of Little Rooms jewelry Fall ‘11 campaign entitled “Backseat Bingo.” This is the second year I’ve worked with Little Rooms, and hope for more years to come. It was such a fun shoot surrounded by amazing creative people. I can’t wait to show you guys the rest!
Owner, CEO, Designer and Art Director: Ester Delug | Photographer: Brandon Showers | Makeup: Joey Acosta | Hair: Vanessa Nunez | Stylist: Yours Truly and Assistant: Jacqueline Nguyen | Models: Erica & Chelsea from Next Model Management
I’m so excited to present to you the Love Culture Summer 2011 campaign video compiled by Matt Rodgers.
Style, production and creative direction by yours truly.
A few weeks ago, my team and I underwent a huge campaign for nationwide women’s clothing store, Love Culture. Aside from prepping 70 looks for the shoot, I also played the role of Creative Director and Production Manager - something I’ve been switching more to lately.
From these 70 looks we categorized with Love Culture’s corporate visuals and marketing managers - into 10 categories and themes for the summer. Here’s the first of the 10 released on their site and stores now - Land from Down Under. After the hectic yet promising day, I was extremely happy and satisfied with everyone’s never-ending efforts and accomplishments. I wouldn’t have been able to do this without the team.
My stylists, assistants, and who’s stuck with me since the beginning of this project: Jacqueline Nguyen and Julianne Hoang.
Photographer: David Nguyen, Hair: Tony Vin, Makeup: Anthony Nguyen, Models from Photogenics and Ford Models, Chase Kim, Chris, Matt, Annie, Jeff, Kurt - Thank you!
A few weeks ago, I posted some behind the scenes photos of the Love Culture Spring campaign and here’s the video to coincide it!
Sexier than ever, this campaign showcases a California lifestyle with a sultry provocative edge.
Love Culture is a women’s fashion forward clothing company with 25 more stores opening nationwide. It’s a company branded on the latest trends budget friendly to any female consumer.
I am super excited to be a part of their creative marketing team and styled their latest nationwide campaign hitting stores in the next month. Here’s a behind the scenes look shot at a breathtaking Bel-Air mansion in Los Angeles, CA.
Stylist Tip: I picked up these jewelry trays at Marshall’s for only $10 each. It’s a great way to organize and display jewelry at photoshoots.
YAY! So here are some of my most favorite images from Bishop’s Fall 2011 lookbook. I’m so happy to be a part of such a talented creative team. This was my 2nd time styling Bishop’s lookbook. I love that they allowed me to get a bit creative with the layering and accessories.
Stylist Tip: I used a skinny leather belt as a bowtie and necklace… a simple cool accessory turned to an atypical accessory.
Photographer: Josh Madson | Style Partner & Assistant: Jacqueline Nguyen