Saturday, 25 June 2011


Whether it’s on the streets or in the style blogs, Gwyneth Tang’s incredible hair and super-chic style make her pretty hard to miss. Needless to say, when I had to choose someone to feature as the ‘Get My Look’ subject for SuperSuper #24, it seemed hard to think of a more natural candidate…

Look 1.

“This is my friend’s skirt - I like it because it makes the colours of this outfit go really well together. I have to wear it with a belt that I found in charity shop, because the skirt is actually too big for me. The belt itself is actually really long, I think it must be for obese people or something - I have to wrap it round twice! The shirt is just from American Apparel. As for my hair, it doesn’t take too long to do, but I have to bleach the roots every month and I’ve done an all-over dye seven times now, so it’s starting to break off!”

Look 2.

“I bought everything in this look from Hong Kong, it’s really cheap there. I only paid 50 cents for the skirt and shirt, but you really have to look for good pieces there. It’s not like in proper vintage shops, where everything has been selected - all the shops are basically full of second-hand rubbish, so you have to really look to find anything good. The belt and shoes were gifts from a friend.”

Look 3:

“It only actually takes me two minutes to do my hair like this. The jacket and skirt are both from H&M - I actually noticed Rihanna wearing a similar jacket in one of her videos recently, but I doubt hers was from H&M! The top was 50 cents from Hong Kong, I stole the stockings from a friend and the shoes are from a charity shop in Belgium.
I must spend 3-4 hours a week rummaging through clothes… I tend to look around East London and in charity shops.”


“The coat is from Brick Lane. I actually bought a similar one in black from Hong Kong. I won’t wear real fur though in London because it rains a lot, and it will probably ruin the jacket - not that I’ve actually tried it, but I’m assuming it would be like that anyway. The shirt is from Hong Kong again, and the necklace was acquired from a Catholic society. And no, I’m not a Catholic…”

Originally featured in SuperSuper #24. Words by me. Photos by Louie Banks, Makeup by Theresa Davies.

Wednesday, 22 June 2011


The new Tweenage issue by the guys at DIS Magazine is one of the best things I've seen online, or indeed anywhere in a long, long time. It's hard to pick a particular highlight, but the tween Best Trends Forever and Priceless pieces work particularly well.

I've been a huge fan of the site and watched it develop over the last year or so. Am happy to have contributed a few pieces of my own to the site, including 2 fairly recent ones.

Safety Belts

... and Tweets by Cher.

The rest of my pieces are all available to view here.

Sunday, 19 June 2011


Have just finished a copywriting assignment for the infamous BOY London clothing label. Next time you see one of those ubiquitous T-Shirts out and about, the chances are I wrote the label for it! (I also wrote their online bio and various other pieces of press material, including the press release for their recent exhibition at CANDY in Tokyo)


Images from all the shoots I styled in SuperSuper Issue #24

See issue (or zoom into the image!) for full credits



Just worked out how to convert PDFs to Jpeg without them looking horrible, so working through uploading some archive images. This was shot way back before Christmas and styled by me.

See issue (or zoom in!) for full credits.

Tuesday, 17 May 2011


The second of my photo essays on footballers hair is now up on DIS Magazine. Go check it out here.

Big shout to my brother Andy Wright for the photo edits.


Ok so, after a bit of tinkering over these past few days we have a SuperSuper Magazine Tumblr up and running. Go pay it a visit here :)

Wednesday, 11 May 2011


Choker trend styled by me in SuperSuper magazine, issue #24

Photography: Dasha Love, Makeup: Theresa Davies, Model: Kit Shyrixina

Please see issue for full credits


My 'Alice Bands' photo essay is up now on Go check it out here.

More to come from me on the site soon...

Tuesday, 12 April 2011


Get strapped up in style with a range of safe, fashionable looks...

Saturday, 2 April 2011

Wednesday, 30 March 2011


Recent statistics show a new printed t-shirt brand is born every 0.26 seconds in the UK alone. Standing head and shoulders over so much of the sub-graphic design/ illustration fodder that has saturated the market in recent times is T-Shirt Party

Core to this brand is it's distinctly British take on street culture; referencing everything from grime to Soul 2 Soul, it was this aesthetic approach that made T-Shirt party so fresh, unique, and ultimately successful.

With the mission statement of 'setting T-shirts free' they released a new design every week, designed by enigmatic head honcho Stan Still and a range of esteemed contributors (incl. Ferry Gouw, Tim and Barry, Studio Downturn and many more).

TSP20: Delicate Flower video

I was lucky enough to have mine and Oscar Godfrey's 'Delicate Flower' design, featuring Mike Tyson's head superimposed onto a rose, featured for the labels 20th release. Got all kinds of messages on Facebook of pics of people wearing the tee, and received lots of nice compliments when wearing the design out, particularly at Notting Hill Carnival. We also did a SuperSuper shoot of many of the designs as part of a diy tee trend story. Feels good to have been a part of T-Shirt Party history.

SuperSuper T-Shirt shoot with designs from T-Shirt Party, Long Clothing, Copson Street and a few bespoke ones by myself! 
Pics: Billa. Styling: Zoe Jenkin

All 52 weeks are now up, and should you still wish to purchase one you'd better hurry up as they are due to cease trading on the 3rd April.

Couple of press links can be found heeere...

RIP to T-Shirt Party, and thanks for having me :)

Monday, 28 March 2011

Matthew Stone interview

Excerpts from an interview by me and Jack Armitage carried out with the artist Matthew Stone on art and spirituality last summer.

Friday, 25 March 2011


Collage by Salem

Interview I did with the band Salem back in August (just before their album release) along with some exclusive artwork they made to go along with the piece.