Emma Hoareau

Emma Hoareau
September 19, 2013



fashion week / photography

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Roksanda herself

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Lucia Pica checking all the models cat eyes. (I can’t even get my eyeliner the same on both eyes, imagine trying to get 52 eyes to match)

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A 8am call time has never been one of my favourite things. But every now and again, you 
go to a show that makes getting up at silly o’clock worth it. Upon getting the lift the the 
thirtheen floor of an unfinished sky scraper right next door to the Shard (and having minor 
modern-elevator-calling issues on the way up), there’s nothing quite like a view like this 
when you step out. And then watching the amazing Lucia Pica at work, and finally (most 
certainly not least) seeing the SS14 Roksanda Ilincic collection. Brights, heights and 
Roksanda. A perfect Sunday morning if there ever was one.
Thank you MAC for inviting me!