Modelling Campaign for Nova Harley, Cosatto & Jacques Vert Group
Blogging is utterly brilliant isn’t it?! Thanks to my style blog originally, the stunning luxury designer baby bag brand Nova Harley hired me to model their beautiful changing bags, and nearly 1 year to the day, and 3 campaigns later, I’m hugely proud to be their model and ambassador.
Working with them has seen me grace the pages of British Vogue twice below (ooh la la) as well as featuring in print press and online all over the world.
I’ve featured in their catalogues and even in stores as far as Korea, and it’s a real privilege to represent women and mothers everywhere in my work with them.
As I’ve said before, I’m a 5’6″ UK hourglass UK size 10-12 mum of 2 who never thought I’d be modelling at this time in my life. I did a little modelling in my teens but never thought I’d be modelling in my 30’s!
Thanks Nova Harley for believing in me and making a childhood dream come true!
This shoot here, took place in January and it was snowing in Leeds (we grabbed a few photographs when the sun peaked out momentarily) but we abandoned the outside location of a pretty park in Harrogate and opted to shoot in one of my parent’s restaurants, The Olive Tree in a georgian manor house instead.
Holding Nova Harley Miami bag, wearing Precis Petite Spot Belt Navy Dress with Jacques Vert Chiffon Waterfall cover up. Pushing the Cosatto Ooba Charleston travel system.
Grand and beautifully ornate inside, with high ceilinged walls and empty rooms upstairs in the daytime, the restaurant proved to be the perfect setting for the rest of the shoot.
Black Planet jacket and dress. Florence bag.
My husband, Peter was commissioned to photograph me (it’s the 2nd time he’s worked for Nova Harley) and it’s always a joy working together, he puts me at complete ease and the day was relaxed and fun from start to finish.
A bit cheesy but I do also think on some level, my husband takes my best photographs. Must be the fact the photographer loves me, baby! Ha!