Jen Summers is Creative Director and Photographer for Sugarpuss Clothing.
I see pool days ahead… 👙💦
Looking forward to doing some more location shoots this summer and getting out of the studio! 🙌🏼🌈☀️
Featuring .swim Swimwear
Pedro took a risk, and it paid off 😍 More below 👇
Destination unknown 🤍🛸💫
A lil sneak peek of a new collection I’m working on for
I revived some of my old designs from the 90s in my club kid days… so much fun!
All wardrobe made by
🍄Everything coming up mushrooms 🍄🍄🍄
Photo by me for
For costume design!
Carter won in 2019 as well for her work on the first 'Black Panther' film.
One of my fave looks of the night… just perfect for her with Ariel in mind…
Casa TO, Oaxaca, Mexico
See more: themindcircle.com/house-to-mexico/
Works of art!
Pastel de pintura de paisajes.
London, United Kingdom ❤❤❤❤
Wow! AI by Koo. http://www.moonlike.co
Starting off the New Year with some vintage vibes! Channeling Hedy Lamarr for this one! 👉 Check out the BTS breakdown: https://lindsayadler.photo/hedy
Remembering Dame Vivienne Westwood (1941-2022) — the doyenne of punk who’s ingenuity, irreverence and unfettered lust for life and love of planet earth remains an example for us all.
Ph. Juergen Teller
Vivienne Westwood, the maverick UK fashion designer whose five-decade career originated in the mid-1970s punk movement in London and who remained devoted to its ethos of anti-establishment agitation throughout her life, has died at the age of 81. Her brand announced the news of her death on its social accounts.
At the dawn of the punk era, Westwood, with her then partner Malcolm McLaren, helped to invent its “look” with designs that ranged from shredded T-shirts to bo***ge suits, emblazoned with anarchist symbols, N**i swastikas, inverted crucifixes and words like “DESTROY.” Dressing the S*x Pistols, who McLaren managed and promoted, she created a vocabulary of provocation that would not only shake up British fashion of the times, but also go on to define her own runway collections and influence the work of generations of designers to come.
A working-class girl from Derbyshire, who was largely untrained in fashion, Westwood was a primary school art teacher when she met McLaren in 1965 at the age of 24, already a young mother and separated from her first husband. Within a few years, she became the spikey-haired high priestess of punk who commanded London’s burgeoning counter-cultural movement while selling Teddy Boy clothes and bo***ge jeans from a cult retailer on the King’s Road. That she would ultimately be perceived as one of the most influential British designers of the 20th century, and alternatively as a batty eccentric for her political fulminations against consumerism and capitalism, underscored Westwood’s position as a fiercely independent creator who would help shape but never quite fit into the mainstream.
“We wanted to undermine the establishment,” Westwood once said. “We hate it. We want to destroy it. We don’t want it. We were youth against age, that’s what it was.”
What a gorgeous dress!
🖤🤍🖤 Lupita The Marvel
📸via Marvel Entertainment
paid tribute to the late with her premiere look last night! ✨💯🙅🏽♂️
📸: Getty Images
Janet Jackson, Doja Cat, and Erykah Badu 💥
Nobody commanded the red carpet quite like the Montero rapper.
RIP Issey Miyake 💔
The designer, who died at 84, leaves behind a playful, pleat-loving legacy.
Sun-kissed shots for with
Featuring Sterling silver jewelry pieces by Bob Summers
Pool party season 💦
Land Art Sculpture by Jon Foreman: Sculpt The World at Freshwater West, Pembrokeshire, Wales.
One of my favorite looks from the Met Gala!
Los Angeles, CA
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