I am also one-half of DJ duo, The Roustabouts!

We spin everything from Balkan Beats, Carnivalesque Cabaret, Electro-Swing and the filthiest guilty pleasures.  

 

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Wednesday
Jul112012

This week in pictures

I am a serious Instagram addict. I did, indeed, climb that band wagon.

But it's so easy for such a lazy/busy person such as myself to quickly snap the interesting little moments in life (and yes, I'm an iPhone addict too). 

You can find me @swiczeniuk, but here is a run-down of my last week!

 

 

Top left: There is light at the end of the tunnel. My new macbook pro has arrived with it's fancy retina screen. It's a novelty to be able to open photoshop and chrome at the same time without whirring and clicking. My little black macbook has started weeping....

Top right: The ridiculously talented and lovely Kezia Argue made me this jaw-dropping kokoshnik. It's even more beautiful in real-life and I can't wait to shoot it!

Bottom left: After watching The Woman in Black, I was starting to regret hanging this photograph of my great, great (great?) Grandmother, The Old Bubba, up on the wall of my studio. To make matters worse it's surrounded by other photographs of long-dead Victorian children.

Bottom right: My outfit for the Torture Garden Boat Party! We DJed a bit of electro swing moving into some booty shaking mash-ups. The amazing sailor pants are by Kaori's Latex Dreams, the bra is a customised Playful Promises old style, latex sailor collar is by Eustratia and the hat is vintage.

 

 

Top left: It has come to my attention that Mark and I collect a lot of pretty tins. Most of these are from his father, who lives in Zurich. 

Top right: The Roustabouts making silly faces while waiting for our cab after playing a set of electro-swing at Circus Covent Garden.

Bottom left: After a crazy 12 days editing over 60 photographs for the SS13 Playful Promises collections, we finally recieved the printed lookbooks. A mere day before they had to be taken to the Paris trade show.

Bottom right: A little bit of light reading.

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