So this is the beginning of this page. Hope you all get well informed about Suki’s stuff.Â Suki’s releasing music on early 2013 so keep an eye around here to know all about it.Â Photoshoots and…
The Bradley Cooper girlfriend watch after the actor broke up with Zoe Saldana last year, has turned into a carousel of various actresses and models, but one, Suki Waterhouse, seems to have stuck.
It was a merry occasion in County Wicklow, Ireland on Thursday, as Suki Waterhouse walked down the aisle with Sam Claiflin.
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“It’s official. We are all totally, totally, Great Gatsby crazy. Last night we attended an amazing themed party at the Criterion in Picadilly before popping over to the fabulous Haymarket cinema for a special screening of the film itself hosted by Warner Brothers and Tiffany & Co. The film fans of you will know
The lovely Suki Waterhouse was also there in a Kate Spade coat and towering heels, she told us, ‘If I wear heels they have to be platforms, thinner heels just end up hurting my feet too much.’ We know what you mean Suki!”
Suki’s sixties style and model looks have caught the attention of the fashion press of late (as well as a certain Hollywood actor…), but there’s more to this London-born beauty than meets the eye. In Next Models’ exhibition last month, she debuted her collection of diaristic photographs. Her photos are a mix of self-portraits and shots of stylish pals — you might recognise the gap-toothed beauty licking an ice cream as Georgia May Jagger.
Is your photography set up or is it very much spontaneous?
“There is spontaneity in the way I come across things I want to shoot but I will always set up the camera — sometimes I will balance the camera on a door knob or on top of two stacked chairs. It’s a mixture of both.”
Do you take your camera wherever you go?
“No, not at all — I should though!”
Your work is so personal; what are the pros and cons of portraying yourself as the subject?
“I can control the way I look and the feeling of the image. I always have myself around so I don’t have to rely on anyone else being there to shoot. I guess a con would be the fear of putting yourself out there for judgement but I try not to think about that.”
Images: Courtesy of Next Models and Suki Waterhouse