Lady Of The Manor


These are photos from a shoot I did way back in early October 2011 when London received a blast of last minute summer. I chose Waterloo Park in Highgate for the location as it is suitably grand for such an elegant dress. Lighting was a challenge due to the unexpected sunshine but nevertheless it was a productive day. These are my favourites.



Hunters and the hunted.

I have been a busy girl lately. Having capably taken care of my more immediate domestic concerns I found a little time for the important things like custard yellow ball gowns, gratuitous costume changes, treasure hunting at dawn and papping top drawer vintage lovers. Its been quite the week. Exciting developments are afoot in Suzieperon land and I am loving it. I shall keep you posted…

Till next time enjoy the latest parade:

Snow FoxLouise Potter with her precious finds. I like fur you know and this beautiful Snow Fox trimmed coat had me feeling ever so sorry for my own dishevelled Harvey.

Annie Todd’s grace and elegance was unmistakable. She was a pleasure to photograph. I was most taken by her natural poise and artful use of colour.

Fine and feminine. Jewellery designer  Jessica Delotz does vintage her way at The Vintage Fair Regents Park,  Camden. March 14 2011. How perfectly lovely she looks!

And now for the show stopper. Drum rolls and marching bands purleese!

This is the dress that worked magic on my back injury last Sunday. Fashion hurts and heals. Its no lie!  Behold My Yellow Crush

Dress kindly on loan from Galina Sherri.

Rainy day Parade

It rained all day in Dublin but only the faint-hearted fashionistas were put off. The real stalwarts were busy pounding the pavements in search of a chic cheerer upper. Today my attention was caught by some out of town style.  Maybe soggy Sundays and hangovers keep us Irish indoors but other other fashion capitals  work around the clock. Et voila! New York glamour and attitude plus timeless French elegance.