Emma Dabiri, BBC presenter of ‘Britain’s Lost Masterpieces’ and cultural commentator for Newnight, author and SOAS lecturer models the Sophia coat and Red Freya Dress from The Modern Muse collection for an interview with Sali Hughes. Beauty Editor at The Guardian.
Today I commented on Holly Willoughby’s style for The Daily Star in an article by Samantha Bartlett. Holly maintains a close relationship with her fans by regularly blogging her looks from high street brands on Instagram. Fashion over the past 10 years has drawn a lot from alternative culture and individuation, and it is refreshing to find Holly natural, healthy body shape and beauty beloved by the nation. I wonder if the royal weddings this year have encouraged a move back to modern sophistication and romantic tradition? Her natural, feminine glamour and approachable style means that she is beloved by the nation, and a Style Queen - go girll!
Samantha Bartlett, journalist for The Daily Express and The Daily Star asked Holly Jade O’Leary to discuss why Holly Willoughby has become such a sizzling style queen. Not only has Holly Willoughby has snapped up the top presenting jobs on some of the popular TV shows, she maintains a close relationship with her fans by blogging her looks everyday, accessing over 60, 000 likes on Instagram per post. Holly is famed for wearing high street brands such as the classic knitwear by Anthropologie by John Lewis. From pairing a white blouse with a cute orange check tartan mini skirt, to styling up a bright print dress as a brand ambassador for Marks and Spencers by pairing it with a deep crimson bag and nude stilettos, the mother of three has a healthy, natural beauty and feminine glamour which encourages a positive body image, and sophisticated, attainable style - go girllRead More
Holly Jade O’Leary and photographer Duncan Telford collaborate on a luxury sustainable fashion editorial from The Modern Muse collection, Autumn Winter 2018. In this editorial we discuss the future of fashion in relation to sustainability, style and innovation, shortly before exhibiting at The Future of Fashion at sketch opening London Fashion Week on 13th September 2018 with a serious message about social and environmental responsibility.Read More
In ‘The Modern Muse’ photographer Duncan Telford and Holly Jade O’Leary collaborate on an eco luxury fashion editorial, published exclusively by Label Magazine at St Andrews University, which explores the wardrobe of the creative professional woman. The Modern Muse captures a combination of artistic expression, ambition and beauty, strength and fragility and a empathy in finding solutions to support sustainable development.Read More
Label Press at St Andrews University showcased Holly Jade O’Leary as a featured designer, at Rufflets Hotel on 13th April 2018. The A/W 2018 collection of stylish modern classics was created entirely using sustainably sourced, GOTS certified or reclaimed material, manufactured in the UK.Read More
'Between candle lights and dusk dark velvet knights, drinking from cut glass lips under stained light skies'
'Lords and Ladies of the Flowers' themed collection - designing for Fairytales themed fashion show with Label Magazine at St. Andrew's University - exhibiting at Rufflets Hotel on 13th April 2018Read More
Holly Jade O'Leary is interviewed by vegan presenter Karin Ridgers about being an artist, following a plant based diet, living between London and Berlin, and her collaboration with ethical UK based factory Contrado on a line of sports and dance wear.Read More
Preview of 'Incandescence' Corseted Pencil Dress created for a private client, Winter 2017.
Price: £600.00Read More
Holly Jade O'Leary is interviewed by Jo Boon, Founder of Label, prior to exhibiting in Label's forthcoming 'Fairytales' themed fashion show staged at St. Andrew's University, April 2018.
BBC1 & Channel 4 presenter and cultural commentator Emma Dabiri models 'Indian Summer' jacket and 'Starflowers and Jewels' stage couture.
Photography: Alessia Chinazzo
Make up: The Bardou
Location: The Library - private members' club.Read More
Holly Jade O'Leary's collection 'The Beauty of Nature' features in Bite Magazine - Summer 2017 issue #124
Catwalk report by Hollie Bradbury, Bite Magazine - Summer 2017
'The Beauty of Nature' collection is inspired by flowers, classical mythology and modern sophistication - created using recycled silk, textiles and hand bead work.Read More
The Ethical Fashion and Textile Seminar staged at the Fashion SVP was moderated by Tamsin Lejeune, founder of the not for profit network The Ethical Fashion Forum, focusing upon social and environmental sustainability in the fashion industry.Read More
Contemporary art, glitterati, sustainable fashion, soul music, poetry and fairy installations staged between the leaves of the books which line the shelves of one of London's most exciting venues- Library private member's club.Read More
Join us in Fairyland where Holly Jade O'Leary and The Jewelled Moon Theatre Company will be supporting the opening of Julie Goldsmith's window installation at The Library Club.Read More
Exhibiting sustainable luxury limited edition lines at The Number 41 Club, Kensington, famed for its 'Parisienne Decadence' and charm.Read More
Art Direction & Styling workshop at Somerset House - Includes 2 free downloads on 'how to deliver exceptional creative campaigns'
“Through the brilliance of an image; the distant past resounds with echoes, and it is hard to know at what depth these echoes will reverberate and die away”
The Salon Series talks was led by ethical fashion designer Orsola de Castro, founder of Fashion Revolution, a non-profit charity raising awareness of the true cost of fashion, accompanied by author and Telegraph columnist Tamsin Blanchard, Mario Nishio, Senior Lecturer at Central Saint Martins and the fashion designer, Katie Jones.Read More
The 'Golden Goddess' Limited Edition Dress at London Fashion Week Events and Valentine's Masquerade Ball at Home House
On the making of the limited edition 'The Golden Goddess' dress, and participating in a modern Rennaisance.Read More
As we enter Spring at Somerset House, I am illustrating botanical studies of bluebells and daffodils in Spring Restaurant - a new one each day! In the exciting research and development phase of creating new designs for laser cut cards and marketing materials...Read More
'Lullaby' - Styling commission for photographer Kat Terek
"telling short narratives exploring themes of magic, folklore &rockn’roll."
Published by Dreamingless MagazineRead More
Holly Jade O'Leary & Dario Chillemi present 'Cougars in America' on Green Monday, created by Domenico Prem (I Need Radio Funkhaus), a brand new radio station broadcasting legendary music and arts venue The Greenhouse, Berlin, on the 8th Floor.
This radio station curates a selection of unique live artists offering a direct, intimate portrait of the city's diverse live musical artists, and topical socio-political discussions.
Folk, baroque, classical guitar, cuban, blues, indian classical, flamenco, rocknroll and exotic music is played by Holly Jade O'Leary, Dario Chillemi, Felix, Rasheedi Graffiti and guest artists, including interpretations of compositions from 700 years ago, and presenting potential solutions for a humanitarian future.
Reinterpretations of myths, legends, and classical studies how they pertain to be relevant in the participation of a modern Renaissance within music, theatre and the performing arts.
Holly Jade O'Leary and Dario Chillemi collaborate in the creation of 'A Bridge to the Past', alongside other artists, a narrative beginning with modern contemporary .. a journey travelling across the centuries.. the 19th century, romanticism, baroque, the Renaissance, Medieval, Oriental classicism, and the primitive... to be iconsied by a totem, whilst Holly Jade o'Leary recites romantic influenced poetry including 'The Ballad of the Evening Sun' and creates evocative living tableaux.
'The Muses of Ourania', is an interdisciplinary performance in construction, which includes classical and world musical studies of the planets, original writing, choreography, immersive theatre, and contemporary dance.
'Face the Fear' a song by Dario Chillemi examines the political situation, Dario's upbringing in mafioso Sicily whilst Berlisconi relevent sectors pertaining to the indivdual's experience and training. Currently the Tempelhof Refugee Centre requires arts supplies for children's workshops.
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