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Image / Editorial

London calling


by IMAGE
22nd Aug 2014
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Our fashion editor extraordinaire Sive O’Brien caught up with some of the high fashion models making it big in London – and guess what? They all call our lovely isle of Ireland home. Here’s a sneak peek of what goes on inside the minds of these beautiful people.

Who? 19-year-old Caoimh?n O’Brien

What’s he done? Walked for Jimmy Choo SS15; Brown Thomas; Arnotts.

When he’s not modelling ? ?I’m at lectures at Trinity College, where I study languages.?

 

Who? Bex Fleetwood, 24, who has Vogue, Alexander McQueen and Adidas under her belt.

Usually wears ? ?Whatever is comfortable for all the running around you do as a model – easy-to-wear high street from & Other Stories and COS.?

She’s learned – ?to not take negative things people say to heart, and to have fun modelling.?

 

Who? 19-year-old Naoise Tan is signed to Morgan The Agency, Dublin and Storm, in London.

Her style ?I dress feminine, without looking girlie – skinny jeans, vest tops, a good leather jacket, and some great jewellery.?

When she’s not striking a pose, she’s ? ‘dancing, cooking or calling home.?

 

For the full shoot and interviews, check out the new issue of IMAGE, on shelves tomorrow.

Photographs by Andreas Pettersson

 

Sive O’Brien, fashion editor @siveob

@image_magazine

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