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Earlier this year, I published a series titled “Made in Barcelona“. Each article featured a fashion apparel or accessory that was made in Barcelona and/or designed by emerging talents in the city.
If you have been reading my blog regularly, you probably noticed that these were tangential from my usual posts.
The series was inspired by two things: One, I was happy to have discovered these independent designers and wanted to create more awareness of their collections. Two, after meeting some fashion bloggers through work, I was curious about how they went about creating content for their websites and social media channels.
So I roped in AB to be my photographer and co-stylist. I planned the outfits for each shoot and we took to the streets on days when the light was good. Even though I did some modelling in my younger days, I was self-conscious and felt embarrassed posing for photos in public!
It was nonetheless a fun experiment, though you will not see me posting #ootd pictures on Instagram. It’s too narcissistic for my liking.
#ootd – stands for “outfit of the day”
#foodporn – currently the top trending hashtag on Instagram for drool-enticing or stylised food photography
#ihavethisthingwithfloors – typically a top-down shot of the wearer’s shoes against an interesting background such as a mosaic or titled floor