alice in vogueland

I don’t think I’d met anyone who don’t like Alice in Wonderland.

Well, I never heard it before, but it sounds uncommon nonsense.

{ the Mock Turtle }

There you go. Saw this wonderful photo shoot on Trendland by famous photographer Annie Leibovitz for Vogue US December 2003. I can just look at this again and again.

featuring model Natalia Vodianova

with Tom Ford as White Rabbit

with Nicolas Ghesquiere as Alice's dreaming self

with John Galliano as Queen of Hearts

with Olivier Theyskens (Rochas) as Lewis Carroll

with Marc Jacob as The Caterpillar

with Karl Lagerfeld in Pig and Pepper

with Jean Paul Gaultier as The Cheshire Cat

with Viktor & Rolf as Tweedledum and Tweedledee

with Christian Lacroix - The March Hare and The Mad Hatter

with Donatella Versace as Gryphon and Rupert Everett as Mock Turtle.

In case you haven’t noticed, the model is dressed in the vision of each designer featured in the pictures.

Can’t get enough of Alice? Click this to be inspired once again by this Mad Hatter shoot.

hat tilt!

Zara Carpenter hails from a little town of Chatham sitting idyllic in the garden of Kent, England. She makes hat. Pretty hats put together with finds from her travels. If you like these, it’s almost certain that you like artists and writers like Mark Ryden, Edward Gorey, Oscar Wilde, Lewis Carroll and Angela Carter too, all of whom she draws her inspiration from.

At twilight, nature is not without loveliness, though perhaps its chief use is to illustrate quotations from the poets. – Oscar Wilder

charming works of Zara Carpenter @ Etsy

Is it any wonder most of her ideas pop from the natural muses around her at night?

Visit her shop for more lovelies!

oh my ears and whiskers, how late it’s getting!

I’m loving this Mad Hatter Shoot by Jessica Claire and OC Prop Girl

taken from Style Me Pretty

To see the full photo shoot, please click here.

I wonder what I can use for my photoshoot. I had just spent the better part of my Saturday creating my props! and I want more! I love the little details like the wrist watch on the guy’s jacket and the bouquet… and of course, the cute top hat! Now, any ideas, please feel free to drop them in my comment!

Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it’s getting! Though slowly but surely as we start to put things together, I just confirmed my batchgirl Jan to be my actual day photographer! I just love her eye for details and beauty.