Tag Archive: HTC

Aug 03 2012

Dusk Until Dawn: The Poppy de Villeneuve Interview

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If you aren’t familiar with Poppy let’s do a quick recap, she is the daughter of Justin de Villeneuve, the Sixties fashion photographer who discovered Twiggy, and model Jan de Villeneuve, and with a fashionable background like that it is no surprise that Poppy decided to become a photographer. Poppy has snapped and directed a number of amazing campaigns and projects including making the first Instagram music for The Vaccines as well as the incredible Ray-bans Raw Sounds, and has done a number of fashion shorts for Dazed and Confused.

How would you describe your new project with HTC ‘Dusk Until Dawn’?

The hours of dusk and dawn provide the perfect backdrop for striking photography – the HTC ‘My Life: Dusk Until Dawn’ campaign is a fantastic way to encourage people to take time out of their busy lives to truly appreciate the UK between these hours. We wanted to inspire people to capture their own personal images and to take the time to look at their surroundings in a whole different light plus they could win a trip to go to the Northern Lights, which is a pretty good prize.

What inspired you take part in the project?

What appealed to me most about this project is that inspiration comes from all different sources and I am kind of reminding people of that. It is important to think that if you are interested in something there is no reason that someone else might not be, I don’t think there are any rules and people need to be reminded of that sometimes. As it is My Life: Dusk Until Dawn, the idea is that you do the same.

If you are asking people to be inspired, can you tell me what inspires you?

Things that inspire me personally are often really quiet moments, generally things that have been left behind or not noticed, things that take a second look for you to see them, the more overlooked things. I am a big fan of a photographer called William Eggleston, the first pioneer of colour photography, which makes me not choose the obvious objects. But I also love shooting in black and white as I love taking the time out of it.

The project has been running for a few weeks, have you been impressed with the entrants so far?

I’ve been really pleased, people have done what I hoped and chosen things that aren’t expected. One of the most interesting so far was a picture of a roller coaster that was literally just in frame, it was taken out of context which creates a narrative. For me the photographs that I love the best are when I have to think about what it means, what’s going on, and you have to create a story around the details in the image.

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Some photographers find it annoying that a smartphone allows anyone to be a photographer – do you enjoy using your mobile for snapping?

I do, and what’s great about it is that they are always spontaneous, I find my HTC as more of a scrap book or a sketch book of my life. When I am working I generally have a specific scenario but with my mobile it is a kind of freedom. I really like exploring and hunting and my phone allows me to snap a picture of say a chair and then find something similar in an antique shop. I also love that there are no obstacles with shooting with a mobile; I can’t always fit a camera in my bag, so being able to access a good camera on my phone is amazing.

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I am a big fan of fashion editorials, do you enjoy doing them?

When I do fashion I do it in a film way and have it be more of a narrative and not so much straight fashion.  I just did a project for Opening Ceremony, it is a fashion story ultimately but it is a documentary of portraits of young athletes and they are all wearing their uniforms. That’s how I like to interpret fashion, I am not interested in just the clothes, and for me I want the clothes to be part of a story.

It was seriously lovely chatting to Poppy, seriously inspirational and I loved her bright pink Nike trainers. Don’t miss out on the amazing chance to go and see the Northern Lights as this week is the last week to take part in the amazing HTC Dusk Until Dawn project and the theme is ‘My Style’ – perfect for fashionistas – so get snapping. Don’t forget to tweet to @htc_uk using the hashtag #DuskUntilDawn.

Aug 01 2012

Dusk Until Dawn: My HTC Adventure Around East London

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I am not going to go into too much of a review of the HTC One series, that is to come in a separate post, this blog is all about the incredible pictures that I snapped, yes all the pictures and videos in this post were taken, edited and shared via the HTC One S – basically I used all the filters, which are very similar to Instagram and I used the very easy to use pre-installed photoshop editing tools.

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The tour, part of the HTC Dusk Until Dawn project, was full on inspiration, tons to see, tons to snap and it all started off at the incredible Pitfield London, which I hadn’t been to before but I adored. I am probably not going to give it justice with my gushing but the only way I can easily describe it is as an eclectic emporium mixing divine crockery, mix-match furniture, vintage finds as well as a seriously tasty cafe – the cakes were insane. I didn’t have a lot of time to snap, trust me I will be going back, but I took a few piccies of the amazing straw motorbike and the cute crockery – I really could have spent all night in there!!!

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From Pitfield Street we wandered to Hoxton Square to see the weather art installation and to snap the sun worshippers taking up every bit of grass, it must have been amusing seeing our little group all wielding the same mobile ready to snap the action!!!

What caught my attention the most on the walk had to be all wonderful street art, regular readers to my blog will know I love a bit of graffiti if it is done well take my post from the French town of Augouleme, and snapping the creativity from East London made me think I was in New York with the large murals on the side of buildings. This is when my smartphone really comes into its own, granted a normally camera may take a better picture, but for me street art is spontaneous and I love how mobiles allow you to capture it with ease.

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I tried out most of the camera functions from the continuous shooting to the portrait settings, and everything in between from the zoom, which is made easy with the large touch screen, to the very easy to use panoramic, and the low light setting, which basically inspired the Dusk Until Dawn project – the below sunset was shot on the low light and I think it captures it perfectly.

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The HTC One also captures moving imagery very well, take the flame thrower that we met on our travels, this image came from one of the videos I took – yes you can snap while you record. It was also the perfect setting to test out the slow-motion setting on the video – see below I will certainly be using that more at fashion week.

What was amazing about this tour, other than being impressed with the HTC One S, had to be discovering East London an area I am definitely not cool enough for. I love all the back alley bars where the cool kids spilling out onto the road, the love fence opposite Shoreditch Station inspired by the Paris love bridge, the views over the city, and having a behind-the-scenes tour at tailors Timothy Everest, who has dressed both David Cameron and David Beckham was a real highlight.

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I am not saying that a smartphone can replace my beloved Olympus Pen, what I am saying is that you shouldn’t comprise with photo quality while on the move. I an addict when it comes to snapping on the move, I took nearly 200 pictures over the course of the evening, not all amazing but there are some really incredible snaps that I plan to get printed. What I took away from the really fun night out with HTC is that creativity needs to be shared and this phone really helps me do that.

Fancy taking part in Poppy’s HTC My Life: Dusk Until Dawn photography competition and win a chance to see the Northern Lights? Well all you need to do is simply upload a photo taken on your smartphone from your city between the hours of dusk and dawn relevant to the weekly theme to @htc_uk using the hashtag #DuskUntilDawn. Find out more about the competition here.

Want to check out more of my images from the East London tour? Head on over to my Facebook Page.

**Big thanks to HTC UK, Fever PR and Poppy de Villeneuve for an amazing night.**

Oct 07 2011

HTC Beats: Lady Gaga In Charle Le Mindu

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Who: Lady Gaga

Where: At the HTC Sensation XL launch event at The Roundhouse in London

Wearing: A piece from Charlie Le Mindu’s ‘Burka Curfew’ spring/summer 2012 collection, made from Hairdreams hair extensions that have been treated with L’Oreal Professional

Verdict: Well, what can I say, if anyone could pull off a Cousin It look then Lady Gaga sure can. This look is going to be a bit like marmite for most, you will either love it or hate it, me I think I am the love it side.

I say this mainly because I like Lady Gaga all elegant when she did her tribute to Audrey Hepburn, but come on this is the Lady Gaga that everyone loves. Someone who isn’t afraid to wear what she wants, the look has an attitude about it that I love on Gaga, and I really don’t think anyone else could give the French wig designer’s pieces justice, except maybe Cher but that is a whole different story!!!

What do you think? Love or hate?

[Pic: HTC]

Oct 07 2011

HTC Beats: Cheryl Cole In David Koma

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Who: Cheryl Cole

Where: At the HTC Sensation XL launch event at The Roundhouse in London

Wearing: A David Koma silk polka dot top with leather trim around the arms from his autumn/winter 2011 collection, teamed with a pair of leather leggings and matching pointy heels and red lippy

Verdict: There to support her manager and close pal Will.i.am, Chezza looked amazing and relaxed in this stunning David Koma top and those skin-tight leather leggings.

It has been a great week for Cheryl to get out and about with the live shows starting on the X Factor this Saturday; I loved her in the blush pink floor-length Victoria Beckham gown at the Pride of Britain Awards and her Moschino look to catch Shrek the Musical, but last night was a cool and casual Cheryl and she just looked amazing. Even going casual all eyes were on her and it was nice to see a confident Cheryl.

Also I am loving her hair – it is cute!!

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Shop Her Style: You can pick up your own David Koma face top for £1,200 at Browns.

[Pics: Cheryl Cole Twitter/HTC/Will.i.am Twitter]

Sep 30 2011

Hotel Review: My Love For The Soho Grand Hotel

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I have stayed in fancy hotels before but none quite as special as the Soho Grand Hotel in New York. Not only is this a very cool hotel, the location is perfection right in the heart of Soho, just round the corner from Canal Street subway which means you can get anywhere, but it was the exquisite decor that knocked me out, I loved the luxurious fabrics mix in with the industrial touches, everything about this hotel from the very helpful staff to the fashionable crowd makes it a great base to take in New York.

I am not joking when I say that the Soho Grand Hotel attracts the fashion elite, the concierge was telling me that the hotel was buzzing during New York Fashion Week where a number of designers held presentations, parties and stayed. They are also hosting the British Fashion Council when they come to New York in November with their London Show Rooms. The hotel also attracts a few rocks bands, apparently one was staying while I was there I didn’t recognise them and I didn’t catch their name *bad groupie*, even Britney Spears and Jessica Simpson frequently stay over, and the barman was also telling me Alan Cummings held his Halloween party here last year and it was “off the hook”!!!

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Seriously this Downtown hotel seems to attract a very hip crowd, while I was getting a bite in the lounge area a lot of fashionable folk whizzed through for meetings, lunch and a general catch-up, a great place to people watch.

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I loved the lounge area, filled with comfie sofas and leather armchairs, and decorated beautifully with birdcages filled with Christian Louboutin shoes and shoe boxes. It took me three times seating in this area to realise that they were actual Louboutin red soles!

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On the first night, which so happen to be the last day of summer, we all chilled out down in The Yard nibbled on french fries and I had the most amazing Pimms cocktail. My pictures are all poor, I blame poor light, tiredness after the flight, oh and the alcohol!!

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I have to admit now I didn’t actually spend a lot of time in the hotel, hence no pics of the gym, or much of the inside other than my room, I didn’t even get a spare moment to find the pantry, which is on ever floor to get a tea or coffee. But what I did see I loved it was such a cool place to relax in after a long day and my room was perfection, even if I was a little scared of falling out of my huge bed!!

My view wasn’t the best, I over looked some office block, but the other girls got views of the Empire State building, so if you stay here request a higher floor as they offer the best window glazing opportunities my sixth floor room not so much.

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What I did love about my room was the bathroom, if you felt the tweetie bird was something new think again, it seems that Saul Steinberg, a cartoonist for The New Yorker in the 1950s had the idea first. His designs were on the wallpaper and shower curtain and I am going to get my picture blown up for my bathroom as I love it so much.

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I even got a rubber duck, LOVE!!!

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I have spoken about my love of bathroom goodies before, well the Soho Grand have the best from the amazing Malin + Goetz – I adored my rum shampoo and body wash, and I have to admit I sneakily brought my set home with me.

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The Soho Grand also has one of the quirkiest mini bars I have ever seen, I seriously was worried I would get the munchies and need these gummy bears.

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I have to give it to the Soho Grand I haven’t raved about a hotel so much in a long time. I loved my short trip to New York and in-part that was because the hotel was so amazing. There is so much more to this hotel that I didn’t get to explore, like you can have a complimentary goldfish to look after during your stay, I would have loved the time to take the bikes out, or even enjoy a beauty treat at the Privé Salon maybe I can do that on my next visit.

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One last thing that more hotels should take note of, the Soho Grand offers free wi-fi throughout, which for me is a must as I use my smartphone all the time, and generally my laptop is near by.

Sep 30 2011

NYC Adventure: HTC Snapshots From New York

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I know my blog has seemed a little like HTC have sponsored me *they haven’t by the way*, I just can’t help the fact I have so many cool things to share from my short press trip with them to New York. One of the things I love to do is take pictures, I took a lot with my new Olympus camera *more to come on this bad boy*, but I am also an avid mobile phone camera user and this post is dedicated to all the amazing snaps I took with my new HTC Evo 3D that I was gifted to capture the launch. Please note there are no funky 3D ones below as I had to covert them to 2D so you could see them.

My first snap of course had to be of the awesome HTC 3D phone, well that would have been hard to snap so the box will have to do. I have to admit the Evo is heavier than my Blackberry and did take me a little time to get used to the touch-screen, but I am happy with the pics I got. I just wish I had been a bit more adventurous and used all the amazing picture effects the phone comes with, something my BB doesn’t do, the HTC makes the pics look a bit like Instagram, the vintage mode is quite cool.

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This shot was a cool 3D snap outside the Soho Grand, yep the hotel has its own bikes that you can hire, the weather wasn’t quite up to it but on a hot day it would be a great way to explore Soho.

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The Meatpacking District was one of my favourite areas, strangely enough I had never been there on my previous visits, maybe that is what made it more enjoyable. It kind of has an East London vibe to neighbourhood, I love the mix of high-end boutiques next to retro-style shops and here you can eat whatever you like as the restaurants cater for everything. A big highlight for me was the quirky artwork on the walls as well as the architecture I do love the converted warehouse look.

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The Standard, New York seemed to be the centre point for most of our activities that day, it was just round the corner from the launch, so when we were early we nipped into The Standard Grill for breakfast, I met my trusty doggies and had my first sighting of KAWS’ Companion, and was a great opportunity to get to know all the other journos from across Europe.

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Next up was the launch, instantly I knew it was going to be a grand affair as we were greeted with this gorgeous flower scene at the entrance to the High Line Stages.

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After the launch we headed over in the rain to Phillip Chow’s amazing restaurant, and on the way I spotted this fire station and I just loved the mural on the door. Oh and I also spotted Barbie’s logo beckoning down from FAO Schwartz, even in the rain it is unmistakable.

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The lunch was amazing, a little rushed, but so much food that all tasted amazing. I loved the chicken satay.

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After lunch we headed over to the HTC Inspiration Tour, which I have already done to death probably, but here are a few snaps from the area and the gang waiting for the hunt to begin.

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Next up was a quick stop back the hotel, drinks and then back to the High Line for the celeb-packed bash. First up I have to share the fabulous Louboutins hanging up in the bar at the Soho Grand Hotel, and then a few pap snaps I took of Leighton Meester chatting to her pal and Charlize Theron.

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Also I couldn’t resist snapping Leighton Meester’s amazing Burberry heels, seriously high, seriously cool, now if only I could afford them!!!

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The day after and quite frankly amazingly hangover free I had a free day, which included a trip to see the lovely Rebecca Minkoff *that strangely I didn’t snap one pic*, I checked out the Daphne Guinness exhibition, went to Times Square well Toys R Us is there and I needed a Barbie, I also stopped by Hard Rock Cafe for another teddy and just had fun before my flight home.

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For more candid snaps go to my Facebook where I have added a new album ‘HTC Snapshots From New York’.

Sep 28 2011

NYC Adventure: HTC Inspiration Tour – Part 3 – Charlotte Ronson

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The fifth and final host on the HTC Inspiration Tour was the very down-to-earth and quite poorly fashion designer Charlotte Ronson. Such a trooper though as she just wrapped up warm in her own designed parka jacket from her spring/summer 2011 collection, as she sat waiting for each group to come by on the High Line. Not only did I love her parka, yes I am someone who loved the 90s, I also love how she couldn’t go without a little glamour, working her own black laced ankle booties from her Resort 2011 collection.

Grundy vs pretty is a great look – LOVE!!

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Charlotte was sweet in talking about how her musical family, if you didn’t know she is the sister of Mark and Samantha Ronson, inspires her work she even went onto tell us that Samantha created a mixtape that inspired one of her collections. It was also interesting getting insight into how she juggles her main line collection that just showcased spring/summer 2012 during New York Fashion Week, as well as her on-going collaborations with JCPenney, a new beauty line that just recently launch into Sephoria and her expansion into Asia.

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I have to admit I wish I had more time with her, would have been interesting to know more about the celebrity influences on her collection, not only from her own fame but also how much it helps a brand like hers when famous pals include Kelly Osbourne and Nicole Richie wear her designs.

It was nice to hear her inspirations for her spring/summer 2012 collection, which she described as more “lady like” than previous collections with a lots of Victorian influences in the detailing such as covered fabric buttons and lace, which contrasted nicely with the seventies bohemian vibe of crop tops, patchwork denim and “cute florals”. When talking about her collection she was so passionate it was inspiring to hear, I think some have the feeling that she works off her ‘Ronson’ name but I think that couldn’t be further away from the truth. From just a short meeting it is obvious that Charlotte is driven and works very hard on her line.

I did ask whether we would ever see her show during London Fashion Week, and it doesn’t look like it would happen as New York is very much her base. It would be nice to get the brand more recognition here in the UK, especially as she doesn’t have a press team here, but Charlotte didn’t say no to one day doing something here. Maybe one day I will be able to attend her show at NYFW.

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As well as having a great chat Charlotte also gave us all a copy of her Spring ’12 runway mix created for her by Samantha Ronson. I love it so much especially track 7 –  Rolling in the Fire by Adele/John Legend a special S.Ronson mix. Very cool keepsake from such a fabulous day.

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It was also great to see Charlotte feeling a little better and all glammed up at the HTC Rhyme launch party. She looked stunning in her black three-quarter sleeve lace vintage dress, teamed with coral strappy heels. I just love how she is still rocking the same very cool, uber-unstyled bun in her hair and friendship bracelets.

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