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Bye Bye 2013 Hello 2014: Part 1

Another year comes and goes…and I take some time out to remember what an amazing, bumper adventure it has been…As there are a lot of photographs, I have decided to split this post into 2 parts… JANUARY Hubby is posted to Hong Kong for his work so we make the BIG move from London to Hong Kong! I restructure my business to be based out of Hong Kong and it's all systems go! …starting with putting together and styling my 1st photoshoot in Hong Kong… FEBRUARY After 20 years of long hair, it's back to the bob! Goodbye to pony tails, buns and Heidi braids. Now I just wash and go! Chinese New Year (click here for the blog ...

Joyce Style Icon

I was recently invited by Joyce to show how I would style and wear some fall winter pieces as part of their Joyce Style Icon online campaign. This Proenza Schouler silk box pleat dress is really me – the perfect day to night little black dress. The Marni mini satchel style shoulder bag adds a splash of colour and teamed with platform loafers creates a casual, sporty luxe vibe. Just switch the accessories to heels and a clutch bag for an evening look. Elizabeth wears: dress, Proenza Schouler (Joyce); bag, Marni (Joyce); sunglasses, Linda Farrow; platform loafers, ITHK. Click here to vote for this outfit The catwalks were awas...

Mixing It Up…

It's hot in the 852 so it was crazy to be shooting the fall winter collections today. Here's a sneak peek of the shoot…more to be revealed tomorrow… Elizabeth wears: jumper, Phillip Lim; skirt, Toga; sunglasses, Marni – all available from Joyce. Shoes, Stephen Venezia. Join me… FACEBOOK – TWITTER – INSTAGRAM www.elizabethlau.com

Throwback Thursday Video

Throwback Thursday…rewind back in time to our summer 2012 video art directed and styled by me…featuring the gorgeous Annie Monroe of indie US girl group The Like. Join me… FACEBOOK – TWITTER – INSTAGRAM www.elizabethlau.com
Categories: Design, London, Styling, Video

Couldn’t Wake Up But Had To Go Go

I overslept and was very late for a brunch date. So what did I wear? My boyfriend jeans and white t-shirt – a classic, no need to iron, fail safe ensemble. Accessories jazz up this simple look. I wore these vintage 1960s sunglasses which I bought from the Haight district in San Francisco last year. When I travel, I always scour the local boutiques to get to know the local designers and end up picking up something unique. My souvenirs are always something wearable. There is no brand name but it's hand made in France. I'm hoping they might be a sample for Paco Rabanne or Courreges. I wear this cherry bakelite necklace so often...