Corrie Bond

While searching for some inspiration for future photo shoots, I discovered fashion photographer, Corrie Bond. This UK-based photographer is widely known for her work for Marie Claire, In-Style and New York Times. Her work has an admirable feminine quality, and consistently conveys timeless beauty. Bond strategically manipulates natural light and dewy shadows to delicately graze her subject matter. Through her compositions and editing style, Bond’s photographs whisper a soft, vintage feeling. Her editorials are light, breathtaking and a visual treat. Take a peak at her stunning work below and visit her website to see more work.

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The Camera Collection

Happy Monday! Start your week off by checking out this fun video that features a collection of  different camera models throughout history!

 

 

Pascal Shirley

Loving these free spirited moments captured by photographer Pascal Shirley. They inspire us to explore new places and meet new people. Excuse me while I grab my camera and go have an adventure.

Wild Pulp

We recently came across the wonderful work of Wild Pulp. Created by Christopher Owen Smith, Wild Pulp is photographic work created with hand-cut paper templates and natural materials for the eco sensitive home, woodland / wildlife themed nursery, down-to-earth cabin and lodge. Take a look at some of our favorites!

 


Kinfolk Magazine

Kinfolk, a guide for small gatherings, is a lovely treatise to a simpler way of life. It envelopes you in a world where people still bake cookies from scratch and use paper maps. This printed magazine is filled with beautiful photography and insightful articles focused on the topic of gathering together with both friends and strangers alike. It includes interviews with noted artists, reviews of small shops, recipes for delicious food, and thoughts on getting back to our roots. It also includes the work of two photographers that we have featured on Florence & Millie, Leo Patrone and Tec Petaja! You can watch a beautiful video on their philosophy here. Though it may occasionally get a bit hipster, we absolutely love this magazine.

Sessun

Sessun is a French brand founded by fashion designer, Emma Francois. The heavily vintage inspired silhouettes and prints delightfully compliment the small details and mixture of textures, giving the clothing a classical, yet urbanized vibe. Aside from the great cuts and quality this brand has to offer, their look books are to die for. The photography is absolutely phenomenal, an inspiration and totally completes the vision of the brand. The combination of the simplistic styling, brightly colored backgrounds and musty overlay truly bring out and showcase the garments of Sessun. Enjoy a visit to their website here and view their 2012 look book below!

Anna Szczekutowicz

Though Anna Szczekutowicz may be from the Jersey shore, her photography is anything but sleezy and bright orange. Her dreamy portraiture has a definite fashion feel to it, which is what initially drew me in. Her ability to express both the beauty of women as well as the beauty of the natural world, is absolutely breathtaking. We love her work, and hope that you do to!

Florence & Millie Relaunch Party!

As many of you know, back in May we held a relaunch party for Florence and Millie here in Savannah. We thought we’d finally share about it with those who weren’t able to make it. The party was an amazing success! It was held to bring a personal connection to the blog. There was amazing artwork displayed by local artists, food made by our very own Kat Lucas, fun games, and a photo booth! There was also a raffle with different prizes offered to the attendees that included a tie from Hack and Hue, an independent tie shop out of Brooklyn, NY and illustrations from Heather Pullen.

A big highlight of the evening was a performance by the Milk Factory Bandits. Their southern twangy soul filled the room with warmth and good thoughts. You can listen to more of their music at here!  
Thank you so much to Jen, Melissa, and Alexis for taking photos and video, and of course a big thank you to everyone who came to the party!


Imagination Photography

Today I am very excited to share with you the work of my dear friends Janie and John Yoder of  Imagination Photography. Based out of Goshen, Indiana, this couple make it their mission to capture true love through creatively beautiful photographs. Although they do engagement and senior shoots, their focus is on taking exceptional wedding photos. With a style that is uniquely their own you can’t help but see why people are drawn to working with them. Their work is not only a reflection of genuine talent but also the love that these two have for each other.

Make sure you visit their blog to see their latest projects and enjoy!

This Modern Romance

Absolutely loving these beautiful photos from This Modern Romance. So elegant and dreamy. I basically spent all day looking through their photos and being inspired…Day well spent.

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