The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides. True beauty in a woman is reflected in her soul. It’s the caring that she lovingly gives, the passion that she shows & the beauty of a woman only grows with passing years.”
Audrey could be talking about our favourite actress crush, Jenny Agutter – ballerina, railway child, mother superior and eternal fantasy girlfriend for many a discerning British male!
Jenny Agutter Goes to London Fashion Week in A Made in Britain, Bespoke LBD!
The Ethical Hedonist Magazine and Atelier Tammam took Jenny Agutter to London Fashion Week to talk eternal allure and Fashion Revolution, as the paparazzi clicked away, delighted to be in the midst of a real icon of British film, theatre and television.
Jenny Agutter Goes to London Fashion Week
Sigh over cheekbones you could dine off and soak up the kind of hundred mile an hour allure, poise and twinkling gravitas that only comes from an extraordinary life led in the spotlight. Jenny Agutter, star of Call the Midwife, Spooks, The Railway Children and Equus is one of our most beloved actresses and an eternal icon of style. Now she swaps her wimple, as serene, unflappable Sister Julienne, to be the muse of a worthy fellow icon of style, The Little Black Dress – only this time, it’s a little number Made in Bloomsbury, in super soft organic cotton!
The Perfect LBD for Hopping on The Routemaster to the Ballet at Covent Garden
We say it is the perfect dress for the modern girl about town. Jenny declares, “It’s marvellous! I love dressing up, but I don’t want to look as if I have tried too hard. I like to hop on the bus to Covent Garden and go and watch the ballet at The Royal Opera House.”
Lucy Tammam is the British fashion designer to watch. Lucy studied fashion at St Martin’s, where she was one of the first designers to embrace the idea of sustainable, slow luxury fashion. Now her Flight of Fantasy, form fitting lace gowns and ravishing, Mad Men, New Look, peace silk couture coats are admired as wonderful examples of couture tailoring by leading ladies such as Eleanor Tomlinson and Olivia Williams.
Think Emerald and Fashion Revolution
Emerald thinking is storming the fashion world, with Max Mara’s eco chic, retro, housewife coats and a new love affair with craftsmanship, authenticity and precious fabrics. Today, true luxury is all about storytelling! Watch this space for more news on Ms Tamman and Alison Jane reporting on Made in Britain Fashion.
Check out our beautiful teaser of a film. The Full version, with our editor, Alison Jane interviewing Jenny Agutter will be along soon!
Fashion Feature Credits
For more information 0n Atelier Tammam – www.tammam.co.uk
Fashion Reportage Photography – Alexandria Warren Hall www.a-h.photography.co.uk
Fashion Video – Filmed by Babis Petridis and Olympia Kappou
Edited by Olympia Kappou
Makeup – Vickie Ellis – www.vickie-ellis.co.uk
Hair Clifford and Dwight