....well not me, but food that I styled. It was fascinating to be on a fashion shoot. Photographer Michel Comte is vraiment Artiste, and the clothes, elegantly styled by Ayako Yoshida were exquisite. I loved just being in proximity to such fine garments; the detail, the tailoring (sigh). The models were very pretty. Some so young and sweet. Jamie Dean was the talented set designer on the job. Megan Gray of Honey and Poppies did the glorious, over-the-top flowers.
The food was prepared by various chefs: Ori Menashe of Bestia did the charcuterie for the punk scenario, Genevieve Gergis, also of Bestia did the dessert for the Baroque scene. Valerie of Valerie Confections supplied the panna cotta for the Italo-deco set, the lovely Kuniko Yago of Hinoki and the Bird did the (duh) Japanese story and the folks from Love catering pitched in for the school house set-ups. Oh, and those beautiful loaves of bread? They're from Roan Mills! What did I do? What I always do. I made sure the food looked delectable.
It's hard to get your hands on a copy of Italian Vogue, but you can check out this super pretty video.