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Some things (and people) clearly improve with age. With that in mind, and in celebration of a giant 70 years on the high street, photographer Guy Aroch has shot Jacquetta Wheeler for an array of unreal campaign shots for Oxfam. That's right, we said Oxfam.
As part of his role as the charity's 2013 fashion patron, William Banks-Blaney (a.k.a, founder of the delectable WilliamVintage), is on a mission to change people's perception of charity shops. These campaign shots celebrate not only seven decades of good deeds, but also the creativity and beauty that vintage represents, at a charity-shop price point. Pre-loved, now re-loved, Oxfam's threads just became the hottest thing on our radar.
Photo: Courtesy of Oxfam
Idle Instagrammers and food-obsessives, take note. What does it take for your feed to be dubbed the best #foodporn in all of L.A.? The ingredients list would look a little something like this: 1 part bona fide culinary expertise, 2 tbsp serious photography skills, and a heaping cup of hungry followers. Put that all read
It's hard to believe another year is almost over. It seems like it was just last week we were sipping on Champagne, ringing in 2014. (Well, we are chronically late, and we were sipping bubbly last week.) Alas, all good things must come to an end. Looking back, 2014 was a big year for S.F.; you might even say it was one for read