Fashion in the Farmyard

PUBLISHED: 10:44 15 January 2010 | UPDATED: 16:33 20 February 2013

Waistcoat (£295.99), T-shirt (£39.99), Leggings (£25) all by All Saints available at Selfridges, necklace (£39.99) bracelets (£29.99 and £19.99) from Selfridges jewellery department, shoes (model’s own). Model - Molly S.

Waistcoat (£295.99), T-shirt (£39.99), Leggings (£25) all by All Saints available at Selfridges, necklace (£39.99) bracelets (£29.99 and £19.99) from Selfridges jewellery department, shoes (model’s own). Model - Molly S.

Shot on location in Meriden at the smallholding belonging to Mick and Yvonne Greenwood. Mick and Yvonne have recently purchased a five acre smallholding on which they are setting up a self sufficiency permaculture.

Shot on location in Meriden at the smallholding belonging to Mick and Yvonne Greenwood. Mick and Yvonne have recently purchased a five acre smallholding on which they are setting up a self sufficiency permaculture.



Photographer: Issac Newman


Photographers assistant: Ike Newman



Isaac Newman is based in Bewdley, Worcestershire. Recent commissions include work for Oli fashion trends and Sony Eriksson Run to the Beat campaign for the London half marathon. He had been planning this shoot for six months. The styling of the sheep was intended as a humorous way of echoing how people use their animals as fashion accessories on the high street. More pictures from the shoot can be seen at www.isaac.uk.com



Stylist: Frances Parker, www.francesparker.co.uk


Make up: Bridget Mandy Taylor, www.bridgetmandytaylor.co.uk


Hair: Anne Veck of Bicester and Oxford, www.anneveckhair.com



Annes avant garde collections featuring hair extensions have won a range of awards including Winner of the Alternative Hair Visionary Award 2004, Finalist in the British Hairdressing Awards Avant Garde Hairdresser of the Year 2007 and 2009. Anne is also International Artist of the Year 2006/07 for the UK's largest extensions brand, American Dream.



Catering: Yvonne Greenwood. All food used was grown and made in her own back garden including flowers such as the spicy nasturtium.



Animal wrangler: Mick Greenwood.

Most Read

Latest from the Warwickshire Life