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Churche – Via la Moda

May 31, 2018

Via-la-Moda

It feels like I haven’t posted a Churche shoot up on my blog in a long time so I’m really amped to share this lookbook that we created a little while back for Via la Moda. This shoot was also used to create a magazine for them, my first ever glossy magazine that has gone to print that I shot from cover to cover! It was so awesome receiving a copy and paging through it, seeing your work in print is a pretty amazing and real feeling.

Below you will find images from the whole lookbook. Adi and I worked really hard on this project and we’re so happy with how it turned out. Once again if there are any brands out there, big or small that are keen to work with us, please drop me a mail. All the projects that we shoot we conceptualise, art direct and produce ourselves, so all you would have to do is show us what you would like shot and we’ll do all the rest.

Here is my email address: angie@luckypony.co.za

Photographer/Art Director: Angie Batis Durrant

Stylist: Adi Koen

Model: Amy Harrison

Make-up: Christine Pearse

If you missed some of our other shoots, just click here.

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Churche, FASHION, photography

Koco Bino – Churche

November 8, 2017

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A couple of months ago Churche (Adi and I) shot a Summer campaign for a local kiddies clothing label called Koco Bino. This little boutique makes the sweetest outfits for kids and babies and has everything from casual to christening wear as well as baby accessories.

We wanted to create a series that was playful and colourful, but still sophisticated just like the brand and I really like how these photos came out! On the day we did have to listen to ‘Let It Go’ quite a few times to get some of these tykes to perform, but it was totally worth it.

Have a look at let us know what you think and if anyone is looking to meet up with Adi and I to chat about a job, just drop me a mail and we’ll come with doughnuts in hand!

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Churche, FASHION, photography

Churche – Peek

October 17, 2017

Churche - Peek

I’m so excited to show you guys the entire series that we (Churche) shot for a great initiative called Peek created by the Craft and Design Institute to showcase beautiful products made locally in South Africa. Peek has an online store that stocks a lot of really cool products made by an array of people who are located all over South Africa from city centers to rural areas.

We wanted to do something different in order to showcase some of the items you can buy on the site, so we ordered a variety of things that we liked and we made outfits out of them to use in our shoot. We then got the beautiful Gladys Brown onboard and shot on the amazing grounds of Hertford Country Hotel.

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Churche, FASHION, photography

Daphne Accessories – Churche

May 2, 2017

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This year I promised myself that I would try to do as many shoots as I can with Adi under our label Churche. We love working with local labels, we love the time and effort that has been put into designing or creating what they have to offer and that’s why we were so excited to shoot these beautiful hand rolled scarves made by Daphne Accessories.

These locally manufactured scarves are designed by Danica, who is super sweet and really talented! I love her quirky designs because they are unlike anything I have ever seen before and they involve cats! Made in South Africa from Kashibo fabric with hand-rolled edges, these pieces will have you feeling super fancy in no time. Another awesome thing about Daphne Accessories is that all her scarves are limited edition pieces, so if you buy one you’ll be one of only a lucky few to have that specific print. How cool is that?!

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Gypsey Rose – Churche

July 11, 2016

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A while back Churche was asked by local label Gypsey Rose to shoot their look book for them and seeing as Adi and I love creating and shooting stuff just as much as we love eating Super C’s and Nik-Naks (we LOVE eating Super C’s and Nik-Naks), we jumped at the opportunity and photographed an array of clothing that is very different to the stuff that we have shot in the past.

Gypsey Rose makes very girly, pretty clothing that is loose fitting and super comfortable to wear, it’s made up of loads of patterns and so we wanted to shoot in an environment that was beautiful, by stark enough so that the clothing would stand out. We also wanted to create a couple of bold headpieces for our model to wear, to add a bit of fanciness to the shoot. These headpieces scratched the living daylights out of our hands whilst we were making them, but I they were worth it.

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