Monday, 23 May 2016



Photographer: Fred Jacobs
Stylist: Alvin Stillwell
Model: Sam Laskey @ Ford models
Hair and Make-up: Simon Rihana @ Art Department
Brands: Teatum jones, Schai, Booker nyc, Dries van noten, Yllin

Saturday, 21 May 2016

Nippori Street - Tokyo Fabric Town

In March 2016 I traveled off to Japan for a little adventure! I have so many images to share but first I would love to share with you the best place for textiles in Tokyo; Nippori Fabric Town. This is the place to go for fashion designers, , tailors, clothing creators, seamstresses or anyone who loves crafts or DIY. 
This area is so big you could spend a whole day looking around I am certain I missed so many shops but I sure did leave with some lovely gems. 

This shop is full of lovely jerseys, wool and cotton. 

Tomato - there are around 3 of these they can't be missed, you can pretty much find everything you need fabric wise in Tomato but they are specific. One is full off general fabrics, selection of lace and trims.
Another is for interior textiles and the last one which is 5 floors maybe I can't remember is full of fashion textiles, you can pretty much find anything here but be ware it is very busy in the main one. 

This some of my finds from Tokyo, all things for YLLIN AW16 collection!!

Friday, 20 May 2016

Free Her - Lucy's Magazine

Photography – Adam James Richardson
Stylist – Lenita Visan
Mua & Hair – Paul Rogers using By Terry & Oribe
Model – Olga A @MandP
Retouch – Adam James Richardson @Loveretouch

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Clearance Sale

Hello, Yllin is having a clearance sale on the ETSY SHOP  
Here is some current pieces keep watching there will be more added :)


Wednesday, 13 April 2016


Excited to share with you all Bedroom Stereotypes styled and directed by Lenita Visan, Bedroom Stereotypes is a photo series for the Diversity Now 2016 competition in association with I-D Magazine. 

A few Yllin pieces where styled amazingly in Lenita's shoot take a look below. 

You can see the whole story here BEDROOM STEREOTYPES.
Photographer was Napat Gunkham