We hosted an Andrew Scott photoshoot for the Evening Standard
Sometimes celebrities like to swan in, act all aloof, take some photos and leave. Andrew came very early on a Monday morning, but he brought coffee, croissants and the loveliest team, so we forgive him.
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Publication: The Evening Standard Magazine
Photography: Tung Walsh
Styling: Gary Armstrong
Le Pustra – Dark Beauty Magazine
Le Pustra is Vaudeville’s darkest muse and one of Prangsta’s favourite style icons. A strange and compelling character, Le Pustra is an international performance artist best known for his avant garde, romantic style – his distinctive flamboyant yet dreamlike look compliments the Prangsta style no end and no one wears Prangsta quite like Pustra does.
Kate Moss in Esquire Magazine
Prangsta was approached to dress Kate Moss for an Esquire Magazine cover shoot. We were told that Kate only wears a garment if she likes it herself. We are glad she approved of this showgirl costume .The showgirl has since proven to be one of our most popular pieces and we now have a variety of them in store in a range of colours and designs with matching plumed headpieces to match.
Hot on the heels of Sam Branson and Isabella Calthorpe’s magical African engagement bash, came the next instalment of their fantasy-inspired celebrations: This time, their wedding in ‘some enchanted grove’.
There are few people we have enjoyed dressing more than when we transformed Richard Branson into Robin Hood with a pointy peaked cap!
Guests also included Prince Harry dressed a ginger fox, long standing Prangsta client Rob da Bank dressed as a bumblebee, Princess Beatrice, Princess Eugenie, and Brian Cox.
Ballet and dance entertainment provided by Roynon Dance Swanmore, also dressed by Prangsta Costumiers.