Fashion at Gosford

It’s been about 10 years since Monica and I did a shoot at the magnificent Gosford House and we’d forgotten just how incredible it is. I was curious enough to do a quick Wikipedia check on his history - here’s the condensed version...

It was built around 1790 and owned by the Wemyss family. During the Second World War the British Army occupied it, they had a party they led to a fire!

Not surprisingly the estates been used in some films and the series Outlander. As you can see from our pictures the wow factor when you walk in comes from the vast amount of marble that one of our models Julia described as looking like raspberry ripple!

Onto our models. We we’re delighted to be working with our red hair crush Julia and meet mother and daughter Tara and Chilli plus the beautiful Eilidh from colours model agency and let’s not forget Ali.

It was a fast moving shoot with plenty looks to get through, concentration was needed by Vixy and photographer Laura Meek’s part as they had to make quick decisions on where was best to shoot each outfit. I hope you enjoy our behind the scenes shots, please take a look at the Stewart Christie Instagram page to see the real deal or visit the shop to see all those fabulous clothes for yourself.  

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