"We pay attention to details so people pay attention to YOU!"
First and foremost, please read all of our profile information
before contacting us. In fact, that's how you'll find out the best way to reach us.
Keep up to date with the latest news on our facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/PeacockBlueDesignStudio.
After a long history of making outrageous ornamental pieces without a proper retail outlet, Peacock Blue Design Studio finally opened its online accessories boutique at www.peacock-blue.com
back in June of 2005. We create fabulous hats, braided headpieces, wigs, headdresses, neckpieces gloves, boas and more for the individual who wants to be noticed.
LOANING OUR DESIGNS:
If you really want to use our pieces in a photoshoot, one guaranteed and easy way to make that happen is to purchase our one-of-a-kind designs
We welcome photo submissions from our clients and happily share them in the website customer gallery and on our social media pages. If we really like your work we might even consider some collaborative ventures with you in the future.
If you can't afford the pieces you want to photograph, we may consider a loan under very strict conditions involving a signed contract (with regard to damage, return, credits, etc.), a copy of a valid government-issued photo ID, a deposit to cover the full retail purchase value of the pieces, and a rental fee we retain from the deposit based on 30% of the total retail value of the pieces.
Everything we make is one-of-a-kind
and must be fit for sale following the shoot; materials don't grow on trees, so we need to be able to sell the pieces to keep the shop going and make more fabulous things.
On occasion we look for exceptional and unique models for various shoots, projects and runway shows to promote our boutique. We are always interested in collaborating with photographers, stylists and MUA/Hs who have extensive publication experience with, and can show tear sheets for, commercial and fashion photography.
Items are only loaned to photographers who are commissioned by or submitting to publications and will have an experienced stylist on the team that meets our approval. Otherwise, the designer must be available to accompany the pieces to make sure they are styled appropriately and remain intact. If she is investing time to style a shoot, the images absolutely must be submitted for publication
. Time is her most valuable commodity, and she has no interest in spending it just developing pretty portfolio images.
If we schedule a shoot or propose doing a shoot, we absolutely require good communication. If something happens and the plans need to change or the shoot has to be postponed, you need to let us know because reading minds isn't one of our skills.
We will NOT allow any behind-the-scenes (BTS) shots or selfies to be posted on social media for submission shoots. Many publications will not accept images for a spread if people have posted BTS shots on the internet. It would be a shame to have all that money, time, and hard work go to waste; so, we'd rather be safe then sorry.
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Please be patient if you don't receive a response right away. When we're in full-swing production mode, we may not have time to answer general e-mails unless you're already on our calendar of projects. Most of the work is done by a one-woman design machine wearing many hats and juggling projects left and right.
- Skin Two Magazine, Issue No. 66 (page 23 of their Fashion Section; tear sheet is available upon request)
- Cynical Magazine, March 2014
- Giuseppina Magazine, February 2014
- Elegant Magazine, February 2014
- Tenebrous Magazine, February 2014
- Dark Beauty Magazine, January 9, 2014 http://www.darkbeautymag.com/2014/01/fo … or-vasara/
- Ellements Magazine, January 2014/Vol. 2 Issue (pages 12-15)
- Gothconvergence Fashion Show, 2008
- Vogue Italia, October 2006 Issue (page 152)
- Skin Two Magazine, Issue No. 50 (Cover)
- Marquis Magazine, Issue No. 32
- Philadelphia Fusion Fashion Show
- New York City Fashion Show at Avalon
- Philadelphia Vesago Fashion Show at Emerald City
- Elegy Magazine, Issue No. 39 (Cover and Interview)
- Elegy Iberica Magazine, Issue No. 2 (Cover)
- Gothic Beauty Magazine, Issue No. 20 (Cover and Interview)