Hello guys, sorry its been such a long time since my last blog post, I have recently had a beautiful baby girl and she has stolen my heart, my time and all my attention for the last few months.
But at long last I am back with some exciting new jewellery and exciting projects that i’ll be working on for the next few months. So a couple of weeks ago I dipped my toe back in the pond when I hooked up with my long time friend and talented photographer Simon Richardson.
We planned a shoot to produce some new visuals for Bomani Woman look book and I have to say they are PHENOMENAL!
I had the pleasure of meeting model Ayla who is a good friend of Simon’s, I saw previous images of her in his portfolio I had to ask her to collab with us on this shoot, her bone structure is ridiculously striking and she killed it on set. She encompassed the strength and sensuality of a true Bomani Woman and Simon captured everything with every click of his camera.
The second model is my cousin-in-law Elouise a fresh faced beauty studying performing arts and this was her debut in the modelling world, and I have to say she really impressed us and I have no doubt that she will make a great name for herself within the industry.
So with all the great energy on set I had to join in the fun since I have been working hard in my ‘Buggyfit’ classes to get my body back into shape after my baby and could not resist an opportunity to get in front of the camera with Simon and Ayla.
So I hope you enjoyed looking at some of the behind the scenes images from my shoot, please leave me a comment below as I would love to hear what you think and the professional images by Simon Richardson will follow very soon.
This week see’s the release of Episode 2 of the ‘Who is she? Bomani Woman’ series and I am excited to introduce my gorgeous sister Nicquel Jackson.
She is a model and co-founder of The Curl People who celebrate self-love and diversity – Everything curly, coily and beautiful.
This 5’9″ beauty worked her magic on set for my new jewellery campaign featuring our Victory earrings. Make-up artist Sarah Elizabeth enhanced Nicquel’s stunning look with natural make-up to ensure her beautiful freckles and glowing skin shown through. It was a proud moment to see my little sister bring to life the fierceness of a Bomani Woman™.
Jewellery is more then body adornment, it is a personal style, an expression of who we are and a way of life. I want you to meet some of the people who make up our Bomani Tribe™ and bring our jewellery collections to life.
So allow me to introduce Nicole who features in our new jewellery campaign: VICTORY
She is a model/actress from London with Indian and Israeli descent, her beauty is mesmerising and her inner glow shines bright through her smile. I was really excited to work with her and see her come alive in front of the camera.