CANDICE LAKE is a London-based Photographer, Blogger and Model, who regularly contributes to Vogue UK, Vogue Australia, Glamour UK along with many other publications.

Candice has been featured in:
Vogue US, Italian Vogue, W Magazine, Vogue Australia, Vogue Spain, New York Times, Marie Claire US, Allure, Harpers Bazaar, etc...

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So long, long summer denim days…  
It was 4 degrees in London today, that is some serious business in Autumn… I think I may have seen snow out my window, just for a second, and despite everyone thinking I have gone crazy… I swear I saw it.
So in loving memory of long summer  days… and dreams of Australian beach days… here are few pretty ladies wearing my favourite summer attire  - dirty stone wash denim.
Milla Solchaga for Glamour
Gaia Repossi, might have to be the coolest smart girl I shot all NY fashion week.
She just collaborated with Joseph Altuzarra and Alexander Wang to do all their jewellery for their SS11 collections, she has a doctorate in archeology, she is the artistic director of family business and she is only 24!
Even in these towering Celine shoes - she looks so effortless, like she just rolled out of bed and looked like that. 
Gaia in Vogue
Natasha Magariel is an artist.
I shot her in the Lower east Side, NYC, for Vogue.She was standing on the street smoking cigarettes.  She very reluctantly let me take her photo when I almost got on my knees to beg and then told me her style is inspired by English romantic artist, William Turner.
Clever, beautiful Natasha.
Tiernan and Lola Van Vorst, Soho NY
Rose Cordero, Alexander Wang show, NYC
I just watched the preview of Picture me, a new film by model Sara Ziff who I used to work with.  The film portrays the reality of what it is like behind the veil of bright lights and fabulous people.  
Perhaps it is from the years of walking in shows or the jet lag, although between all the excitement, there is a moment I feel for the girls in the club no one quite understands.