Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Dive into a dreamy world where sugar and spice meet all things nice in my 60s-themed photoshoot

Inspired by the timeless charm of Priscilla Presley, and the cinematic works of Sophia Coppola and Quentin Tarantino this shoot captures the playful elegance and captivating allure of the decade. Relive the magic of the 60s with a modern twist, where classic beauty and retro chic come together in perfect harmony. Let this enchanting tribute transport you to an era of coquette charm and iconic style.

Sugar, spice and all things nice. This outfit is heavily inspired by the 60s with brightly coloured tights, over-the-top puffy sleeves and a high neck mini dress. I think this outfit is very sweet with the sleeves matching the cream on this adorable red velvet cake.

  • The dress is from Zara, the tights and shoes are from Primark and the blouse is from H&M

Things go better with Coke. This outfit really shows the fun and playful element of 60s fashion, it has the same base as the previous outfit but I added a vintage 50s denim circle skirt.

Love me Tender. This look is very inspired by the Sofia Coppola film ‘Priscilla’ with the soft pastel colour palette it really embraces the coquette feel of the film. This satin backless baby doll dress screams 60s to me, especially with the bow detail at the front.

  • The shoes are from Primark and the dress is from H&M


Blue Moon. This look is quite Sharon Tate-inspired with the turtleneck top and dark sixties mini dress. I love the all-blue look as I feel like coloured tights and monochrome are a vintage staple. I matched the baby pink shoes to the flowers in this photo to keep the dreamy Coppola element while staying flirty and fun like all the 60s It girls.



  • Hair and Make up – Maia Olusanya
  • Location – University of Sunderland Studios
  • Styling – Maia Olusanya
  • Model – Maia Olusanya
  • Photographer – Lucy Baker

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