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ANOUSKA BECKWITH

Anouska Beckwith is an English fine art photographer living in Paris and founder of the all-female artists’ collective World Wide Women.
For Anouska, feminine beauty is to be natural and at ease with yourself:
“I feel that beauty shines from within. We all have a light, an essence inside of ourselves and when we are our most happy its vibrancy shines through us like a beacon. When I capture an image my goal is to capture that essence.  That is what makes a photograph truly come alive.”

Anouska wears our Siam dress from the Spring Summer 2019 Collection.

She confesses she suffers from the “Golden Age Syndrome” and often feels she was
meant to be born in another time, her work echoing the pre-Raphaelites, or the
bohemian 60’s and 70’s. “The time periods I draw upon are ones that I either wish I had
lived in or have some affinity to. That is not to say I cannot create a fantasy all of my
very own.”

Anouska wears the Cairo Dress and Byblos coat from the Spring Summer 2019 Collection.

Anouska almost always shoots outdoors: “Nature is my religion and the earth is my church. I am completely in love with Mother Earth and all her incredible gifts she bestows upon us. She is mighty and powerful and soft and tender at the same time, a complete paradox in so many ways, but if you listen to her she can hold you and heal your spirit when it is lonely and offer you paradise in return.”

Anouska wears our Alysa strawberry pink dress from the Spring Summer 2019 Collection.

“Springtime is my favourite season, I adore the newly sprung buds of blossom and the unfurling green leaves after such a dormant introspective period. I always feel so hopeful and positive about the year at this time.”
However, she reminds us we need both light and dark to experience life fully and to embrace both sides of our nature; and is learning to take on the darker aspects of life as her greatest teachers, alongside her new role of mother with the birth of the light of her life, her daughter Luna.

Photographed by Claire O'keefe

ANOUSKA BECKWITH

Anouska Beckwith is an English fine art photographer living in Paris and founder of the all-female artists’ collective World Wide Women.
For Anouska, feminine beauty is to be natural and at ease with yourself:
“I feel that beauty shines from within. We all have a light, an essence inside of ourselves and when we are our most happy its vibrancy shines through us like a beacon. When I capture an image my goal is to capture that essence.  That is what makes a photograph truly come alive.”

Anouska wears our Siam dress from the Spring Summer 2019 Collection.

She confesses she suffers from the “Golden Age Syndrome” and often feels she was
meant to be born in another time, her work echoing the pre-Raphaelites, or the
bohemian 60’s and 70’s. “The time periods I draw upon are ones that I either wish I had
lived in or have some affinity to. That is not to say I cannot create a fantasy all of my
very own.”

Anouska wears the Cairo Dress and Byblos coat from the Spring Summer 2019 Collection.

Anouska almost always shoots outdoors: “Nature is my religion and the earth is my church. I am completely in love with Mother Earth and all her incredible gifts she bestows upon us. She is mighty and powerful and soft and tender at the same time, a complete paradox in so many ways, but if you listen to her she can hold you and heal your spirit when it is lonely and offer you paradise in return.”

Anouska wears our Alysa strawberry pink dress from the Spring Summer 2019 Collection.

“Springtime is my favourite season, I adore the newly sprung buds of blossom and the unfurling green leaves after such a dormant introspective period. I always feel so hopeful and positive about the year at this time.”
However, she reminds us we need both light and dark to experience life fully and to embrace both sides of our nature; and is learning to take on the darker aspects of life as her greatest teachers, alongside her new role of mother with the birth of the light of her life, her daughter Luna.

Photographed by Claire O'keefe