I photographed Nigella for The Mail on Sunday colour magazine. It was styled by the fabulous Damian Fox. The room set was built in pale grey, with a table and a vase of red roses. Damien broughta vast selection of amazing fitted black dresses and props, plus a pair of red patent shoes that had the highest heels I’d ever seen Nigella put the shoes on and she literally had to hold on to the table to stop herself from falling over.When she saw the published artical, she said the photographs where great, but looked like a James Bond sexy spy, in this trenchcoat.
- Clive Arrowsmith is still shooting stunning images, staging exhibitions and is as passionate about photography as he was when he first pressed the shutter at The Paris Collections. He is available for global media opportunities related to his work and photography generally. Bespoke prints from Clive’s archive are also available by special request, for any enquiries (email Eugenie here). Clive’s book Arrowsmith: Fashion, Beauty & Portraits is available here and Lowry at Home: Salford 1966 is available here
She’s so beautiful in this photo it gives me vertigo – she’s certainly one of the most beautiful in the world.
I just can’t believe this is Nigella if it is then she was in her early 50’s wasn’t she? Please confirm that this portrait really is Nigella in her early 50’s. She is No. 1 beauty on earth.
Yes it absolutely is, check my website main website http://www.clivearrowsmith.com for additional info.