Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > Greg Williams [2017]

Suki Waterhouse wants women to talk about their vaginas. She wants women to talk about their vaginas because, currently, it’s a topic of conversation so rare, that it’s actually killing us. In aid of this, Suki has joined forces with Lady Garden Campaign, which every year enlists a starry clutch of celebrity supporters to help publicize the little-discussed risks of gynaecological cancer. With a devastating mortality rate, the cancer kills 21 women a day. “If we talk about these things, eventually we will know what to do,” says Waterhouse. “I wanted to be part of creating that awareness.”

Alongside her co-campaigners Cara Delevingne, sister Chloe, and Naomi Campbell, Waterhouse has fashioned her own, bespoke Lady Garden T-shirt, emblazoned with a delicate shell and the words “Mi Concha”. If the issue the tee promotes is gravely serious, the inspiration around her design is more whimsical. “My sisters and I are always doing quick-fire rounds for different words for vagina, and this was a favourite. I wanted to go with themes of nature, and I thought using a shell would represent this. A shell is beautiful, delicate and natural, and can break easily if not cared for.”

Waterhouse argues that the awkwardness surrounding vaginas is instilled in girls from a young age—an experience that boys, perhaps, don’t share. “I remember at school talking with some friends, and saying we had ‘two holes’, and we got in trouble with the teachers,” she recalls. “So it was kind of ingrained in us that it was a private thing. And, in the classic British way of ‘keep calm and carry on,’ we never discussed things like Pap smears and other important issues that need to be discussed.”

So through knowledge, and normalization, Waterhouse hopes the bizarre taboo that surrounds female genitalia can be overcome. Because not only does it furnish the majority of teenage girls with the pervasive anxiety that they should not talk about their vaginas (when their male counterparts are encouraged to banter about their penises), it can end up killing too many women.

“Half the population has a vagina and a period and it’s still something that seems to be ‘embarrassing’ to talk about.”
SOURCE: Vanity fair



Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > Vogue US [2017]
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > Masha Maltsava [2017]
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > Luxury London [2017]

On September 08th, Suki attends Harper’s BAZAAR Celebration of “ICONS By Carine Roitfeld” at The Plaza Hotel in New York during the Fashion week. She wears a Alexander Vauthier asymmetric dress, her look was accessorized with a leather belt and pointed heels Enjoy!



Public Appearances > Events From 2017 > September 08th – Harper’s BAZAAR Celebrates ‘ICONS’
Public Appearances > Events From 2017 > September 08th – Harper’s BAZAAR Celebrates ‘ICONS’ – Sponsors
Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > Harper’s BAZAAR ICONS [2017]

Suki Waterhouse on a rare night off with GQ and Haig Club, the 25 year old joins Jack Guinness for drinks, dancing and just enough fun to feel refreshed the morning after. Enjoy!

Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > GQ [2017]

Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > Atelier Dore [2017]

Your style in three words.
Suki: Fluctuating and changing.

Is your wardrobe influenced by your experience in the cinema?
Suki: Because of the cinema, I have super ugly underwear … a lot of flesh colored thongs.

A reference figure in style?
Suki: There’s not one in particular. But I love women like Emma Stone, Sienna Miller or the Fanning Sisters who are always sublime.

The fashion piece of your dressing less practical ?
Suki: I have a lot of unpractical stuff that I can not separate. Frankly, transparent dresses, it’s not very practical, you really have to think about what you put underneath.

Tell us about your brand ‘Pop & Suki’. How did the idea come to you? How did it materialize ?
Suki: It all started off late at night. It’s been a year since the idea really got into my head. We thought about it, Poppy met our CEO Leo, and that’s where we got together.

As friends, do you ever get dressed the same? And what do you think of the friends who coordinate their outfits?
Suki: Once, we went out with the same outfit. We love to be assorted !

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Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > Architectural Digest [2017]

New Suki photoshoot for Harper’s Bazaar US magazine where she poses for the new Coach brand campaign with which she has been collaborating ever since. Very nice photoshoot! Enjoy!


Studio Photoshoots > Sessions & Outtakes > Harper’s Bazaar (US) [2017]
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