Photography by Becky Siegel.
Becky Siegel Photography/Taryn Winters Lingerie/Clara Jasmine Jewelry/Paris FW17.
Shooting with the incredible Daniel Rosenthal and the out of this world beauty Elliot Sailors.
Jade Kharis Sheer Bodysuit.
Jasmin long line and Kharis thong in Jade.
Kharis black bespoke demi bra.
Kharis black bespoke garter belt.
Summer camp, fishing boats, and cool water. Photography by Becky Siegel.
Debut of the Fall/Winter 17 collection for Taryn Winters Lingerie at New York Fashion Week
Little moments from behind the scenes of the RAW New York Showcase this January.
Photography: Mike Monoghan.
Stylist: Alyssa Blanco
Model: Abigail Vansteenberhe
Images from a recent shoot with photographer Tony Ellis
Looking back at some pictures with She Hit Pause Studios and Model Flávia Dias. We took the train up to Beacon, NY and spent the day playing with nature and light.
Photos from our shoot in the Secret Garden. Photography by Monica True.
Creating a custom piece, and a shoot to follow.
Becky Siegel at work <3
A Little Taste Of South.
I recently went to Virgina to work with the amazing photographer Monica True, on an editorial taken in a "lost garden"....and I really was lost. Time stopped, and the shoot was breathtaking.
Here are some behind the scenes....
Stay tuned for the final photos!
Don't repeat this, I think Becky's roof is completely "off limits"…. but thats where all the fun is! We have been having amazing days out on roof, shooting lingerie and beauty and sipping sangrias. Actually the neighbors who got a great show had the sangria, but we won't tell if they dont.
The peely wall.
Our favorite place to shoot! Happens to be on the neighbors side, but they poitley ignored us while we eyed that sangria.
Flipping through old journals, found a favorite "collection".
When I began to research the different dynasties of Chinese history and the different styles of pottery that individualized each ruler of China, I was immediately inspired by them all. Honestly, there could be entirely new ideas for a collection from each. So to stay focused, I drew from each period in history and illustrated it through the blue and white porcelain style of the Tang Dynasty.
This is my girl working the runway with the garment I was told before I even made, "would not be a candidate"…..OOPS!!