Sunday, 25 July 2010

A very good audience...



One of the best things about Port Eliot is the questions from the audience; there were so many today that we kept talking afterwards. Needless to say, the audience was as stylish as always; the epitome of easygoing festival chic.

14 comments:

kairu said...

Sounds like a wonderful weekend. Thanks for the pics! I love your stripey top and your jacket with the unfinished edges, and, of course, the white camellia on the lapel.

Have just received an email from my dad reminding me that tomorrow is my mother's birthday and to buy her some white lilies. Will do that on the way home tomorrow!

enid said...

How I wish I could have been there. We are off to France next week. I have a bowl of poppies on my desk heralding Spring.

Stephen Pope said...

Your 'favourite photographer' has an eye for a memorable shot - particularly the picture of you holding Coco the themed dog, plus Grayson Perry et al. Some good photo-journalism there. I was worrying all weekend if you'd be able to pull off the coup de theatre of an out-of-season lapel Camellia without a Gulfstream to Kenya on standby...but should have known you'd manage it somehow.

It must feel like a very significant rite of passage to go public with the new book like that - really glad it went so well and in such fitting company.

Knitting Out Loud said...

All these wonderful photos!
The cover of your book is magnificent.

Lilacs In May said...

I'm so glad for you.

Je vous souhaite bonne chance avec le livre de Coco.

Abina said...
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Abina said...

Hi Justine,

I know this is very informal, but I couldn't find another way to reach you. Can I reach you by email about interviewing you for FabOverFifty.com, an online lifestyle, beauty, and fashion community for women over 50?

My name is LaToya Monah. I'm an intern with the company. You can reach me latoya@faboverfifty.com

Thank you so much!

Bex said...

Hope your book tour brings you to Edinburgh. Would love to talk to you about holding an event if you were coming up? Check out www.thecavesedinburgh.com and drop me an email at beckiesmith81@gmail.com if you'd be interested!! B

王建勳 said...

Lets cross the bridge when we come to it............................................................

Karen, Surrey said...

Port Elliot looks really interesting and I hope your book promotion is going well. I loved your jacket in the photos. Is it Chanel or just a tribute to...

李家黃喬盈榮 said...

真是太猛了,請受小弟一拜Orz(>O<)......................................................

秋珍雅昀 said...

Better say nothing than nothing to the purpose.............................................................

子吳吳豪 said...

Lets cross the bridge when we come to it............................................................

Justine Picardie said...

Thanks, belatedly, for the messages. In no particular order: best way to get in touch with me for events or interviews is via my publisher, Harper Collins -- Anna Gibson in the publicity department. Am hoping to get to Edinburgh, but not sure of dates yet. And yes, the frayed jacket was Chanel. I love the raw edges combined with the perfect tailoring.