Rupert kicked off his handmade Eastern
European tennis shoes and sat down to a feast of frankfurters boiled in ramen
It was one of his favourite creations—so much so he’d given it
pride of place in his self-published book of hotdog recipes (‘No buns, no fun’)
courtesy of a pull-out centrefold.
Rupert had sunk a lot of his parent’s money into this book. He
knew he had their unquestioning support but he knew they’d be disappointed if
it didn’t do the figures he’d presented during the
pitch in their living room.
Luckily he’d saved a fair amount on
production costs by doing all his own photography. He’d done a half GCSE in photography
some years back and it showed.
The larger frankfurter
emerging from the soup, tinier hotdogs crawling all over it like they were
suckling from invisible processed pork nipples?
Brooklyn Beckham Covers Miss Vogue - a little preview of the question and answer session
<p><b><p></b> <b>Q:</b> What would be your perfect road trip?<p/><b>A:</b> I'd love to go on a bike trip with my dad and his biker mates along the East Coast.<p/><b>Q:</b> Most starstruck moment, ever?<p/><b>A:</b> I felt very humble when my parents took me to meet Stephen Hawking <p/><b>Q:</b> Who are your male style heroes? <p/><b>A:</b> James Dean and Steve McQueen <p/><b>Q:</b> Whose style advice do you trust most - your mum's or your dad's?<p/><b>A:</b> Both! My mum knows a lot about fashion, but obviously I listen to my dad as he has great style and we share clothes<p/><b>Q:</b> Do you know what you want to do for a career when you leave school?<p/><b>A:</b> I love football, but I'm also very passionate about photography and film. I'm keeping my options open right now<p/><b>Q:</b> Do you want to go to university?<p/><b>A:</b> Yes, I'm hoping to study art and photography in the US, once I have finished my A Levels<p/></p><p/></p>
A recent trip for Jon Mortimer bought him to our Dawson Denim workshop for his personal film and photography project “The Workshop” which features independent makers. Here are some of the fantastic images he caught of us.
Jon Mortimer now based in Berlin first picked up a camera when he was thirteen. A Kodak Disc camera given to him by his my Mum and Dad. He has since worked with great photographers like “Annie Leibovitz, Patrick Demarchelier, Tim Brett Day, Corinne Day and David Sims. From Click Jon moved on to the world of freelance assisting and then took the leap into his own world of Photography thanks to the help and belief of Lulu Anderson, then of The Saturday Telegraph Magazine. Jon now works for The Independent, The Observer, Der Spiegel, Intersection, Vanity Fair and various advertising clients.”
One song - Love Will Have Its Sacrifices by Soles (recently binge watched Carmilla - the web series - and it’s fantastic)
Two movies - watched The Pianist recently and it was v good, also watched Angels and Demons which was so full of conspiracy theories. Dan Brown must lead an intense life.
Three TV shows - Elementary, Criminal Minds and Empire.
Four people - mum, dad, my sister Annabel (just turned 15!) and… I guess Lucy for tagging me in this post? :)
Five books - this is really hard… I’ll say Skin Game by Jim Butcher (the latest Dresden Files book, loved it), The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater (an all time fave author), Throne of Glass by Sarah J Maas (seriously go read it!), If I Stay by Gayle Forman (heartbreaking) and To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before by Jenny Han.
LITERALLY JUST IMAGINE FUCKING TEDDY LUPIN DECKED OUT IN HIS HUFFLEPUFF ROBES WITH THE HEAD BOY BADGE ON IT WITH HIS HOT BLUE HAIR AND THIS BIG BOY SEVENTEEN YEAR OLD SMIRK AND SMILE AS HE CROSSES HIS ARMS AND WATCHES LITTLE ELEVEN YEAR OLD JAMES SIRIUS POTTER BRAVELY WALK TO THE HAT AND SIT DOWN AND HEARING THE VOICE RING OUT GRYFFINDOR. AND TEDDY POUTS AND GOES ‘DAMN’ BUT HE WATCHES PROUDLY AS HIS YOUNGER FREAKIN BROTHER RELATED OR NOT WALKS TO THE GRYFFINDOR TABLE AND SITS DOWN WITH AN AWE FILLED FACE. AND HE WHIRLS AROUND TO WAVE FRANTICALLY AT TEDDY AND TEDDY GRINS AND WAVES BACK AND STICKS HIM A THUMBS UP BECAUSE ‘GOOD JOB, JAMES. MUM AND DAD’LL BE PROUD.’
Teddy calls Harry dad one day and he doesn’t really know what to say.
Teddy Lupin crying when someone accidentally lets it slip that his biological parents are dead. He’s 4 and the thought never occurred to him that Ginny and Harry weren’t actually his parents. Harry holds him until he stops crying.
They figure out that now’s good a time as any to bring out old photos of Remus and Tonks. They substitute bedtime with any old stories they remember from their Hogwarts days.
“I can still call you Mum and Dad right?”
Harry and Ginny waiting until Teddy’s about 6 years old to start having their own kids.
Sirius’ spoiling godfather nature is evident in Harry because he spoils the boy beyond belief.
When James Sirius is born, Teddy vows to protect him and be the best brother ever.
The first couple of months after they bring him home from the hospital are pure murder. Harry asks, “How do you turn him off?!”
One day when Harry and Ginny are too tired to function, James Sirius begins his crying routine. Teddy walks by the room before he gets too loud and starts changing his hair color among other things. Harry comes into the room to see Teddy leaning into James’ crib with the latter laughing for the first time ever.
Edward Remus Lupin is sorted into Hufflepuff without a moment of hesitation from the sorting hat.