Girls about Peckham just an idea playing and forming around in my head teasing me, after many thoughts on how to share the stories of the different girls about Peckham, the hashtag #girlsaboutPeckham was created late in 2016.
Girls, girls, girls on the roads of Peckham, new faces, outfits worn differently, new styles if you have an eye for fashion you are certain to spot out the “new” It girls. With new energies intertwining, new spots jammed backed with newbies and creative opportunities spiralling into each other developing a new story of Peckham.
Other important factors cannot be overlooked the gentrification of the area, invites new girls about Peckham who are they? The regular SMEG-ULAR girls hanging out in Peckham doing what girls do catching up over a coffee or visit to Peckham Levels, some travelled from Sweden to attend a friend’s wedding, with others running to catch the train to work or university the list goes on, as they say, a women’s work is never done.
I prefer using my iPhone, as the images are raw, as I discovered there is more than one side to discover a picture should implore you to want to seek out more. Don’t miss out our collaborative project coming 2018, you can check out some of the pictures taken using the hashtag #GirlsAboutPeckham over on Twitter and Instagram.
Christina, #GirlsAboutPeckham wearing GYC gramm
Natalie Art Student – #GirlsAboutPeckham
Charlotte one of the many #GirlsAboutPeckham
Shanel is a sculptor x Mandy international student on holiday from Paris #GirlsAboutPeckham
Twin sisters Clare and Grace #GirlsAboutPeckham
Georgina (volunteer at Art Festival) x Julia (history student x photographer) #GirlsAboutPeckham
Saturday vibes with Fjóla #GirlsAboutPeckham Fjóla – clothes from a Ghost House/abandoned house, glasses from Monki