Tuesday, 30 October 2012


The Fendi Spring/Summer 2013 show was incredible. The colour
combinations along with the textured fabrics make for very
happy eyes. Lagerfeld cleverly manages to create very strong,
powerful designs that are still incredibly sexy and feminine.


The Great Divide

Sunday, 28 October 2012


I am loving wearing winter coats, scarves and big
woollen jumpers at the moment. These lovely ladies
definitely know how to wear the winter look very well.

Wednesday, 24 October 2012


What a wonderful shoot. Photographer Arthur Elgort captured
these rather suburban styled images for the November issue
of Vogue. The sugary pastel colours look amazing on Karlie
Kloss and make me excited for hot weather, even though that
seems very, very far away right now.

The set design for these images is very clever. Everything is
purposefully placed in a each position to create a very believable
satisfying image.


At the moment in Cos, there is an abundance of incredible
clothes. I have never wanted so much from one shop. I get paid
this week so I am going to need someone to hold me back from
spending it ALL at once in Cos.

Tuesday, 9 October 2012


Oyster magazine celebrates all things digital in the
new issue. Model Hanne Gaby Odiele has been photographed
by Will Davidson and the images have then been digitally
altered. Over the past few months I have seen a lot more
digital art which I have really enjoyed. However, this is the
first piece I have seen involving fashion too and I love it.
I really love it.

Monday, 8 October 2012


While I was in London I stumbled across the David David gallery.
It is an interesting space on Earlham Street near Leicester Square.
The designs are by David Saunders and are on a selection of paper,
t-shirts, broaches and other accessories.

While researching a little about this artist I found some of his
amazing Fashion Films. They are very simple and focus heavily on the
designs and colours.

David David – SS10 from david david on Vimeo.



This is my good friends soundcloud. Over the past 8 months he
has shared a whole new world of music with me and I feel very
grateful. His own stuff is amazing, I can't wait to see him play
more live gigs. Click on the link below to have a listen.

Too many thoughts

Saturday, 6 October 2012


A Donkey Jacket is derived from the wool sack coat
worn by workers in the 19th century. There is often
a leather panel covering the shoulder blade areas.

I had not heard of them before today. I was in a charity
shop and saw it, my Mum couldn't believe it was
an authentic Donkey Jacket. The label inside has a
British flag on it and says ' Made by British Workers
for British Workers'. It was only £5! I obviously bought
it immediately. I also found a real sheepskin coat which
fits me perfectly and a 100% lambswool herringbone scarf.

I love charity shops.


Here a random selection of street style images
from my favourite blogs.

The Locals
Refinery 29
Stockholm Street Style