I have found, yet another, creative / talented girl to be crushing on and admiring. Is there a diagnosis for someone such as me? Over the last year or so I've heard Brie Welch's voice many a time via one of my favourite podcasts, Garance Dore's Pardon My French, but somehow failed to put two… Continue reading the dreamy life and style of brie welch.
On the day I wore ( read: attempted to wear ) my Camille Charriere copycat number, I noticed a little girl on the train unashamedly staring, as inquisitive small people are often known to do. I watched her out my side-eye, wondering, "What do you actually think of this?" Is it too boring and adult?… Continue reading fashion ( and the world ) through the eyes of a child.
I KNOW that I can't seem to shut up about Rosie Assoulin and Rachel Comey, but I promise it is all for good reason. Initially, this post was going to be dedicated to Coach 1941's Fall show, but it will have to wait because Rosie has dropped my jaw to the floor once again and surpassed… Continue reading rosie is back for more :: tea party time.
Fashion week(s) rolls around and brings with it another thousand articles, images, reviews to get lost in online. But seriously, I haven't even caught up on the Spring session yet ( which raises another, much debated, question - has fashion gone crazy? Too obsessed with the constant delivery? Is it all our fault as a… Continue reading fashion week dramas :: more ruffles.
A quick note for you before the weekend begins. HAVE YOU SEEN GORMAN'S LATEST COLLABORATION? Sorry for yelling but Liz Payne and Lisa Gorman have smashed this one. What are two of my favourite things? Gorman, and embroidery. It is a multi-coloured dream come true. While Gorman is famed for vibrant prints and patterns (… Continue reading tactile retail therapy.
My post on African fashion has been sitting patiently, just waiting for a new burst of inspiration, ever since I arrived home from Tanzania. It seems so long ago now ( isn't it depressing when such a perfect time of life all of a sudden blurs? ). Amongst many other things over there, the people… Continue reading a love letter to african fashion.
It's easy to become so distracted in your own world, that you forget other worlds exist out there. My world is not your world, which truly is no one else's world either, is it? I mean, who even knows if we are seeing the same colour when we claim something is of an 'apricot' or… Continue reading interchangeable fashion.