Do You Agree to Dungaree?

Do You Agree to Dungaree?

It was Christmas 1996 and to this day I remember my best present: a pair of fleece lined dungarees from Gap, not only the cosiest but at the time, coolest. Since then, whether they’ve been on-trend or not I’ve loved dungarees. Saying that, I totally understand why over the age of 11, some may think they […]

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50 Shades of Yellow

50 Shades of Yellow

In reaction to the grey skies and fog I’ve started to crave bright colours; it feels like that point in the year/ season/ month/ week to ditch glum for bright. Yellow is not an easy palette to work with, oft draining you of colour or making you look jaundiced. I have a love/ hate relationship […]

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Introducing My New Film Podcast ‘Admit One’ | Ep. 1 with James King

Introducing My New Film Podcast ‘Admit One’ | Ep. 1 with James King

On deciding who to call-up to come onto my brand-new film podcast ‘Admit One’ where I talk to friends and industry-insiders about their three favourite films, James King was my first port of call. We worked together for a few years at the BAFTA’s aka the coldest red-carpet in show business. I was covering the […]

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Face the thunder-snow in shearling. Why? Because it’s teddybear cosy-cool.

Face the thunder-snow in shearling. Why? Because it’s teddybear cosy-cool.

Coat: Monki Dungarees: Joseph (found in their bi-annual Music Rooms sale – FYI.) Trainers: Minna Parikka | ‘White High Top Bunny Sneakers’ | Avenue 32 | £200 Shearling, when did I first realise how much I loved the reassuringly big, cosy-soft, Michelin Man-styling of shearling? I know the exact moment actually – I was visiting […]

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Hoxton Culture 30.08.16 feat. Zoey Goto, author of ‘Elvis Style’

Hoxton Culture 30.08.16 feat. Zoey Goto, author of ‘Elvis Style’

This week’s Hoxton Culture really felt like a back-to-school show with September being round the corner and the August bank holiday being a drunken/ hungover memory. Much like fashion magazines which print their September issue full of new trends and ideas, this time of the year means a closing and opening of exhibitions and shows […]

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Absolutely Frilled

Absolutely Frilled

By August I am oft-bored of my clothes (urg – I’m sick of them!) – because we’re coming to the very end of the season, the shops are selling off their tired spring/summer collections and the pull of fresh new trends is real! One romantic-but-doesn’t-have-to-be-too-girly trend that has translated from the Rodarte and Marc Jacobs catwalks onto the […]

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Hoxton Culture 17.08.16 feat. Tony Robbins on Netflix, H.EN Restaurant and Croquet at The Shard

Hoxton Culture 17.08.16 feat. Tony Robbins on Netflix, H.EN Restaurant and Croquet at The Shard

Clucking, croquet and rooftop cinema are just some of topics we covered in this weeks Hoxton Culture. It is always difficult to decide what goes into our Top 5 Hoxton & Beyond because at any one time London is alive with pop-ups, openings and interactive experiences. I loved (whilst hungover from the sofa) Netflix’s brilliant […]

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How to Find-Figure Flattering Swimwear for Your Shape

How to Find-Figure Flattering Swimwear for Your Shape

Shopping for swimwear is one of the most gruelling pre-summer experiences – and that is taking into account bikini waxes and brow threading! Whether you have been working out at the gym, running in the morning, clean eating or doing none of the aforementioned, once you are in the bright lights of the changing rooms […]

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