So, tomorrow is the Met Gala - if you aren't really sure of what this is then hang around - and the theme will be 'Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art of the In-Between'. I thought this was an amazing theme, it gave the celebrities (and their stylists) the chance to break the bubble of skin-tight … Continue reading Rei Kawakubo – Flirting with the Absurd
The other day Alexandra Shulman was in Nottingham to work with the NTU Journalism students and she also participated in an interview and Q/A with journalism and fashion students - it was an exciting day, there was a buzz in the air, fashion royalty was in the area. First of all - her hair! It … Continue reading In conversation with Alexandra Shulman
As someone who is really intrigued by personality tests and the like I recently found myself watching YouTube videos on the subject and came across this one - titled 'I'm a type nine and I like reducing myself to a number'. The enneagram test is something that I hadn't heard about before so I thought … Continue reading Enneagram: I’m a type 6
If you have read my blog then you will know that I bloody love a series of posts - I have my 'Trend Spot' posts and the 'Creative Profile' one (this is my favourite). Well here we have a new series, the 'I love' series, which basically means that I am going to be talking … Continue reading I love… stories
Gingham is THE hottest pattern of S/S 17, after its welcome into the A/W 16 we have seen bloggers everywhere adopting the trend. But why is it so popular? If you ask me, it reminds me of my primary school summer dresses... There's a lot more to it than just summer smock dresses though, it … Continue reading Trend Spot #5: Gingham
Gone are the days when everyone wore monochrome, bland and drab outfits - says the girl in black jeans and a grey cardigan... Now fashion bloggers, influencers and the like are being a lot more extravagant in their styling choices. Massive ruffles, bell sleeves, clashing colours/prints and ugly shoes are taking over. I'm not mad. I … Continue reading Exaggerated Fashion: When did fashion get ugly?