A couple of days ago I was scrolling through Instagram and I came across this photograph of Vogue House posted by Alexandra Shulman - she captioned the image with: "One more week until this place is no longer my professional home." After seeing this I was reminded that soon, well in less than a week, … Continue reading Creative Profile: Edward Enninful
Here is another 'Vogue Archives' post where I go back through my collection of Vogue issues and look at particular adverts, editorials or interviews. This time it is from the November 2013 issue, I chose this particular editorial to look into because the photographs stood out to me straight away when I was flicking through. … Continue reading Vogue Archives: Somewhere Girl
Recently when looking through my collection of Vogue magazines I found that I was looking at them differently than I must have when I first got them, for example this particular issue I had when i was just 15 and getting into the 'Vogue' world. The cover star for this issue was actress, Helena Bonham … Continue reading Vogue Archives: July 2013
If you aren't too sure about the whole 'Met Gal deal' then you should check out my last blog post 'Rei Kawakubo – Flirting with the Absurd'. So, last night was the night we've been waiting all year for - the 2017 Met Gala. I was watching Instagram Live/Stories to see the red carpet rundown, … Continue reading Met Gala ’17: Avant Garde
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
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?
As I am sure you would have seen, as they have been shared on Twitter and Instagram, Gucci thought that it would be a great idea to release a series of 'memes' on their social media pages to promote their new watch campaign. Ironically, when I first began seeing this campaign, we had just previously … Continue reading Gucci: Cringey or Cool?
Last week, we had a seminar all about our future, where do you want to be working after graduation? In which area of fashion? For me it was straight up writing - be that blogging, journalism or similar, however a second thought was art director - I love images: creating, admiring, styling and capturing them and … Continue reading Creative Profile: Grace Coddington
This morning while scrolling through Twitter I noticed some people talking about Nasty Gals 70% offers, and after a little more scrolling I discovered that they have announced bankruptcy and are being bought by Boohoo.com. Here is what I found out... Speaking at a business conference in Australia, the founder Sophie Amoruso was on stage … Continue reading Nasty Gal: Bankruptcy