Monday, 3 February 2014

KATE MOSS'S FIRST JOB AS A VOGUE EDITOR


Model Daria Werbowy reclining in the leather seats of a posh car, smudged dark eye makeup, messy coloured hair and dressed in black. Very Moss.
Kate's first shoot for British Vogue is (hate to say it) very predictable and borderline boring.
Whilst I'm not that impressed, I suppose it's natural for Kate to have taken inspiration from the decade that saw her soar to fame, the 90s, and put her mark on the shoot with a flair of her own personal style. 

I guess we'll have to wait until the issue's out (6th Feb) to see what the rest of the shoot has in store. 

OH MY MILEY


Wow.
We should probably be used to Miley Cyrus being somewhat undressed by now but in her new cover for W Magazine she's barely recognisable.
Leather clad or stretched out seductively under a bed sheet; it's clear looking through the photographs Miley's doing everything possible to keep up her carefully crafted 'bad girl' image.
So, is it wrong that I actually think she looks good?
See the full spread here.

Sunday, 2 February 2014

PETER PILOTTO FOR TARGET


Peter Pilotto's much anticipated collection for target, which for the first time will also be available internationally at Net-A-Porter.com, is set to go on sale on the 9th February. 
And browsing through the Lookbook it looks amazing, incredibly reasonably priced and unmistakably Pilotto. 
The collection includes fitted blazers, sweatshirts, slip on shoes, summer dresses, bikinis, shorts, tailored trousers and more, all brought to life by their imaginative prints. 
Below I've put together my favourite pieces from the collection that I'll be dragging myself out of bed early on the 9th trying to get my hands on!


View the full Lookbook online here
and remember to get up early on the 9th because it could go live at any time. 

Wednesday, 27 November 2013

COVENT GARDEN CHRISTMAS






This year is my first year of being in London over the Christmas period and of course I'm desperate to experience London in all its Christmassy glory. 

So, naturally, I went to Covent Garden and it was beautiful. 

The quaint English charm Covent Garden already has compliments the twinkling lights that adorn shop windows and dangle like frozen rain drops from the sky during the festive period. 

Inside the market area hangs huge red baubles, reflecting the light so they sparkle, whilst the stalls beneath sell everything interesting, charming and unusual; obviously perfect for Christmas gifts. 

There's something about Covent Garden where, despite brands like MAC and Dior staring at you, you still feel you're taking a trip back in time (probably something to do with the cobbled streets!) 

Just to add to it a glittering gold carriage was parked up outside the market, with a man doing a marvellous job of impersonating its Victorian driver and offering people rides - magical! 

Next on my list, Hyde Park Winter Wonderland...

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Tuesday, 19 November 2013

THE MAN BUN


I have always been an advocate of the groomed, clean shaven man. 

So it's definitely taken me a while to get used to the rise in the rugged, unkempt aesthetic of guys sporting (impressive) beards, earrings and their hair and clothes looking like they could use a good scrub. And the 'man bun' is the latest addition to this trend. 

This seasons Made in Chelsea has seen the adorable Proudlock scrape his (not very long and less than clean) hair into a tinily cute bun...and I'm oddly a fan of it.

You have to admit its gives of an effortless cool vibe, though we know he probably spent a good half an hour trying to perfect that dishevelled look. 

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