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Entries from November 2011

Azealia Banks – 212

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 30th, 2011

Love Azealia Banks‘ style – she’s super cute wearing a Mickey Mouse sweater and braids! She’s from NYC and has been touring the UK…lyrics nsfw!


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The Scissor Rondel

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 28th, 2011

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Today I was fabric shopping on Brick Lane and I noticed this scissor plaque on the pavement in front of 104 Brick Lane. It’s called a rondel and they were designed by Keith Bowler in 1995 to celebrate East London’s history.

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52 Greek Street – The Shop With No Name…

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 27th, 2011

 This is a great clothes shop in the heart of Soho – it’s packed with a lot of clothes, but the edit is so clear (and cool!) – it’s great to see a shop with such clear branding, because a lot of shops try to cater to a variety of customers and end up watering down their branding so much that they’re hard to relate to.

I gave them a call (02072874118) to clarify the name of the shop, and they confirmed that they don’t have a name…! I guess clear branding is about being unique, and no having a name is certainly unique.

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Fashion and Textile Museum – Catwalk to Cover: A Front Row Seat

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 26th, 2011

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There is a catwalk exhibition at the Fashion and Textile Museum featuring photographs by Chris Moore, Kirsten Sinclaire, Matt Lever and Philip Meech. The shots are about the catwalk clothes, the front row, the celebrities, backstage and beauty and how important catwalk shows are to the fashion industry.

It’s true that catwalk seems to be more important than ever – the main cities are in a conflict over when their show dates will be, the schedule seems to be more and more full and even established brands like McQ are showing. It’s expensive to show, but if done well it’s actually a very good deal because of all the worldwide press that a show generates, which can last for years.

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Natasha Law Illustrates Tweets on the Samsung Galaxy Note

Posted by Rebekah Roy on November 25th, 2011

NatashLaws Natasha Law Illustrates Tweets on the Samsung Galaxy Note

This morning I tweeted about prepping for a shoot and hunting for leopard (print), and this illustration is the result! As part of the Samsung Galaxy Note twitter campaign they’re having different illustrators illustrate your tweets. My tweet was illustrated by Natasha Law, who’s done commissions for Vogue, Mulberry, Harrods and Globe Trotter. Love the pic!

It’s quite an interesting product – just being able to illustrate your ideas and send them off to a client!

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