Most people I know ┬áhave something from American Apparel in their wardrobe, it’s become a British staple and for the past three years American Apparel has held a factory outlet in Brick Lane. This one is on until September. As I stylist I have so many pieces for my styling ┬ákit from Kyle inspired goldContinue reading

I’ve always been a little awestruck by VV Brown. I did a shoot with her when she first appeared on the music scene in 2008 and he was so beautiful and friendly, it’s not surprising that she been in Vogue, ID and was featured in fashion ads by Marks & Spencer as well. She alsoContinue reading


I went to visit Ada at her studio and had a look at her new collection. I can’t show it to you, so I took a picture of her knitting machine instead! I’ve known Ada Zanditon for a few years. We met at Vauxhall Fashion Scout, and I was the stylist for the One’s toContinue reading


It’s great when you see something new! This is a Gourd it’s part of the melon family.


I love Petticoat Lane Market. It’s not as trendy as Brick Lane or the Sunday Up Market but it does have it’s charm and so much stuff! The street was first named Petticoat Lane as it sold petticoats and lace made by the French. During Victorian times the name was changed to Middlesex, but it’sContinue reading

I have always been a huge fan of sportswear. Sportswear is more exciting than most people realize as it’s really all about innovation of fabrics and technology. Speedo’s revolutionary LZR Racer swimsuit was so effective that it was able to reduce race times by around 2%. During the The Beijing Olympics 94% of all swimmingContinue reading

Simple Shoes are basically sustainable shoes that you can live with. These trainers have silk gingham uppers and I really like the sheen on them! They also have organic cotton linings, recycled PET laces (laces that used to be soda bottles!) and outsoles that used to be a car tire. The product detail is greatContinue reading