I met Hannah Williams a few seasons back in 2013  while styling Fashion Scout’s Ones to Watch show, Hannah was selected along side designers Helen Lawrence and Renli Su to show at London Fashion Week.  In 2013 Hannah won both the  Graduate Fashion Week 2013 Womenswear and Fashion Innovation Awards and she also won the Muuse winner 2013.  HannahContinue reading


GQ China presented Sankuanz’s SS15 collection at London Collection: Men. Sankuanz Zhe was born in Fujian, China  and one year after he graduated from Xiamen University he launch his label. He started off slowly, doing illustration on t-shirts, giving himself time to let the brand evolve naturally. His first show debuted his AW13 collection duringContinue reading

Shopcade is one of the fastest growing apps, with over 2 million page views per month and over 750,000 users. It’s a social network shopping app for the fashion-conscious consumer. Users log in to see their daily trending feed, a collection of celebrity and blogger styles, trends from magazines and exclusive deals from brands. What’sContinue reading


The weather in London changes quickly and on Saturday afternoon for a few moments only, the sky darken and pieces of sharp icy clear crystal hail fell on Redchurch Street.


I had a wonderful AW14 London Fashion Week. I styled two shows, Fashion Scout’s Ones to Watch and PingHe and both shows went extremely well! I saw quite a few shows on behalf of  the American magazine – The Untitled Magazine as I’m their UK Fashion Editor. It was important for me to see asContinue reading


Ryan Lo’s collections always make me happy – it’s always girly and there is something pink. The event took place at the Topshop space at the Tate Modern and there was a huge queue to see the presentation. This season there was a cowgirl, a modern Oklahoma vibe to the collection with lots of separatesContinue reading


Patrick studied at the University of Brighton in 2009. After his Bachelor of Arts, he did his MA at Royal College of Art of London graduating in 2011. He then went on to work with Hussein Chalayan and Victor & Rolf. Patrick was then selected as Fashion Scout’s Ones to Watch and showed his collection FebruaryContinue reading


The Sandal and the Craftsman. I’m not one to get my feet out but with the warmer weather I want to experience every moment of it and if that means exposing my feet then that’s what I’m going to do. It’s not that there is anything unusual about my feet but I’ve never been tooContinue reading


I have mixed feelings about tie-dye. Sometime I love it and sometimes I can’t stand it. It really depends on how it’s done and the colour. I’m loving this sweatshirt at Blitz London –  I like the bright colour and that the tie-dye isn’t too uniformly done.

I met Marta Marques and Paulo Almeida at the London Showroom in Paris and was quite exciting to see their work. It’s young, fresh and has loads of attiude. Many of the pieces are deconstructed and oversized – it’s really dress-up streetwear. I love the top (in the picture above) and the combinations of fabrics.Continue reading

Nail polish has gotten more complicated and there are so many choices – it makes it hard to choose. That’s why I’m aways happy when I receive a new nail polish in a gift bag. At first I wasn’t too sure about the colour – it was a bit too neutral for me and whatContinue reading

I love being cosy and this cold weather isn’t helping so I’ve been wearing one of my favourite faux fur coats by designer Karen Brost. You can look nice and keep warm at the same time – fashion is more pratical than we think it is!  If you go to any vintage shop they haveContinue reading


I have been featuring garments from Leutton Postle since I first saw Jenny Postle’s MA graduate collection a few years ago. I just loved all the textures – the crazyness and the colours. Knitwear really has had a resurgence over the past few yeasr – it’s not only taken more seriously it’s become more fashionable.Continue reading


In Paris you expect love and romance so just visit the bridge Pont des Arts – it’s a pedestrian bridge that crosses the Seine near the Louvre and is covered in “love locks”.

I just happened to pass by this crochet exibition. It’s not often that one comes across a crochet exibition – this is the first one I’ve ever seen and I just had to go in. It’s Olek’s first UK exibition as she’s based in New York. The exhibition took 6 months to prepare. You haveContinue reading


Today at the All Saints’ press day you had the opportunity to have your nails painted, or you could try Nail Rock, which is a ‘nail wrap’ that’s very thin with prints that are quite cool and quirky. It also takes less than 15 minutes. Nail art is like the new lipstick. Usually in aContinue reading

I went to the Albion cafe on Boundary Street for breakfast. For some reason whenever I have the opportunity to order an individual pot of coffee I can’t resist and I have to order it. Even if I don’t really want coffee, I just want the experience of an individual pot of coffee. This potContinue reading

I have always been fascinated by the history of quilting so I was quite excited when Jeff Garner of Prophetik told me there was going to be quilting in his AW 11 collection. When I learned that he was going to cut up his grandmother Lola’s 100 year old quilts I think my heart stoppedContinue reading