There is something very new and special about Martina Spetlova’s work. Her signature patchwork woven style is quite classic  but it’s the fabrics and colour choices that make it feel so bold and fresh. Martina, originally from the Czech Republic is now based in London. After graduating 2010 from Central Saint Martins she launched herContinue 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


Looking at Tata Naka just makes me happy. The candy colours are so appealing and just begs to be worn on a sunny day while having tea and giggling with friends. Many of the silhouettes are lady like dresses with clever (and whimsical) details. The shift dress are easy to wear and work well beltedContinue reading


After a day of visiting showrooms and seeing so many beautiful SS 14 pieces we thought it would be good to explore the area and visit Sacre Coeur !


I was so so excited to see this show, I went on behalf of Untitled Magazine  and the venue was a sports arena – Pops Salle Marcel Cerdan in Paris. Love the black and neon colours – suiting, deconstructed shirts and sleeves that morphed into gloves. Beautiful shirt dresses with neon belts. Crazy nymph poweredContinue reading


The Untitled Magazine party was hosted byIndira Cesarine, Lady Victoria, Lady Victoria Hervey, Courtney Blackman and Jana Ririnui  at Titty Twister just off the Avenue du Champs-Élysées. Quite a fun night with endless bottles of champagne and vodka.


For Paris Fashion Week I’m staying in a charming flat just at the bottom of the steps by Sacre Coeur Montmartre.

Meadham Kirchhoff is one of those brands that the fashion industry just loves. The AW 2013 collection is beautiful, well thought-out and whimsical. There are influences of Victoriana and the Twenties but it’s all a bit dark and made me think of what prairie girl princess would look like.  

I’ve been using Georgia Hardinge’s clothes for fashion shoots for quite a few years but this is the first season that I felt I could really wear so many looks from the collection. Georgia’s signature style is very sculptural – this season the prints look very 3-D. They are very clever and really flatter theContinue reading

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


I’m loving Martina Spetlova’s SS13 collection, which I recently saw at Zip Zone during Paris Fashion Week. There has always been something special about her work. It’s always been intelligent but now it’s also so easy to wear. I love all the texture –  the pleats, weaves, the knit and sheer panels using a contrastingContinue 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


I haven’t seen a Manish Arora show since he left London. He first showed in London in 2005 but had already previously shown in India and Hong Kong. I was fortunate enought to see his SS13 show in Paris at Les Beaux-Arts de Paris and it was quite a packed house. For the most partContinue reading


I met up with LA based designer Elaine Kim in Paris. I adore Elaine, she’s the type of girl you feel you’ve known since you were three, she wears her heart on her sleeve, and she’s just a really cool girl. Elaine has loved fashion since she was a little girl. She sells everywhere fromContinue reading


I love hotels. I know I mention this all the time but it’s only because it’s true. Hotel rooms are so tidy and I guess I just need to be free of my clutter and debris. I also like a hotel that gives you your own little coffee pot at breakfast (I drink tea inContinue reading


Atmosphere takes place in the one of the tents in the Jardin des Tuileries, and features designers from all over the world. It’s large but it feels intimate in comparison to some of the other exhibitions, which are massive. There are quite of few designers from the UK as part of On Off! …and ofContinue reading