Saturday, 23 January 2010

Tights and Rings

Tights: Topshop, body: Miss Selfridge, lace cardigan: Zara, bag: vintage

Friday, 22 January 2010

Blue Tones

Last Summer brought about subtle adaptions of denim, mostly noted by the baggy, denim shit. Denim was ever so slightly coming alive it forms other than its life-long entrapment covering our legs. Denim jackets started to swarm the streets with denim waistcoats catching on. Well, the denim plight had been officially victorious as numerous catwalks paraded denim in many shapes and forms.

My absolute favourite of all pieces are the Cloe jeans with light denim knee patches, that H&M has kindly made a copy of...

photo via: allaboutit

Denim brogues, Topshop

Wednesday, 20 January 2010


Tuesday, 19 January 2010

I Need

Jeffrey Campbell x Emily L.


Designer collaborations became common practice in 2009 with too many to list. Jimmy Choo's collection for H&M was just one of the many that made moshes of people queuing outside stores, waiting for doors to open followed by a flurry of hair grabbing and garment snatching. Jimmy Choo declared to further encourage such behaviour with a new collaboration, this time I would say on a bit more random note, but still, quite intriguing. The notorious shoe designer has announced to collaborate with UGG Australia. With a relatively heftier price tags, the collaboration will consist of five different styles in a range of colours priced between £495 - £695. The style of the shoes is yet to be announced, will they be fluffy furry stilettos? Only time will tell.... 

Kind of beauty meets sasquatch?

Sunday, 17 January 2010

Colour my City

Country Cabin. Two little words that encapsulate all that busy cities make us crave: peace, quiet, warmth, cozy fires. No doubt bringing cabin-esque interior to the city will allow for a middle ground. The Daily Mail along with the help of photographer Adrain Brisco show how the classic features of country living can be given  modern twist, with a pop of colour, to sit comfortably alongside city-living furniture. 

Inevitably, this made me search for more Brisco photography where it becomes evident that playing with colours is a coherent theme in his work

Different Shades

fur coat: Vintage - Camden
dress: thrifted
boots: Belstaff