All in white

Monday, 16 May 2016
I've just realised that my last few bought items have all been a various shade of white or cream. I've really got back into feminine and vintage clothing and during summer I just want to be super tan and dress like a french actress in a Jean-Luc Godard film. Here is a selection of some of my recent polyvore sets, also linked is either the exact item or cheaper alternatives. 

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The Row Spring 16

Sunday, 21 February 2016
I was going to post about The Row presentation from a couple of days ago in NYC, the beautiful furniture, handmade invites, dreamy clothes and how the Olsen's sat on the floor watching. But then I realised I never posted about the SS16 collection- my favourite of the last couple collections- and seeing as the season is slowly shifting I'd rather be optimistic about my wardrobe for now. 

The Row is consistently luxurious with its focus on the highest quality materials, cashmere, raw silk etc, and 'made to measure' ethos. The spring collection was effortlessly chic, I love their vision of the modern woman. The modest silhouettes in the beautiful Parisian chateau setting are just purely beguiling. I like clothes that look like they aren't trying but are utterly designed to the very last detail, you know? And flats! Gorgeous, Italian made slip ons, for the woman who has shit to do.

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Vogue 100: A Century of Style

Wednesday, 17 February 2016
Last week I previewed the new Vogue 100: A Century of Style exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery. Despite its recent dwindling popularity, 'Vogue' is like 'Chanel'- you may have zero interest in fashion or publication but you know Vogue. It was and still is considered the holy grail for some writers, models, photographers, editors and brands.
It includes photographs of the faces that shaped the twentieth century, like Fred Astaire, Henri Matisse, Lucian Freud, Lady Diana, Damien Hirst, to name a few. Also the exhibition has vintage prints from the first professional fashion photographer, the entire set of prints from that  Corinne Day's Kate Moss 1993 shoot, and a whole lot of covers I've never seen before, sadly, but righty so- under a glass counter. I have a particular fondness for these early covers where they were a lot more stylistic and not under the pressure to sell with another celebrity face.

I'd recommend going- particularly for the rare earlier issues. It's so cool seeing England's dramatic shift from decade to decade in terms of style and culture. That first kind of liberation in fashion which seems so normal to us now was literally captured in these Vogue archives.

Vogue 100: A Century of Style is at the National Portrait Gallery, London, from 11th February - 22 May 2016

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Feeling blue

Thursday, 28 January 2016


Ugh, January blues, you are so real and still as potent in your last days as your first. Tornado wind weather and exam season has drained my initial 5 minute enthusiasm for 2016 and now I feel like a deflated balloon. Sartorial wise- I am searching for the perfect blue shirt like the one above (source: fashion-gone-rouge) but nothing similar has materialised on the high street as of yet.  

Meanwhile I'll be dreaming of a tropical island with the right kind of blues...

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