‘Too Fat, Too Thin’ at the Vogue Festival Strikes a Chord, but it’s Short of the Mark

As the young and beautiful clomped their way past the southbank tourists, turning heads with every stiletto scratch on the pavement, it could only mean one thing. It was time for the Vogue Festival. Now in its second year, the Vogue Festival aims to make fashion and the exclusive world of Conde Nast available to … Continue reading

A Psychic Experience

On Friday last week, I did something I have never done. Despite always wanting to, I’d always been too scared.  Mind out of the gutter please, it’s nothing like that… Last week, I was lucky enough to have my palms read by one of the UK’s top psychics. Before you say ‘how can you be … Continue reading

Why I Hate the Fashion Snobs

Fashion Snob: (pronounce: Fash-ion Snob). Noun. An individual who partakes in the judgement of others based solely on what they are wearing. Concerned only with brand, status and trend. Most often female. Fashion. It’s a funny old world. Even writing the fashion features as I do, I sometimes find myself sucked into that world. I … Continue reading

David Bowie is… Simply Stunning at the V&A

This article has been published by Pillow Magazine. Check it out here DAVID Bowie has once again taken the music world by storm this year and his new exhibition at the V&A, celebrating his impact on the fashion industry, is a triumph. Pillow Magazine’s features writer Ally Lowe went to see what all the fuss is … Continue reading

All White on the Night?

This article is also published on The Daily Touch HERE It’s no secret that white is big news for Spring. Right now, the only white on my mind is the snow outside my window (love British Spring), but trust me, white is going to be HUGE. But, there’s also no denying that white is a tricky … Continue reading

Support small businesses… otherwise they might not be around for long: An Interview with Anna Kukoja

This article has also been published by The Daily Touch: you can read it HERE ‘People have to recognise that instead of buying from Lush you have to buy from the small companies… Just because otherwise, those small companies won’t be around in three months time. That’s how scary it is.’ Anna Kukoja, founder of natural … Continue reading

King of Pop Art or Talentless Cartoonist? Lichtenstein at the Tate Modern

Whaam!, 1963 Arguably one of this year’s most anticipated art exhibitions, Roy Lichtenstein A Retrospective at the Tate Modern is currently one of the hottest tickets in town. After waiting what seemed like a year (which was in fact a mere week), I was lucky enough to finally see the exhibition yesterday evening. And it … Continue reading

March Wish List

As ever, my salary is burning a hole in my bank account, and a new wish list has been compiled… I will now try and justify my selections… 1. Two-tone dress, £45, Zara. I love the fresh, chic simplicity of this dress. It would also be ideal for the LK Bennett fashion show I am … Continue reading

Bag Carrying Etiquette

Something is afoot in the fashion world. Or, should I say, ahand. As ever, Victoria Beckham was the first to do it. But now it’s grown, a regular feature of Fashion Week both on and off the catwalk. Worst of all? It’s coming to get YOU. You’ve got it- bag carrying. Somehow, out of nowhere, … Continue reading

Suspicious Street Style: Why I Hate the Hipsters

  This article has been published on The Huffington Post. You can read it HERE Hipster: hip-ster. Noun. A person who follows the latest trends and fashions. Ok, first things first: I don’t actually hate the hipsters. That would be a little too far. But, what I do have a problem with, is fashion’s current fixation with street … Continue reading