A new brand to love: Arket

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If you are reading Amanda’s attempts to buy ‘no new’ clothes with interest and are considering the amount you buy, you might want to check out the new H&M brand Arket, which is hoping to pioneer a conscious approach to… Read More

The Kenyan League of Extraordinary Grannies

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Kenyan digital artist and photographer Osborne Macharia creates stunning portraits of ordinary Kenyans – the kind which are usually reserved for fashion models and celebrities. His latest collection tells the fictional story of a league of extravagant grannies – who… Read More

Made in Margate: What to see & do

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Botany Bay Since buying a house in Margate (and the ongoing media obsession) I have been inundated with requests for recommendations for visiting DFLs and beyond. So, to avoid repeating myself on a regular basis, here is my guide to … Read More

Dries Van Noten: The Film

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Dries Van Noten is one of my favourite designers and my love for him was truly confirmed when he featured an array of older models in his 100th runway show. Over nearly three decades he has built a thriving company,… Read More

Life & Style Icon: Lyn Slater

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Having see Lyn Slater in the latest Mango advert, I was fascinated to know more about her. A professor of social studies at Fordham University in New York, she also writes the Accidental Icon blog and describes her style as,… Read More

Couple Goals from Bonpon511

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A  Japanese couple who have been married for 37 years and wear matching outfits every single day, have become social media stars. The couple go by the name of Bonpon511 on Instagram which rumoured to be a fusion of their… Read More

See this: Enter the Dragons

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The menopause isn’t usually the subject of comedy in fact type the word into your search engine and you’ll get a barrage of remorselessly bleak advice about incontinence, lack of libido, depression and HRT, couched in florid, scare-mongering language.  It’s… Read More

Blogging: What’s the Future?

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Reading Navaz from Disney Roller Girl’s post last week looking back at her 10 years of blogging, really struck a chord with me. Like her we have been blogging for nearly 10 years and consider ourselves to be among the… Read More

The Women’s March: What next?

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Many of you will have been on Women’s Marches around the world this weekend and I’m sure like us, you will had an amazingly uplifting and positive experience. The sun shone as we stood in Grovesnor Square among the banners… Read More

Trend Alert: Shoulder Pads

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Back in the 80s no outfit was complete without a huge pair of shoulder pads, in fact my flat mate was so obsessed with them, she even added them to her dressing gown. Double sided tape or velcro ensured that… Read More