Art & Culture

Some magazines to love

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Growing up without the internet and only three channels on the tv, meant magazines were a monthly visual & editorial treat providing all the need to know information and styling inspiration our generation could want. Nowadays I rarely buy womens… Read More

Autumn Joy

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Borough Market Autumn Festival October is my favourite month of the year. The impending chill in the air, opportunities to layer clothes and wrap up, lighting candles and fires, making soup, Halloween and Bonfire Night, the changing light and the… Read More

Things to Love in September

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Katherine Hamnett by Chris Floyd The Return of Katherine Hamnett 1980s fashion icon Katharine Hamnett, is back and not before time, as we are in dire need of some activist fashion that comes from the heart, rather than some not… Read More

Listen to This: The High Low

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I’m late to the current craze for Podcasts – I know right, me late to a trend, I must be losing my touch!! Months ago (or even years?), when everyone was banging on about Serial, I was wondering when they… 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

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

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