Hermès ‘Salon de Musique’ at the Royal Opera House

    Hermès is not about acquiring as many candy coloured Birkin, Kelly or Constance bags to validate your position in fashion or social status. To truly own a Hermès creation, whether it is a scarf or an iconic bag, is to have a confident sense of culture and to appreciate the Arts. It must be remembered that Hermès sails…
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Goodbye Jimmy Choo

Jimmy Choo Couture, run by the real man himself is finally retiring. My first internship was when I was 16 and I remember how nervous I was to put my first footing into the fashion industry, through a couture boutique’s doors. I would spend hours watching the cobbler work on one- of- a- kind pair of shoes whilst organising their extensive…
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Boys on NYFW

I have picked some looks that I think best summarise their designer’s collections and chosen some of the most fashionable guys I know to give their personal opinion on the following looks. (I have actually placed the following ‘looks’ in my personal order of preference.) The panel Q. How would you describe your style? ALEX: In general, I wear American…
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FAIRYTALE

When I start to see the same type of clothing at every shop, I get a little frustrated and bored. Art inherently creative, so why is everyone stuck in the same fashions? I think the problem is that although I respect ‘trends’ I simply dislike them. To refresh my view of fashion I start making clothes that I want to…
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RED HOT PANTS

The most fun in dressing up is making certain pieces something that it’s not. Take these red leather hot- pants that are totally transformed by a lady- like tweed jacket, a ruffle- collared shirt and simple accessorising. A perfect outfit for running about a city on coffee dates!     photos by Gillian D 🙂  
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