WHAT I LOVE ABOUT FASHION

When I was studying Art History, one of the arguments in defence of our subject was that our discipline was not a by-product or secondary to another. It was not a branch of History or a theoretical arm of Fine Art, it wasn’t even a practical manifestation of Philosophy. Art History was what it is. However, what I didn’t admit…
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DON’T BE A BRAND WHORE

From what I’ve observed, accounts with something like 3k have already experienced multiple brand collaborations and a couple paid gigs. And that’s great – my friends who struggle with growth find that those partnerships give them a little boost of confidence when Instagram seems impossible. However, I didn’t really get approached for anything outside of Takumi until I was about…
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On My Wishlist

WHAT A GIRL EATS: HENRIETTA

The few-months-old restaurant stands inconspicuous amid the red bricks of Henrietta Street. More like a townhouse, the boutique hotel and restaurant is cosy, reserved and shies away from aesthetic over-indulgence. Manned by The Experimental Group and the renowned Chef Ollie Dabbous, the menu is minimal, sophisticated and seasonal. I have always regretted not visiting the eponymous establishment when I was…
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WHEN DID DESIGNER DUPES BECOME OKAY?

  Admittedly, this post is a by-product of some seething I did over an image that a girl had stolen from me, who then flipped it and put a disastrous filter over it. And as you may have guessed, she proceeded to claim credit for it. So then as I was scrolling through my feed, it occurred to me that a…
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IS GOD ONLINE?

I hate cheese. Never liked it. Babybel was okay when I was a kid but I mainly ate it because of the cool wax packaging. Most people however, love cheese. If I were to sit there and scowl and make critical remarks about how it looks like a hunk of mouldy butter, smells like funk and contains like, 1000 calories…
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SANS PERE, EAST LONDON

Sans Pere may look like the new kid on the Shoreditch block but it’s not so far from the former pie shop that stood on Great Eastern Street as you may think. Renovated by the son of its previous owner and founder of Stirling Ackroyd, the chic and aesthetically clean concept store not only offers a cafe and homeware shop…
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