THE SEXIEST SUMMER SHOES FOR ALL BUDGETS

So… my shoe size is a UK 1, but it’s okay you don’t have to feel sorry for me, I’m used to it. For more those with more fortunately sized feet, you’d think that shoe shopping would be much easier and now you’ve found this post it definitely will be. This spring/ summer sees the comeback of embellishments – cute…
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MY FAVOURITE PLACES TO SHOOT IN LONDON

I am often asked: “where should I take photos in London?” Of course the evergreen handsome red brick buildings and grey stone architecture will always go down well but for during the spring and summer months, it’s all about lusting after the weather that the UK just doesn’t have and everything associated with it. So think floral, from the old…
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THE FUTURE OF LUXURY FASHION PART 2: A NEW FACE

Street style stars are fading out, disgraced designers return seeking redemption and brands are competing with each other for social media glory. Is the future of luxury fashion creating a new kind of celebrity, a new face?   The new celebrity Your conventional off-duty model shots and street-style stars are slowly petering out when it comes to influencing the future…
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THE SWIMWEAR EDIT YOU’VE BEEN WAITING FOR

That’s right, the edit that says “I’m feeling myself but hoe is not life”. Now you guys know I’m not into producing loads of shopping edits. As much as I love to peruse my multiple open tabs to e-tailers, the culture of disposable fashion perpetuated by social media is like, not cool. But since January, I’ve been scouring the internet…
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FINDING INSPIRATION FOR SPRING, WITH IPANEMA

  Recently, I’ve been influenced by the idea that identity is fluid and modular – we can pick and choose who and what we are, and when we are. We are no longer confined to the labels assigned by others. Our dependency on algorithms on news feeds and our self-constructed filter bubble has also meant that we maintain and enjoy…
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THE FUTURE OF LUXURY FASHION: SOCIETY

  It’s common knowledge that millennials are the new consumer for luxury fashion. But with our lifestyles, tastes and attitudes so different from our parents and generations before us, what does this really mean for an industry built on heritage and traditions? We have already seen major changes where luxury has been redefined, take for example, logos that are no…
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