MIDAS TOUCH

A lot of my favourite looks on style blogs feature these amazing gold cuffs and chokers that have a fetishist edge to them. A little googling brought to my attention these incredibly affordable and beautiful pieces that really change the attitude of an outfit and define your personality. My personal favourite is the twin cuffs as I love that gold…
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LADUREE TIME!

  These are some pictures taken at a Laduree brunch with a friend. Classes have started and the weather is getting colder. A velvet jacket from Zara makes a great transition piece from a sunny midday to an unpredictable evening. I am totally in love with this huge black bucket bag that everyone seems to have from Zara. It is…
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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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