Kym Barrett & Catherine Martin – costume design legends ❤️‍🔥

This may not come as a surprise, but 99% of my judgment on films is formulated by how good the costume design is. A persons outfit says so much about their character, their background, their status and their intentions, it’s a huge box to tick in terms of how the character is portrayed throughout theContinue reading “Kym Barrett & Catherine Martin – costume design legends ❤️‍🔥”

Jacquemus pink 🌺

It’s a colour that’s been a firm favourite for the past few years running, from the whole neon colours trend of 2019, to a more muted baby pink since then. Yet even still, there’s a particular shade of pink that has stuck around no matter the season or trend, and I like to refer toContinue reading “Jacquemus pink 🌺”

SHUSHU/TONG – everything you need to know 🎀

They keep pushing the concept of boundaries between girl and woman, redefining femininity with modern cool attitude. Shushutongstudio.com Started in 2015, SHUSHU/TONG is a Shanghai based upcoming brand, created by designers Liushu Lei and Yutong Jiang. The duo are both London College of Fashion graduates, which if that wasn’t prestigious enough, both have also spentContinue reading “SHUSHU/TONG – everything you need to know 🎀”

Spring/Summer trend forecast 2022

As January is being a typical never ending January, I thought it would be fun to discuss what exciting fashion themes will be popping up within the next few months (besides the inevitable pastel colours and layering that is). The general consensus is that this year there’s a heavy concentration on interesting trims and professionalContinue reading “Spring/Summer trend forecast 2022”

“Camp” Met Exhibition Review

It wasn’t long after the Coronavirus outbreak had affected the wider population that the Metropolitan Museum of Art took action to postpone this year’s gala. As the heartbreak for the biggest event in fashion is present, I thought that I would at least share some form conversation relating to the night in which we allContinue reading ““Camp” Met Exhibition Review”

A week of style prompts with Lucy Harbron

Hello hello, I’m back with a new post and this time it’s a collab! A dear internet friend of mine, Lucy Harbron, proposed the idea of us recreating a series from Man Repeller, in which we give each other not-so-typical styling prompts for each day of the week. Each of these themes were peculiar enoughContinue reading “A week of style prompts with Lucy Harbron”

Sewing basics: everything you’d need to start sewing

Hello hello, I know its been quite some time. If you didn’t know, I’ve been working on a new venture over on youtube where I’ve been sharing some of my fashion design projects, which I’m glad to hear that you’ve been loving! Along with your kind words theres also been a few questions surrounding resources,Continue reading “Sewing basics: everything you’d need to start sewing”

Not your everyday fashion bloggers

Greetings friends hope you’re all well. I got asked recently if I had any Instagram fashion ‘influencers’ or bloggers that I admire and that they I feel inspired by from time to time, and it got me thinking about the fact that many of the people that we see on fashion brand’s instas all followContinue reading “Not your everyday fashion bloggers”

Visuals No.3

1960’s fashion: music, miniskirts and Mary Quant

I’ve recently been doing a lot of research into the 1960’s fashion movements and the construction of how these styles came about and for what reasons, and since I’ve been so infatuated with the decade as a whole, I thought I’d share some of the key subjects that influenced womenswear of this time. The 60’sContinue reading “1960’s fashion: music, miniskirts and Mary Quant”