SHUSHU/TONG – everything you need to know 🎀

They keep pushing the concept of boundaries between girl and woman, redefining femininity with modern cool attitude. 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 🎀”

My favourite second hand finds of 2020

So I’ve just remembered that I made one of these last year and I’d love for it to be a regular thing to look back on, so I thought I’d make another one for my 2020 finds! Although the charity shops and vintage shops have been shut for the most part, I’ve reignited my loveContinue reading “My favourite second hand finds of 2020”

Spring at Zara

For the first ‘new in’ post on my blog for a while, it only makes sense to combine two of my favourite things: Spring and Zara. I feel a bit late to the Zara train, since I only properly started shopping there when I moved to Leeds a year and a half ago (I guessContinue reading “Spring at Zara”

Gender stereotyped clothing

Apologises for being late to the conversation, but 2 months ago the hot topic of discussion was Harry Styles and the flamboyant aesthetics of his editorial for American Vogue. The content was modern, given that he was the first male to appear on the front cover, but the concept wasn’t new at all. Not forContinue reading “Gender stereotyped clothing”

Fashion Week highlights

After a slightly longer than planned break from the blog (mainly thanks to turning 20, moving out, starting uni and just generally adjusting to the adult life), I’m back baby! Since I was last active on here, the many different worldwide fashion weeks have been taking place and I’ve been briefly browsing through each ofContinue reading “Fashion Week highlights”

Remembering Karl

Today marks the loss of one of the fashion industry’s most iconic figures of all time, Mr Karl Otto Lagerfeld. Born in Hamburg, Germany in September 1933, Karl had always been a creative individual even before his career at Chanel. Working for brands such as Chloe and Fendi, whilst also exploring his artistic capabilities withinContinue reading “Remembering Karl”

Embracing or neglecting trends?

Whether you love them or hate them, trends are the secret that keeps high street shops in business when it comes to relying on the same customers every season. Usual trends can be based on a specific decade or social movement, a certain mood or even our political state every now and again. From westernContinue reading “Embracing or neglecting trends?”

August favourites

So I know that August has pretty much flew by (as did the rest of the year for that matter) and although I didn’t really leave my bed at all for the entire month, I’ve still managed to collect a small amount of favourites from this month from the days in which I did actuallyContinue reading “August favourites”