Sonia Rykiel AW13 ad campaign

Sonia Rykiel has had a complete reboot under new creative director Geraldo da Conceição. For starters I think this AW13 ad campaign looks really fresh and strong – I love the use of illustration. Photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, styled by Marie Chaix and modelled by Sam Rollinson, with art direction by m/m Paris, the inspiration comes from 1950s and ’60s advertising posters.
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90s remix with Comme Des Garcons and Yohji Yamamoto


Where do you stand on the current nineties mania? Over it already or fully paid up member of the revivalist club? I’m still in the latter camp; the ’90s was my decade in terms of defining a style and an aesthetic. I clearly remember being enthralled by all things Lang, Comme and Yohji although my budget rarely stretched beyond a CDG tee or a Lang fragrance. (more…)

Emma Cook’s AW13 film is a trippy collage-fest

Satisfying my love of all things cut-n-paste and collagy, Emma Cook’s AW13 collection has just dropped at To celebrate, do enjoy this playful mini-film bursting with trippy cut-out flowers, dinosaurs, crystals, tigers and stellar constellations that reflect the surrealist influences of the collection. (Then nip over to Net-a-Porter to get the look…)

Emma Cook satin bomber, £400


What I learnt at the Selfridges Disneyrollergirl denim workshop

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Selfridges is the undisputed leader of innovation when it comes to London’s department stores. While Liberty may be the go-to for a great edit and unexpected finds, Harrods for ultimate luxury and Harvey Nichols for the newest labels, Selfridges is the retail risk-taker and rule-breaker.

This summer’s big takeover has been all about denim, from the newly-opened £6 million Denim Studios on the third floor, to the fantastic windows depicting the nuances of every denim tribe you can think of. Here’s what I learnt from the personal shoppers and alterations team at my recent Disneyrollergirl Denim Workshop. (more…)