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London Fashion Week AW18



fashion week street style

NYFW has wrapped and London is the latest port of call on the Fashion Month schedule. My New York highlights (from the comfort of my phone obvs) have been The Row, Raf Simons and Gabriela Hearst’s executive realness (you know how I feel about caps rn). Not to mention Raf’s jacket when he rocked up at the Marc Jacobs show(more…)



Quote of the day: Katharine Hamnett



Katharine Hamnett
“I thought, what are the punchiest graphics? I was passing a newsstand, saw a billboard for The Sun, and thought: that’s it! There was no Snappy Snaps or anything where you could get T-shirts done. So I did the lettering, got it exposed on to linen graphics paper, and stitched it onto a silk T-shirt.”

Fashion designer Katharine Hamnett, Vogue, talking about her famous political moment, when she wore her emblematic ‘58% don’t want Pershing’ T-shirt to Number 10 in 1984. (more…)



Sponsored post: Could the Huawei Mate 10 Pro phone replace your DSLR?



Huawei Mate 10 Pro

My food has never looked so good. Well not in a smartphone photo anyway…

The new-gen smartphones are really cameras and media capture devices first. Bloggers and influencers need a decent camera on their phone and hey, what’s better than a Leica lens? That’s the thinking behind the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, which launched last week. Featuring the Leica dual lens for better low light images and bokeh effects, and artificial intelligence (or ‘AI’ in tech speak), they act like the eyes and brain for your phone. (more…)



On my radar: Leïla Menchari and Karel Martens



A portrait of Leila Menchari in 1985- Photo by Edouard Boubat

Two stories caught my attention in the new Hermès magazine, Le Monde d’Hermes. The first is an amazing sounding exhibition celebrating Leïla Menchari, Hermès‘ extraordinary secret weapon, whose legendary window displays brought a playful spirit to the brand for 35 years. The exhibition, ‘Hermès à tire-d’aile — Les mondes de Leïla Menchari‘ will run from 9th Nov to 3rd Dec 2017 at the Grand Palais, Paris. (more…)