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Fuzzy feet



Coach shearling boots

Warm feet. You couldn’t ask for two more happy-making words than these, as far as I’m concerned. Although I was never an Ugg girl, I can’t deny they’re super-practical and style-wise they’ve come a long way. (That said, the men’s offer is way better than the women’s.) But currently on my radar are the never-ending varieties of apres-ski boot from Italian brand, Montelliana. (more…)



Extended mix



how to wear supersized cuffs

At the Matchesfashion.com press day, we were all gushing about the Palmer Harding supersized cuff shirts. Shirting is their signature and this sort of detail is enough of a twist to make a statement without overpowering. That said, there are lots of cuff-detailed shirts around now where the sleeves are the main event. (more…)



Postive fashion: Unmade customised knitwear



Unmade customised knitwear
The dreaded Christmas jumper season is incoming and if there’s one thing I loathe, it’s novelty sweaters. If you want a standout sweater, why not design one yourself? It’s easier, and more affordable than you might think.

Just before London Fashion Week, I got the chance to explore the studios of Unmade, a pioneering London company doing radical things with knitwear. (more…)



Glossybox X Wendy Rowe The Edit



GlossyBox Wendy Rowe edit

I don’t subscribe to any subscription boxes, it’s not like I don’t have enough make-up! But I do think they can be good for testing new brands and launches, plus who doesn’t love miniature products? I especially like all the collaboration boxes. This approach makes lots of sense and it must be so much fun to choose what gets included; I know British Beauty Blogger’s boxes with Latest In Beauty are hugely popular (heads-up: there are more coming next year).

Glossybox has one of the first subscription box services on the block and its Wendy Rowe box is outstanding. (more…)