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Perfect pairing: comfort food and wabi-sabi ceramics



wabi-sabi ceramics - Molosco Dinner Set by Laura Letinsky

Spring is on the horizon but… we’re not quite there yet (just ask a New Yorker). I’m still in soup, stew and rustic roasts mode – the salads will have to wait a while longer I’m afraid. Whetting my appetite is my foodie Pinterest board, currently groaning with aubergine bakes and pear cakes. (If you prefer to look than cook, Anthropologie’s Pinterest always has the most beautiful food imagery).

To serve a rustic winter feast, there’s nothing nicer than home-made-looking, wabi-sabi ceramics. (more…)



10 non-trendy trends to try for 2018



Disneyrollergirl trends to try for 2018 - Prada SS18 by Jason Lloyd-Evans for Wallpaper

There were many major fashion and beauty trends that dominated 2017. Sock trainers, ginormous puffer jackets, ultra matte lips, overpriced merch tees. I didn’t embrace a single one. But I did indulge in a classics revival or two. White denim, the Burberry check and western boots are a few that are still going strong. And Beauty Pie and Glossier were the two beauty bandwagons I couldn’t resist jumping on.

For the coming year, my favourite unofficial visual search engine, Pinterest tells me that cleansing oil saves are up 555%, derma roller saves are up 345% and ‘vitamin C serum’ saves are up 3379%. I’m already converted to cleansing oils and I’ve only slightly dabbled in vitamin C – maybe this will be the year I go for it? (more…)



Can the Burberry Beauty Pinterest campaign drive mascara sales?



Burberry Beauty Pinterest campaign Cat Lashes mascara

The new Burberry Beauty Pinterest campaign is werking for its money. It’s got everything, from social commerce, to personalisation to cross-platform marketing.

Launched last week, the aim is to drive traffic to Sephora, to sell the new Burberry Beauty Cat Lashes mascara. Why Pinterest? (more…)



The World Goes Pop



Jerzy Ryszard 'Jurry' Zieli?ski The World Goes Pop at Tate Modern

Another week, another pop art exhibition – but the latest one at Tate Modern is different. Opening this week, The World Goes Pop is not your average serving of British and Americana fare, but a global supermarket of lesser-known works, from Polish Jerzy Ryszard “Jurry” Zieli?ski’s painted face with macabre fabric tongue (more…)