Friday, 20 April 2012


I have created a new blog - where I am selling all of my clothes which I no longer wear/ have ever worn!! All in good condition.

Check it out

Wednesday, 2 March 2011


What a sad, sad shame to hear of John Galliano's recent decline and what will become increasing absence to the fashion industry.

It is such a disappointment to hear of such a highly respected and admired designer's downfall, someone who was so adored by all who loved his creations at his time with Christian Dior. John Galliano's comments cannot be forgiven and his unnecessary and racist slurs have been shown to be unprovoked, and said of free will. I have seen the video and have been disgusted and appalled to see such ignorance and mockery made of innocent people because of a deep hatred buried within a twisted man.

Natalie Portman who has recently become the new face of Miss Dior Cherie perfume issued a recent statement in which she said:

"I am deeply shocked and disgusted by the video of John Galliano’s comments that surfaced today. In light of this video, and as an individual who is proud to be Jewish, I will not be associated with Mr. Galliano in any way"

What will become of Kate Moss' wedding dress, after all, she only just asked John Galliano to exclusively design it for her. Will she deny him the privilege in light of his recent comments, or will she afford him one last chance to show himself in a good light? Personally I think she should support the Dior brand and politely request that John Galliano not design her dress otherwise this may show that she supports everything that Galliano had said and may show her in a negative way.

Goodbye John Galliano, you will not be missed.

But, now the more exciting prospects...Who will become the new designer for Dior!?

Photo diary outfit posts

Sunday, 12 December 2010

Lanvin for H&M

Last night I went to my friend Georgie's house and I walked into her bedroom and was so excited and shocked to see she had managed to buy a Lanvin for H&M dress!

Such a gorgeous dress, incredibly jealous of her. She even allowed me to try it on!

Love it!

Sunday, 5 December 2010

Patchworks ltd.

Patchworks is a new company that create and offer original and individual t shirts that are stylish and unique to the market.They offer personalised t shirts upon request, and take orders for t shirts.They are based in Watford and take orders either over facebook, phone or email. In order to contact them please visit their contact page -!/pages/Patchworksltd/134754159911013. Email them if you have any requests or queries about their t shirts - details below.
                                          Fringed Crop Tee
                                        Cropped Swallow Tee
                                                            Gold Peace Tee
                                                 USA Sleeveless Tee
                                          Cropped Grey Tye-dye Tee

Each t shirt costs £10 and come in sizes XS, S and Medium.

                                           Example of T-shirt with labels

They will be selling their t-shirts in Watford Market, (by the Harlequin) the entire day on Saturday 11th December. Email for orders.

Saturday, 27 November 2010

Valentino for Gap

What a crazy morning it has been for me, and even more what a mad week for designer/high-street collaborations. We had Lanvin for H&M earlier this week and today Valentino for Gap showcased their collaboration at their Oxford Street Flagship store.

Of course, as I wasn't able to be at the H&M store for the Lanvin collaboration (sob) due to school commitments, I was certain that I would be present for the opening of the Valentino for Gap one. Not to be missed, they had an in-store DJ blasting songs and a general overall feeling of customer satisfaction. Oxford St is closed for pedestrians this weekend so be sure to get down to Oxford St tomorrow for a relatively stress-free shopping experience without the hassle of overcrowded streets and cars.

I managed to salvage some amazing items. The collection only featured about six items, all in khaki with parka style material bar one grey t-shirt. My favourite items were high-waisted khaki trousers with incredible detailing which is prominent in past Valentino collections and a high collared parka.


Sunday, 21 November 2010

Lanvin for H&M

Something that has been long anticipated for and has been highly written and blogged about is the collaboration between Alber Elbaz for Lanvin and H&M. He has designed a capsule range of clothing, accessories and shoes in his signature style for much less than the cost of the high-end collection.

Lanvin is a sought after designer label, often seen on the power-players and classy celebrities of this decade. Spotted frequently on the red carpet, Alber has produced a brand that is highly influential and most dresses spurning hundreds of high-street copies.

Leighton Meester - a poster girl for Lanvin shows how possible it is to take runway dresses from the Lanvin catwalk and with their versatility to use them for evening wear. This is so important for designers because their clothes must be beautiful and elaborate, but also wearable for the everyday consumer.


This collaboration has caused more of a media frenzy than any of H&M's past collaborations between Karl Lagerfeld and Jimmy Choo. This may be because British women often aspire to dress like their French counterparts and see French style as sophisticated and effortless; something that not many English women are able to master. Many of us are hoping that with Alber's help of affordable high-end fashion at low-end prices, we too might be able to carry off that Parisian bon chic look.

The collection arrives in store on Tuesday 23rd November. It arrives online at 7am and when the store opens at 9am. Get ready to sharpen those elbows!

Here are my favourite items: