So already this morning I've broken my iPhone charger, lost my SD card (somewhere in my room!) & the neighbours are playing bass-heavy music - but I just dug this cute pic out from earlier in the week, taken at the Breast Cancer Targets Fashion launch party, & everything is all right with the world again! It's a dog in a bag!


{all photos & edits by me}


It's getting nearer & nearer to the day when you actually wake up one morning in London & exclaim, Oh, Summer, you've finally arrived! Sophie & I popped by the Fabric PR press day to rifle through some of the following season's clothes, full of greys & pinks & blues & pastels, & mohair, wool, & margot tenenbaum style coats. Silk printed pyjamas, now there's something I could wear all year around...


{portraits by Sophie, all other photos, & edits, by me}



We celebrated Sophie's birthday in truly gluttonous style, with a 3 course brunch & unlimited prosecco at One Aldwych! I had a beetroot, goats curd & hazelnut salad for starters - decorated with flowers of course - followed by lemon chicken breast & roast potatoes, followed by the ultimate dessert to end all desserts: an unlimited supply of sweets, as far as the eye could see...


{all photos & edits by me, last photo by Neena}



Today I woke up without the aid of an alarm :) After a few hours de-stressing & pushing myself not to check my work emails, I headed into town & caught some of the sunshine, snapped some pics at the Black PR Autumn/Winter press day, finished my Hemmingway novella, purchased some h&m jewels, met Lizzie for lunch where we tried out Korean in Soho (bi bim bap) - gyoza, kimchi, & chilli chicken - had a coffee stop on the Charing Cross road, dropped by the National Portrait Gallery to catch Bailey's stardust, & this afternoon i'm going to paint my nails the palest pink, before heading to the picturehouse to watch Wes Anderson's latest. Days off are awesome.

{all photos & edits by me}



This past Saturday I braved the crazy bipolar weather (hail in the sunshine?!) to visit the #fashionshooters festival hosted by Warehouse & Elle Magazine, over at the Loading Bay just off Brick Lane. Warehouse came up with the concept of involving their customers & budding fashion photographers in photographing their new campaign & Spring/Summer collection. Some awesome old-school film foodie bites were on offer, including brisket in brioche buns served in leather camera cases, & bitter lemonade in film protectors. I'm kind of glad I chose to wear pastels, because it seems such a pretty colour palette is back in for this season! I wore my new favourite midi-length checked skirt from Topshop, some lace-up brogues from h&m, and a duck-egg blue knitted sweater. I happened to pop into a vintage emporium en route & swapped my sparkly mui mui's for this £8 pair of cat-eye/gold bar sunglasses. I love ad-hoc buys when you're sheltering from the rain!

{photos by me, portraits by Michelle, all edits by me}



Glass of Fashion

Earlier this week I was lucky enough to get to go to the Edeline Lee SS14 presentation (thanks Sophie!), particularly as it was one I missed during the hectic days of fashion week. The looks were showcased in a set of side-by-side white rooms, floating black balloons & bunting strung up from corner to corner. With the dulcet tones of an a cappella choral singer haunting the room, the girls drifted slowly & pensively amongst one another & we got to see the beautiful collection that was on show. Mint green sleeves with monochromatic check board drop-waist skirts in silk made up one look, whilst others were in soft grey, heavier dresses, pleated & with ikat blue & white designs breaking up the block colour. One thing I love about Edeline Lee is that the clothes are just so pretty & so wearable; I'll definitely be coming back for more next season!

Glass of Fashion
Glass of fashion
Glass of Fashion
Glass of Fashion

{all photos & edits by me}
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