Too Risqué?


 How can I sum up the Julien Macdonald A/W17 ready-to-wear show?

Stunning intricate pieces with a splash of 70’s glamour and a pinch of vulgarity but somehow it all works.

My 3 favourite looks from the collection…

What’s this ‘Too Risqué’ (maybe on the verge of tacky) business all about?

See below…

See it all here –



It’s STILL raining so I thought I would make this post weather relevant.

RAINS is a Danish rainwear company founded in 2012. It has made the traditional rubber raincoat much cooler offering a full line of waterproof outerwear, bags and accessories to the fashion conscious consumers who are not lucky enough to live in LA.

I have just ordered the baby blue number below…unfortunately it’s perfect for London life!


Inspired by both Scandinavian weather and design heritage, RAINS merge traditional methods with innovative techniques to create understated and considered rainwear made to last beyond the season.

Check them out




I usually don’t put too much pressure on myself on making New Years resolutions but this year I’m feeling rather inspired…

Exercise more. I am burning calories just thinking about going for a slow walk in these Adidas by Stella McCartney outfits.

Get that promotion. I’m not bossy, I’m the boss in Versace, Bruno Cucinelli  & Étoile Isabel Marant.

Learn French. Just so you can go to Paris dressed in Frame & J Crew.


Time to reform


Knowing where what I wear comes from is becoming increasingly important to me, which is why I love the break out brand REFORMATION. It has recently come to the UK and is also stocked at Net-a-Porter. Their collections are sultry, simple and elegant. Reformation’s key pieces can be dialed up or down and suit the work/play nature of London life.

Some of my wishlist pieces below.

Pop up store Mon 7th November – December 2016
61-63 Monmouth Street, London, WC2H 9DG

The brand was created in 2009 by Yael Aflalo. They design and manufacture the majority of their limited-edition collections in their factory headquarters in downtown Los Angeles. All other garments are produced by responsible manufacturing partners using sustainable methods and materials. They source sustainable fabrics and vintage garments while incorporating better practices throughout their supply chain to make beautiful styles at a fraction of the environmental impact of conventional fashion. It is their mission to lead and inspire a sustainable way to be fashionable.



Winter Guru


Like most of you, I often look to the wonderful fashion bloggers of instagram for style tips. This winter Camille Charrière is my style guru. She mixes statement pieces with cosy knitware and keeps her make up and hair low key.

The look below is my favourite. Lady like, casual and chic!


Other great winter looks

And her blog…