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NYFW: Looks Post 1

Here are some of the looks from NYFW that I really like. Mouse-over for the designer.

Josie Natori

Josie Natori

Josie Natori

Josie Natori



Halston Heritage

Halston Heritage

Gary Graham

Gary Graham

Gary Graham

Gary Graham

Derek Lam 10 Crosby

Derek Lam 10 Crosby


Creatures of the Wind

Creatures of the Wind

Creatures of the Wind

BCBG Max Azria

BCBG Max Azria

BCBG Max Azria

BCBG Max Azria

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Styling Work: Ursus Cooler

I recently had a styling job for an advert for the Romanian beer ‘Ursus Cooler’. After a few days of shopping and fittings, we spent 16 hours on the beach filming. Here’s the final advert. You may have to log in to youtube to view the video because of age restrictions due to alcohol-related content.

I even had the adventure of driving the costume truck home because I had gone there by taxi in the morning, and there was nobody to drive the truck, so I offered to do it. I’ve never driven anything so big, and I feel that my next step up should be a concrete mixer! Ahaha :)


The advert was shot with Rock Productions.

F is for Fringing

Shake it like a Polaroid picture.


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Stella McCartney




Nicole Miller




Sass & Bide

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E is for Excitement: Menswear S/S 2015 – Get ready!

Men’s S/S 2015 collections in London start  tomorrow. Here are some of the designers to look forward to on Day 1 (Sunday), with 3 looks each from their S/S 2014 collections. Scroll to the bottom for a full schedule of Sunday’s shows.

Lou Dalton





Christopher Raeburn




Agi & Sam





Richard Nicoll

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Richard Nicoll_man_ss14

Richard Nicoll_man_ss14

Lee Roach

Lee Roach 1

Lee Roach 2

Lee Roach 3


Jonathan Saunders

Jonathan Saunders 1

Jonathan Saunders 2

Jonathan Saunders 3


These are the shows and presentations tomorrow:

09:00 YMC

09:30 Nicholas Kirkwood

10:00 Lou Dalton

10:00 dunhill

10:30 John Lobb

11:00 Astrid Andersen

11:30 Kent and Curwen

12:00 Topman Design

12:30 Hardy Amies

13:00 Matthew Miller

13:30: Hentsch Man

14:00 Christopher Raeburn

14:00 Jonathan Saunders

15:00 MAN

16:00 Lee Roach

16:30 Louis Leeman Paris

17:00 Richard Nicoll

18:00 Christopher Shannon

18:99 Gieves & Hawkes

19:00 Agi & Sam

19:30 DKNY Men

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Licensed to Ill + Dangermouse

I was in Topman buying a gift for a friend and I spotted this men’s t-shirt. I bought one for myself and cut it into a sleeveless boatneck cropped top, perfect to wear with trousers! I love the Beastie Boys, and Licensed to Ill is my favourite album of theirs, so I just couldn’t pass on this t-shirt.

beastie boys

I find that in general I prefer the graphics on men’s t-shirts, which means I have a lot of cropped boatneck sleeveless t-shirts in my wardrobe! I also have a lot of halterneck t-shirts – when I’m feeling crafty enough to use more than just scissors I take out the sewing machine and sew the t-shirt into a halterneck, like in this photo (the green straps are my bag).

danger mouse

That’s a very old photo – I’ve since grown my hair past my shoulders and shaved it all off again!

I don’t remember where I bought this t-shirt, it could’ve been from one of those t-shirt shops in touristy areas abroad – I like to get large sizes because it gives me more material to work with to make halternecks, and if I want I can switch fabric colours from one t-shirt to another.

Dangermouse was one of my favourite cartoons in the 80s! I also have a Thundercats t-shirt, bought from one of the same shops – again, I loved Thundercats as a kid. Don’t get me started on the Ninja Turtles…

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C is for Christopher Shannon

One of my favourite menswear designers, Christopher Shannon has worked with designers including Helmut Lang. He is originally from Liverpool, and launched his label thanks to NEWGEN MEN. He is heavily influenced by sportswear and streetwear. Holding an MA in Menswear from Central Saint Martins, he was asked to design pieces for the 2012 Summer Olympics opening ceremony.

These pieces are from his S/S 2014 and A/W 2014/15 collections. He will be presenting his S/S 2015 collection on Sunday 15th June. I can’t wait!




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B is for Butterfly

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Alice + Olivia

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Valentino_001_1366.450x675 prefall14





Alexis Mabille


Alexis Mabille


Alexis Mabille

Ines Figaredo

Ines Figaredo



Alexander McQueen

Alexander McQueen

Jean Paul Gaultier

Jean Paul GaultierRichard James

Richard James

The Elder Statesman

The Elder Statesman (scarf detail)

Sergio Rossi

Sergio Rossi

Alexander McQueen 02

Alexander McQueen (ring)

A is for Apple



Red Valentino A/W 2014/15


Red Valentino clutch

Red Valentino



Sonia by Sonia Rykiel Pre-Fall 2014

Emily Dahl

by Emily Dahl


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Rene Magritte The Son of Man

The Son of Man by René Magritte

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Vertical lines in Resort 2015 collections…

Apiece Apart 02 Resort 2015
Apiece Apart

Band of Outsiders 05 Resort 2015
Band of Outsiders

Bottega Veneta 12 Resort 2015 NY
Bottega Veneta

Diesel Black Gold 15 Resort 2015
Diesel Black Gold

Tory Burch 01 Resort 2015
Tory Burch

Alexander Wang 03 Resort 2015
Alexander Wang

Derek Lam 10 Resort 2015
Derek Lam

JC de Castelbajac 11 Resort 2015
JC de Castelbajac

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[LFW] Headonism 1

Headonism, supported by the Royal Ascot and curated by Stephen Jones, is an initiative by the British Fashion Council to support emerging talent within millinery.  At London Fashion Week AW13, the five designers showcased were Aurora Ozma, Emma Yeo, William Chambers, Piers Atkinsom and Moody and Farrell.

A short video introducing the Headonism exhibition can be viewed here.

I spoke to some of the designers at Headonism:





Aurora Ozma is based in London but is originally from Newcastle.  This is her second collection, and her first time at Headonism.  She is inspired by her love of vintage clothes and hats, and is completely self-taught.  She uses materials such as nappa leather, Swarovski crystals and buckram coated with acrylic paint to achieve a texture that doesn’t look ‘too clean’.  She is also inspired by figures such as Marie-Antoinette.

According to the press release for this collection title ‘Backseam Bullet’, it draws upon influences such as the Belle-Epoque, tattered American-tan stockings, and girdles.

I really like the collection – the colours are neutral and really adaptable, and the styles are classic but still unique.  I love the glamour of the hats, and I think they’d add plenty of attitude to an outfit.

For more information, you can visit Aurora Ozma’s website.

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