11 December 2013


What I will probably end up wearing to my Tropical themed Christmas party.

8 December 2013

More is More

Big fan of this really annoyingly titled ( 'too much of a good thing is superb') story shot by Richard Burbridge for ID. 
Inspired styling is by Charlotte Collet.

20 November 2013

Grayson vs Cara


Wonder if potter Grayson Perry was an inspiration for Sarah Richardson, who styled Cara Delevingne for this month's ID Magazine.... See more here.

12 November 2013

Luxe Concrete

Just a casual walk along the Westway in gauze and pvc. 
Photographs by Marcus Palmqvist for Rodeo Magazine

8 November 2013

Jamie's rings

Silver thorns, onyx and a glass eye. A good selection in my book.

22 October 2013

Slick of Colour

Morris Louis, Gamma Tau,1960
Clyfford Still, PH- 131, 1951
A slick of colour this morning in grey central London as I had a look round Hauser & Wirth on Saville Row.
Both paintings are part of an exhibition showing the collection of Reinhard Onnasch and spanning the London, Mayfair and Piccadilly galleries. Ends 14th December 2013.

14 October 2013

Empty Plates

This Vincent van de Wijngaard picture reminded me of this
Good old Picasso and his croissants, photographed by Robert Doisneau

11 October 2013

Rainy Afternoon

 Really enjoyed Alasdair McLellan and Olivier Rizzo teaming up up for AnOther Magazine Issue 25. Mixing high gloss with easy going casual or work wear isn't groundbreaking but I've always been a fan and love the way it has been done here.
 The only way to wear a floor length sequin dress
 Rizzo tends to use lots of clothes and props from his own 'archive'. This makes me feel a lot better about all the bags of clothes I've got, bought for a purpose that hasn't quite presented itself yet.

8 October 2013

Dig by Daniel Silver

Today I went to the exhibition 'Dig' by artist Daniel Silver. Curated by Artangel, the sculpture was displayed in what was once one of the biggest Odeon cinemas in central London but has now been reduced to a building site. The artwork and site worked so well together that even though sculpture isn't always my thing, I found the installation thought provoking and inspiring.
The downstairs dungeon bit is the part you've probably already seen on someone's instagram. I loved the swampy boardwalk around the standing statues.
And I really liked this unintentional art work by the invigilators
For more see the Artangel website, here.

Hello Cowboy

Cowboy layering

29 September 2013

Spanner in the works

Pawn shops do make me sad, but then I think how happy I'd be if I had this bolt and spanner bangle