fashion, like any other art form, is all about reinterpretation. you get inspired by something, and you evoke that in your creative expression. many years ago, some friends and i tried to start our own magazine. i was appointed creative director, and one of the first ideas i had for a shoot was to reinterpret childhood outfits into modern day fashion ensembles. the magazine never took off, and...
saturday: eurovision night with the girls. back in february when i was exploring lip colour for a wedding, i bought a fun orangey pink lipstick. i thought i’d try pairing it with this batwing top as an extra pop of colour, and i also wore my clip-in hair extensions (so ghetto). top: a wear jeans: gap black flats: ecco hair: hairspray sunday: dinner party at a friend’s house....
rather than posting one by one entries for my 30x30 challenge, i’m going to group my outfits into batches. the first week has almost been too easy since i basically had everything to choose from. i didn’t start getting creative until the end of the week but i’m definitely enjoying the challenge! sunday: it was a beautiful day, but windy, so i made sure to stick with layers ...
i’ve been meaning to do the 30x30 challenge ever since i saw my friend adelle post about it on her blog. i’m currently in the process of moving house, and so i figured what better time to try living off a rotation of 30 items than when all my stuff is packed up in boxes? adelle lives in san francisco, which despite being in california is privy to ever-changing weather conditions. kind...
my hometown in england is a small town of 15,000 people. there weren’t a lot of places for young people to shop for clothes without going to the next town, but when i was 17 i became very fond of trawling the many charity shops on the high street for unique finds. the best thing i ever found was a really cheesy shiny pink prom dress for £8, which i wore to my high school leavers’...