As with the beginning of a new year there should be some new posts and after seeing everyone doing favourites on Instagram and YouTube I wanted to follow this particular trend down this alleyway, as I think it will be immesurably useful to have something to look back on when it comes to products, clothing … Continue reading January Favourites
I have been writing and editing for Her Campus for a while now and I am seriously hoping that this term will be the best for this new venture, which is equally terrifying and exciting at the same time. I thought it would be interesting to start a student section on my blog as being … Continue reading What I Learnt From Last Term
Kim Kardashian has always been a celebrity that has garnered widespread criticism across fashion and celebrity media. Her family’s TV program and her constant presence in the media make her a personality unlikely to be ignored and instead celebrated in the online community. The Kardashian Klan has brought in their own lines of clothing and … Continue reading Kim Kardashian: Fashion Icon?
Most people now in this fast-paced world are in pursuit of trying to find the most natural, productive and unadulterated way to be human, aiming to cut out stress from their lives. Whether that would be through decluttering the house of superfluous junk, or clearing out your the mind through focused mediation, de-stressing and finding the 'real' seems to be a focus for many people nowadays.
Going to Japan is wonderful- nothing could be more exciting than visiting the country of cherry blossom, anime and sushi. Japan is full of things to do, and will cater to many different people! For the foodies, you have a nation which lives off the most delicious food in the world, with natural flavours enhanced … Continue reading Going to Japan: Essential Information
Technology and fashion have inevitably come together over the last couple of years. As the world of electronics grew more and more focused, certain target groups were outlined- first Apple came out with two versions of the iPhone- the colourful jelly case ‘for the masses’ and the first ‘S’ model, perfectly fitted into a gold, … Continue reading How are Fashion and Technology Collaborating?
The September issues give the fashion world some time to step away from topical issues, political events and awards ceremonies usually interspersed among the issues running up to the main fashion issue. The majority of fashion brands this year moved on from the 60's inspiration onto the 70's, with browns reigning supreme. Remember my review … Continue reading The Key ‘September Issue’ Trend: Embroidery
It's funny how often you can end up using the phrase 'riot of colour'. If there is a spring fashion show, it's going to be plastered across every review and blog post across the Internet. However, using it to describe Notting Hill would be just a simple understatement. The festival is like a warmer, happier … Continue reading Notting Hill Carnival
When it comes to the A/W collections, especially this year, there is one thing which is similar in all and that stands out in a very ominous manner. The truth is, although there are patches of red and blue popping up, most of the collections are, unfortunately, black. With the materials varying from brand to … Continue reading Why are the A/W collections the hardest to create?
Peony Lim does not only pull off her flawless makeup - she also has an impeccable sartorial style to match. After finishing the London University of Arts with a degree in Fashion Promotion, she set up a blog, inspired by how many photos were taken of her while at university. Since then, she has been … Continue reading Lightning Fashion Interview with Peony Lim
I don't know about anyone else, but I start looking at spring trends in January. It's January, so no one stocks anything yet, there are still sales going on and everyone is still stuck in knitwear, not spring wear. However, there is something about a new year that also signals a new wardrobe, and nothing … Continue reading Spring Trends for 2018
As anyone who has been to Japan knows, the seafood in Japan is some of the freshest in the world. Since it is now January and the New Year, I wanted to bring back some of my favourite memories from the place in Japan that I associate most with Christmas, good Japanese food and snow. … Continue reading Toro, Uni, Kani: The Sapporo Fish Market
Last year I went to Kyoto for a couple of days and even though it was early December, the weather was still very warm and I managed to find this great little Japanese garden nestled among the houses and roads in Kyoto. The garden had a very uniform design, but with the falling leaves on … Continue reading One Autumn Day in Kyoto
If you ever wondered what trends could come back from your childhood, look no further than the summer of 2017. Some of the most daring 90’s fashion trends are coming back in a big way this season and one of these is the mule! The mule is a slip-on shoe, preferably with a slight heel … Continue reading Mules: The Perfect 90’s throwback