September: Art & Culture

The year does not truly start until September- the autumn leaves bring in new prospects and books, expositions, the beginnings of Doctor Who and that first cup of steaming tea when it's freezing outside. It's also the time for change- in particular for new starts, as it was for me, with leaving the metropolitan lifestyle behind and entering a slower pace in Durham where I can't get around on the Tube. The move to the countryside of dales and moors is in order- away from the smoky grey bustle of London.

Mixing the Fashion and Business Cocktail

After laboriously trying to keep on top of both the real world and the fashion world, I have started to see potential similarities and patterns when it comes to behaviour concerning clothes and politics, or general knowledge perhaps. Right now, with the recession still fully active, it feels like designers are not only saving on the amount of money … Continue reading Mixing the Fashion and Business Cocktail

Banais Premier Collection

After getting to know someone over three years, you would think that I know their style and vision perfectly, so I was surprised when I first got a glimpse of my friend Zuzia's collection. Although I did know she had a certain fondness for geometrical shapes and easy, manageable forms, I did not expect her pieces to … Continue reading Banais Premier Collection

Glamour Magazine Styling Workshop

Working at the Glamour Styling workshops was always some kind of an aspiration- before, at the Fashion Journalism, I learnt a lot, but frankly, made no progress. After creating Stylion and Sparkle my work took a life of its own... Let me show you the more successful workshops, with pretty shoots, make up creation and … Continue reading Glamour Magazine Styling Workshop