Spring Trends for 2018

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

Fashion Interview with Shini of Park & Cube

For the lovers of the fresh witty generation of fashion bloggers, graduates of the top fashion universities, Shini Park of Park & Cube is the pioneer of blogging with a twist. From the emerging shoots of her first few posts (mostly with DIY and inspirations from shows) grew into beautifully edited swanlike images and text which is what attracts so many readers to the London-based blog.

Using Paper 53 for Illustrations

I have been using Paper 53 now for my illustrations for a couple of years now. I find that although I love the natural look of pen-to-paper calligraphy styles that are then digitalized, Paper 53 gives me a smooth edge to my pen stroke that corrects my handwriting's natural kinks and broken chain links between letters, and my illustrations simply LOOK better than they used to on paper.

Top 3 Habits for Spring

Now that April has arrived (yeeey!) it is hight time to start thinking about the month as one to be really productive, especially if you have fallen off the wagon already. What you had set yourself from January, you haven't kept to completely, and you are worried how you will be able to keep to your plans...

Quiz: Are you a Real Instagram Addict?

With more and more celebrities coming off Instagram (Justin Bieber, Iggy Azelea, Selena Gomez etc.), it is time to question whether everyone’s go-to platform for avocado toast breakfast flatlay’s and ootd hashtags is really worth staying on.

Spring Style 2017

Spring has now arrived in the western hemisphere, and with it, the best looks for the spring to take the stuffiness out of your outfits into your spring wardrobe. The look for this spring is airy and playful, focusing both on minimalism in clean shapes and styling, and rustic style with flower details and ruffles.

What next for British Vogue?

With the departure of Alexandra Shulman, the editor of British Vogue for the last 25 years, comes a rising tide for a change in how Vogue in the UK will respond to the growing changes surrounding its issues as a leading fashion magazine, its take on the current fashion climate in the UK and abroad, and the changing role of a female-directed media source in the modern day.

Henry Moore and Burberry AW17

The sculptor and painter Henry Moore inspired many young artists. An unusual collaborative retrospect between fashion and art was commissioned by one of the top names in British fashion- Burberry, for their AW17 collection.