BRAND TO KNOW: Rose Rankin

If like me, comfortable, good-looking crepes are your go-to, you’ll no doubt appreciate my latest style find. Rose Rankin is an eponymous footwear label created by a talented designer that’s successfully piqued the interest of everyone from sneaker heads to supermodels and national press with its bold and beautifully formulated designs. Specialising in designing and crafting unique trainers, London-based Rose Rankin studied computer aided fashion design and footwear design at Central Saint Martins. Now her creations can be found at some of our favourite boutiques in the city and around the UK. I had the pleasure of meeting Rose and at The…


Gather + See: My Favourite Conscious Shopping Destination

Meet Gather&See, a curated marketplace of sustainable style offering superb collections from the very best in conscious fashion from around the world. Showcasing designers that pride themselves on aesthetics and ethics in equal measures, Gather&See operate according to six amazing founding principles: Fair trade, Organic, Recycled, Eco-friendly, Handmade and Small Scale Production. I love their ethos, great taste and carefully selected brands so set out to find out more about the story behind the growing retailer’s mission. Founded by Stephanie Hogg and Alicia Taylor, Gather&See was born from a foray into the world of artisanal craft, garment production, and travelling the…

INTERVIEW: Olivia Bossert Founder of Atlas Magazine

There are many magazines in the world but not many editors can attest to their publication being as well-loved by its loyal readers and supporters as one mag in particular. Atlas Magazine is an quarterly fashion and photography publication that aims to showcase the image-making talents of a global community of creatives. It seems to have blown up overnight, with a Kickstarter campaign aiding a sudden leap into print, and a subsequent boom in its following turning heads all over the world. Atlas was founded in 2012 by Megan Breukelman and Olivia Bossert. After nurturing a creative online friendship from…

olive clothing

BRAND TO KNOW: Olive Clothing

Olive is a British contemporary clothing brand with a big fanbase here in London. The creators of these comfy, directional and ethically-focused pieces are however, based in Cheltenham where their flagship store lives. Now, I don’t like to spoil the joyful surprises of Christmas day but I’ve been dropping plenty of hints in the lead-up to that day of gifting; suggesting a bunch of items from this fantastic little store. Pulling together and combining vintage looks, street style, androgynous cuts and fabrics and presenting layered outfit ideas, Olive is everything I dream of when it comes to casual fashion and…


Letterbox Surprises with Not Another Bill

The good weather is finally here and with it comes an opportunity to accessorise as only a dutiful creative can. Thanks to my friends at Not-Another-Bill, I’ve discovered See Concept, a super-cool French company specialising in innovative eyewear. Just before I launch into all the reasons we love See Concept’s colourful and creative designs and of course, their unique philosophy, allow me tell you a little of Not-Another-Bill‘s story. Getting a carefully curated and beautifully wrapped present in the post is the sort of thing that makes me tear up with joy so it was a most happy union when I discovered Not-Another-Bill….

Brothers We Stand

INTERVIEW: Jonathan Mitchell of Brothers We Stand

I met up with a game-changing 25 year old from east London named Jonathan Mitchell to talk menswear, sustainability and the future of fashion… Jonathan is the founder of Brothers We Stand, a new menswear retailer unlike any other. Supported by brands, creatives, entrepreneurs, designers and taste-makers who believe in turning the fashion industry around, the platform aims to put an end to unethical fast-fashion, changing the way we think, shop and live. By curating a selection of ethical brands that champion seriously good-looking design and fair, responsible practices, Brothers We Stand presents an alternative to throw-away fashion and encourage us to think…


7 Talks To Catch at London Fashion Week Festival

We’ve begun 2017 by laying the foundations for ambitious plans and attending a host of uplifting creative events. This month, we’re attending London Fashion Weekend Festival 2017 at its brand new venue The Store, not for the purposes of staring starry-eyed at a runway of very lithe-looking ankles in very pointy-looking shoes, but to speak with and draw inspiration from like-minded and inspirational women. This year’s industry talks programme features a stellar line-up of entrepreneurs and creatives representing the likes of the world’s largest forces in fashion, art and lifestyle. With tickets still available and the Fashion Weekend talks programme kicking off on 23rd February, we’ve picked out a…