Issue One of MOOK magazine, on display at Graduate Fashion Week, London, 6th-10th June…
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Nostalgia is hard hitting the fashion world this year: could it be that the arrival of 2010, the end of the first decade of the new millennium, caused a need for reflection and reminiscing of times gone past…
Even Swimwear trends for spring/summer 2010 present us with classic and sophisticated looks, with a bit of cheeky 50s fun thrown in!
S/S 2010 collection by London based swimwear designer Samantha Sage... Simply beautiful.
Thursday, 11 March 2010
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Thursday, 25 February 2010
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Monday, 15 February 2010
Whilst rummaging through the tatty treasures in the world renowned ‘Les Puces’ flea market, I discovered a little suitcase full of old holiday snaps, postcards and stamps. I thought it was fascinating to see and read someone else’s past stories but also quite sad to think their memories had been lost and ended up for sale.
Wednesday, 10 February 2010
'I love paris in the spring time
I love paris in the fall
I love paris in the summer when it sizzles
I love paris in the winter when it drizzles
I love paris every moment
Every moment of the year
I love paris, why oh why do I love paris
Because my love is here...'
Friday, 29 January 2010
Yesterday I visited the Fashion and Textile Museum where they are currently holding a retrospective exhibition of Foale and Tuffin - two influential designers who were at the heart of the cultural explosion in London in the sixties.
The Foale and Tuffin label was what cool girls wore - colourful, pop-inspired mini-dresses and trend-setting trouser suits were just some of the key pieces that were ahead of their time in developing popular, desirable fashion.
Foale and Tuffin - Made in England presents a vibrant and inspiring representation of two key British fashion designers of the 1960s and the part they played in creating the changing London scene. It revisits the Sixties vibe by recreating their boutique, showroom and design studio and chart the very personal story of two women who set up on their own with just a lot of courage and £200 in their pockets!