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Thursday, 30 September 2010

I honestly used to pick up W Magazine and be like where is the content?, Where is the text?. I feel that it has changed for the better already and the previous issue was engaging and full of things that caught my attention. Stefano Tonchi is injecting new life into W, lets hope with the reshuffle of editors in the magazines in London, change can be for the better and not the worse.

That face

Market Trawling with Dan Sann & enjoying a bite of Indian
Body beautiful with Robbie Spencer opting out on focusing on the beauty of the model and the silhouette of the garments
Sensual & Seductive, interesting cover, face covered, bosom bursting, full lips, choker. The cover exudes sexual energy

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Right now there is so much going on in my head beyond just fashion as in all honesty I found this fashion week a disappointment ( not because I am not a part of it as Jaiden rVa James) as I always went to see and view as many shows as I could regardless and have done so since I was 17. I just felt London lacked edge and was trying too hard to be polished, when what I really miss is the edge, the grit and that raw talent that comes into its own each and every season. Now all I hear is sales and figures and trying to hype up about how well the designers are selling and where they are stocked I applaud this but in many cases it's simply not true and many designers remain unstocked and creating clothes just for the sake of it. I know a few who simply forget the purpose of a show is to present to press and buyers. I miss Gareth Pugh and his ground breaking theatrical drama, he epitomized London design. Henry Holland I admire a lot his music was great and the clothes wearable and sell able, young and fun, he is a genius in the business sense capitalizing on youth quake and cool that surrounded Aggyness and himself. This opened doors for him to become a household name appearing as a presenter, an array of collabs and bagging himself a lucrative deal with Debenhams. The Men's day really has come into it's own and gets more respect each season, I found that the designers that show are growing steadily and finding themselves and what works for both the brand and their customer.

Thursday, 23 September 2010


I had the pleasure of hanging out with new people this fashion week that made a mediocre outing fun, the shows this season were strong yet not strong enough, I feel I was waiting for something or someone to truly wow and dazzle me but whatever Simone, Lucy & Micheal helped make it fun

Here is some of Simone's work

Timberland x Wallpaper x Martine Rose event

Thursday, 16 September 2010

An evening with Daniel Sannwald and friends, Daniel is a really interesting and unique person, who's ideas, thoughts and outlook are so different and rare that it's just refreshing to meet a person who looks at life differently and lives it like living is art

Saturday, 11 September 2010

RE-BEL TWO- The New Generation, I Killed My Mother, Bret Easton Ellis, Simon Foxton, David Gandy, Juergen Teller, Shepard Fairey, AA Bronson,

Friday, 10 September 2010

Anna Trevelyan styling

Vogue Homme Japan x Robbie Spencer x Ben Toms