Wednesday, 24 February 2010



Got the blues

Ali ♥ !

(via fyeahcutehair and ohmyblog)


Tuesday, 23 February 2010

London Fashion Week 23/2/10

Hermione De Paula a/w 2010

Meadham Kirchhoff a/w 2010

If you're wondering why I have started watermarking my images, it is because it has come to my attention through two kind readers that a well known blogger has been duplicating my images/posts. I am not one to name names, but I feel it is only fair to credit other bloggers when you use any images from their sites. This is why I always credit and welcome anyone who is able to credit an image that I am not able to. Unfortunately this is not always the case with other people/blogs.

(source images via, edited by me)


Saturday, 20 February 2010

London Fashion Week 20/2/10

Anne Sofie Back a/w 10

Charles Anastase a/w 2010

Heikki Salonen (Fashion east) a/w 2010

Felder Felder a/w 2010

Hannah Marshall a/w 2010

And get ready for image overload because Topshop Unique is on a whole new level of ah-may-zingg...

The eyebrow extensions, the faux davey Crocker hats, the belt layering over fake fur, the mud riddled hair, the knits, the socks...

(source images via, edited by me)


Friday, 19 February 2010

London Fashion Week 19/2/10

I haven't really posted much fashion week imagery yet, mostly because I wasn't massively impressed with New York's offering. However, one day into London Fashion week and already I'm impressed...I can't wait to see what the rest of the week brings!

David Koma a/w 2010

BStore a/w 2010

Bora Aksu a/w 2010

Charlie Le Mindu a/w 2010

(source images via, edited by me)


Thursday, 18 February 2010

Owl City

So Abbey Lee has an owl tattood on her middle finger, so she can flip people 'the bird'...? HA.

(via thefashionspot)


Eye candy



Sunday, 14 February 2010

Volt Magazine Issue 07

Last week I was emailed some exclusive sneak previews on the new issue of Volt magazine. Volt is quite an unusual magazine. For starters, it's twice the size of your average Vogue or Elle, and neatly enough comes without being bound so you're free to remove the pages and blue tack them to your walls without unsightly staple rips or accidentally ripping the page in two (we've all been there...).
Not that you'd need much more encouragement to do this of course. The imagery is always lush, be it a giant dripping chanel lipstick, Daisy Lowe peering from under her fringe in intense close-up or a model with hair teased so high is resembles a storm cloud.

So what do the two covers (i.e. Gemma Slack plus Mark Fast) equal? Knowing Volt, it could be anything...

The full issue will be released March 2010.


How to do crimped hair

Jessica Stam
"Jean Queen"
Vogue Nippon June 2007

(via modelcouture)


Saturday, 13 February 2010

Shut up and drive

I think I need to stop blasting Abbey Lee videos in everyones face, but I love this 10x more than the actual editorial in Pop magazine!


Normally I compile the images that inspire me each week, however, considering the circumstances this week, the scrapbook will comprise of some of the imagery which I felt personally connected to in Alexander McQueen's work. You can view his collections by season fully on

Whilst at Givenchy, his most famous collection featured robots spraying a cotton dress. McQueen left the fashion house in 2001.

“People ignore the ugly things in life but within this they are missing the beauty that lies under the rotten fruit.” - Alexander McQueen

His autumn/winter 2006-7 collection was dedicated to McQueen’s close friend Isabella Blow who had comitted suicide months earlier. It featured a hologram of Kate Moss as a finale.

“The show shouldn’t overshadow the clothes and vice versa. There always must be some sort of interaction with the audience to get the message across that’s going through your mind. The one show in which that was key was the Asylum show, with the padded cell. It’s good to leave the audience in bewilderment.”

” When I was in Paris I tried to mold in with this concept of couture and this
hierarchy, but it’s just not me. I can’t play that game. I think it
looks stupid when designers play these bourgeois characters. At the end
of the day, I’m left with the real me. What you see is what you get.”

Alexander McQueen