Diana Ross, THE Style Boss: Peter Jensen

Diana Ross is THE ultimate diva in my eyes. I first really became aware of her when Chain Reaction came out, before that I just thought of her as Michael Jackson’s ‘aunty’.  Travesty I know. In any case I swiftly educated myself in the stunning stylish ways of Diana. You can’t think of Diana Ross without thinking of the amazing looks she pulled. She continues to be a style … Continue reading Diana Ross, THE Style Boss: Peter Jensen

Definitely Not Ropey: Loving Eleanor Bolton Statement Jewellery

I’m a fan of statement jewellery, necklaces in particular and often wear non-metal pieces. Wood, leather and textiles are favourite materials so when I spotted this gorgeous rope necklace on Emerald Street the drooling commenced. It is by British accessories designer Eleanor Bolton  who produces handmade pieces from her London studio.  While studying at the Royal College of Art, she developed a unique technique using rope … Continue reading Definitely Not Ropey: Loving Eleanor Bolton Statement Jewellery

Ty Tys: Ties With A Stylish Africa Inspired Twist

Wonder if I am the first person who has been inspired to write a style post after watching The Book of Mormon?! Mormon missionaries definitely rock a distinctive street style that can be spotted a mile off with their precise partings, white short-sleeved shirts and dark ties. In Book of Mormon there is a style twist which made me think of a cool company I … Continue reading Ty Tys: Ties With A Stylish Africa Inspired Twist

Style Queens At the Sport of Kings: MINT Polo in the Park

My general life ethos is “why not?” so when Coast recently invited me to join them at MINT Polo in the Park, who was I to decline.  Chukkas, Charles & Camilla, Champagne and (Jilly) Cooper were the extent of my knowledge of the Sport of Kings and I was looking forward to learning more. The annual event is held at the Hurlingham Club, considered by … Continue reading Style Queens At the Sport of Kings: MINT Polo in the Park

Wonder of The Print World: Taj Mahal

Prints just lift the spirits so. Recently I met someone wearing the delightful orange and zebra print below, by young designer, Charlotte Taylor.  Her bold , fun designs paired with elegant silhouettes always bring a smile to my face. The current collection was inspired by a trip to Rajasthan last year and features traditional Indian techniques and fabrics with icons such as peacocks, sacred cows … Continue reading Wonder of The Print World: Taj Mahal

Hairmazing Hair Sculpture

I have just been to the hairdressers for a trim. I would love to see  my hairdresser’s face if i’d whipped these pics out and said I want “something like this”. These amazing creations and hair sculptures are part of the Tressé Agoche collection, by Haitian-American designer Joanne Petit-Frére. See more of her work at http://www.tresse-agoche.com Continue reading Hairmazing Hair Sculpture