Stella & Dot is a New York based accessories brand selling through their website and through freelance stylists and trunk shows. The label was founded on the idea of versatility; both with allowing women to run their own sustainable business, and in terms of the jewellery itself, which is totally multi-wear and customizable. These beautiful bohemian earrings from the new Summer collection can be unhooked and taken apart to wear as studs, small dangly earrings or full-on festival chic drop earrings, so you basically get 3 in 1!
For the first time in history, a pair of jeans can cost you less than the price of a sandwich, and you can buy them from the same shop too. In a culture of supermarket fashion, we have become so far detached geographically and mentally from the people who make our clothes that we have forgot how much it actually costs to make them. The images in this post are from my latest sustainable fashion obsession, Studio Five.
I’ve never been to Livingston before, nor heard much about it, but when the lovely Michelle from Michelle Brown PR told me about an upcoming event I couldn’t resist checking it out. Ladies Night at The Centre Livingston (a huge shopping complex full of big brand names) was a full on girly night out with some of my favourite Edinburgh and Glasgow bloggers. complete with make up tutorials from Jamie Genevieve, styling sessions with Forever Yours Betty, delicious food at Wagamama’s and a killer shopping spree. Read on to find out more….
Taylor Morris is a British sunglasses brand founded by Made in Chelsea star Hugo Taylor and his best friend Charlie Morris. Last week I had the pleasure of meeting the founders themselves in their biggest stockist Harvey Nichols to find out more about their company and preview the new collection alongside some other bloggers and press over lunch on the beautiful HN fourth floor restaurant in Edinburgh.
Many bloggers, myself included, have the tendency to sugarcoat less than perfect experiences with brands in an attempt to maintain a PR-friendly image. But I’m going to be totally honest with you about my day at London Fashion Week Festival 2017, the newly revamped and relocated London Fashion Weekend. It kinda sucked.