Last night, I attended the launch of the inaugral Design for Diversity festival at the National Museum of Scotland, where I saw renowned fashion commentator Caryn Franklin MBE in conversation with designers Teatum Jones and Linda of Rwandan fashion brand Haute Baso.
During the event, CarynFranklin interviewed these diversity champions to discuss the ongoing importance for diversity celebration within the global fashion industry, whilst an exhibition of work hosted by the talented Edinburgh College of Art fashion students took place.Read more to discover what else is on the cards for Fashion Forum 2018 and book event tickets now.
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Happy new year everyone! 2017 was a wild one, full of huge ups and its fair share of downs, so I am beyond excited about the year ahead for myself and my little blog! When it comes to resolutions, the biggie for me in 2018 is to continue my journey towards being more ethical in all walks of life, from food to fashion. Read on to find out my goals for the next 12 months!
Instead of buying something new, Fashion Revolution are encouraging fashion lovers everywhere to write a love letter to a piece in their wardrobe that is truly hard working and carries a heartfelt story beyond the brand or the trend. I’ve decided to write my #FashionLoveStory about a vintage jacket handmade by my great grandmother that remains one of my favourite things to wear. Here, I explore the tale of this faux fur and silk kimono jacket with my mother, and we reminisce about the history of fashion told through our own family.
London luxury watch brand Adexe invited me to share the ‘gift of time’ this Christmas by styling their Meek Petite Rose Gold piece for a festive night out. Scroll on to check out the outfit details, find out more about Adexe, and unlock an exclusive discount code!