Roberi and Fraud: The new Instagram ‘It’ Brand

The sunglasses brand, Roberi and Fraud, might not be one you’ve heard of but it will definitely be one you’ve seen. Sported upon the faces of Instagram It Girls like the Hadid sisters and Kendall Jenner, these 90s inspired shades ooze coolness and have quickly taken over the accessory game. The Dubai/New York based brand is now a staple for ‘model off duty’ looks and … Continue reading Roberi and Fraud: The new Instagram ‘It’ Brand

A Brief History Lesson on Vogue

This year marks the 125th anniversary of Vogue – arguably the world’s most famous and most influential fashion and society magazine. In its lifespan, Vogue has contributed over 400,000 pages of articles to a worldwide readership, claiming to reach 11 million readers in the US and 12.5 million internationally. With such credentials, it is hard to ignore the magazine’s dominance. If Vogue is, as it … Continue reading A Brief History Lesson on Vogue

The journey to Personal Style

Personal Style can be tricky. It is often hard to create something unique in a world where we are constantly bombarded with the latest trends and the influential voices of prolific social media presences. With the help of sites like Pinterest and Instagram, it isn’t hard to create an idea of the style you want to personify. I for one am guilty of endlessly pinning … Continue reading The journey to Personal Style

Model Off Duty: The It Girl’s Guide to a Casual Slay

What does it take to look effortless yet chic? To rock that #IWokeUpLikeThis vibe without actually appearing like you quite literally rolled out of bed? We look to the Queens of this ideal for guidance – Models. From Kendall Jenner’s wide range of denim jeans to Emily Ratjowski’s geekylish (yes I coined a new phrase for it) glasses – I don’t know about you but … Continue reading Model Off Duty: The It Girl’s Guide to a Casual Slay

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Alexandra Schulman relinquishes the ‘precious cargo’ that is British Vogue

Alexandra Shulman has edited the highly praised pages of British Vogue for more years than I have been alive. In the past 25 years, she has become as much an icon of modern fashion as the magazine itself has, seeing the publication through digital rebranding, increased diversity and artistic innovation. In honour of the ground-breaking work she has done, I thought it only appropriate to … Continue reading Alexandra Schulman relinquishes the ‘precious cargo’ that is British Vogue

Ten(Eleven) Style Icons You Should Know About…if I do say so myself

With as little authority as I hold in designating the world’s ‘Fashion Icons’, I still proceed to list the eleven (apparently I am an awful decision maker) people that inspire the many with their style and their lives. Of course, this list isn’t by any means exhaustive – nor is it hegemonic – and thus I can do nothing but apologise for not including the … Continue reading Ten(Eleven) Style Icons You Should Know About…if I do say so myself

Where does luxury fashion stand in a culture of abundance?

As the wild ride of the year 2016 draws to a close, reflection is unavoidable. What has happened? What does this mean? What have we learnt? It seems impossible to surmount the egregious events of a colossally game changing twelve months into just a few paragraphs. Maybe this is because I am yet still baffled by the nuances between right and wrong and good and … Continue reading Where does luxury fashion stand in a culture of abundance?

The Art of Androgyny: Gender Fluidity in Fashion

  The term ‘androgyny’ is one that’s been thrown around the fashion industry for a while now. Whilst it has always existed, it is during the past few years that the androgynous style has really taken centre stage and the act of blurring lines between genders has been a major focus of fashion houses such as Gucci and Louis Vuitton. By definition, androgyny promotes gender … Continue reading The Art of Androgyny: Gender Fluidity in Fashion

A Study in Style: The fashion of ‘Peaky Blinders’

Guest contributor Rishi Soneji takes us on a tour through the stylish, sultry wardrobe of grit-and-grime crime series Peaky Blinders. He offers us a personal insight into the stylistic choices of the show’s costume designer and lets us delve into his own wardrobe by putting together an outfit inspired by the dapper-edginess of the gang.  Peaky Blinders packs a punch. Whether it be in the contemporary indie-rock … Continue reading A Study in Style: The fashion of ‘Peaky Blinders’