Christmas Catch-Up With Jaeger’s Stuart Stockdale…


Earlier this week, we were fortunate enough to get a slot in Stuart Stockdale’s increasingly busy schedule. Fresh from a whistle-stop tour – presiding over Jaeger’s press-days and presentations in New York – he was kind enough to let us have an

Ghasi Algosaibi: Poet, Writer, Politician And Revolutionary…


Ghasi Algosaibi died on August 24, 2010. I’d heard of the man; seen his clever maple-syrup eyes in photos, his poems on online shelves. I knew of his revolutionary-style, structured house, lined with chairs and perspex cubes, and his son,

Kissing the Shirt


No dear reader, this post is not about a new range of T-shirts, nor is it about a new designer that has felt into the realms of our affection. This post is about football, and yes, you read that right.

Through The Looking Glass with Bridget Riley at The National Gallery


This week sees the launch of BRIDGET RILEY, PAINTINGS AND RELATED WORK, as the National Gallery’s Sunley Room plays canvas to the life and work of one of Britain’s most influential abstract artists. Displaying her selected paintings from 1946 to

Sketchbook @ The Design Museum


Sketchbook Magazine presents a night of live fashion events, as the white washed Design Museum becomes a canvas for a night of drawing, talks, exhibitions and interactive VJ-ing projection. Come and join us and be inspired by the calm minimalism

The Unknown Hipster


So the “The Unknown Hipster” doesn’t leave us with an accurate description of The Hipster himself, but do you necessarily want to be named when your artistic medium is a variety of Crayola and the limited creativity of a mere

Fashion with Passion


On Friday 22nd October I attended London’s first ever fashion show featuring disabled and able bodied models: Fashion with Passion. Created by HAFAD took place at Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College and showcased designs from both new talent and

Dubai Fashion Week SS11: El Deseo


The El Deseo fashion show started with the flow of kaftans. Chiffons swayed at every movement. Colours in a range orange, aqua blue, bright purple, powder and hot pinks were embroidered in a richness of crystals and beads, the edges

Dorchester Collection Fashion Prize Grand Final


An intimate event, it began with a champagne reception, smoothly leading to new faces from Models1 gliding down the the runway showcasing key pieces from the designers’ collections. Sat front row were the prolific judges - Manolo Blahnik, Stephen Jones,Daphne Guiness, Elizabeth Saltzman, Gianluca

Shanghai Tang Bloggers Breakfast


Shanghai Tang has long been an luxury brand with internationally-situated stores and a reputation for workmanship and oriental heritage design. Yesterday morning saw the gathering of London’s fashion-blogosphere at the Sloane Street store for a breakfast to introduce us to