Tuesday, 6 May 2014


So as you may or may not know, Kate Moss has returned to Topshop to launch a Spring/Summer collection (if you didn't where have you been?) And with a mix of reviews about it, I thought being a fashion blogger, of course, I had to give mine but this isn't the first time she's created a collection for the store (her first collection began back in 2007).

The collection: a mix of fringing, florals, studded detailing and all things shiny, which all in all, reflect Kate's own personal style. "I have really missed being involved in the design process, and working with the team at Topshop, I am very excited to create a new collection that bears my name. Now more than ever, with London being at the forefront of fashion, as it feels like I'm back home working with Topshop". I personally enjoyed viewing the collection at the front of Topshop in Manchester Arndale and could see a lot of Kate in it. Personally speaking, she's put a lot of personality into her collection, the question is, will there be more in the future?

Not seen the collection? Make sure to check it out, leave your comments below and as always, let's be social:

Saturday, 3 May 2014


The day is Thursday and I attend a fantastic little tea party at Vivienne Westwood's Manchester store down on Spring Gardens and a fantastic little tea party it was indeed. The intent: to showcase their brand new Spring/Summer Red Label and MAN collections for 2014. There were cupcakes with the logo of the house, champagne,macaroons and of course, iced lemon tea, which was served in the cutest little tea cups and saucers (floral may I add, which is totally appropriate for this season of Summer).

The collection was beautiful, a mixture of florals, the classic tartan, browns & khakis and of course classic tailoring mixed with the classic Vivienne Westwood signature logo: the orb (I literally had to hold back my credit card from buying the most beautiful bomber, so worth being in debt for). There were live models representing some of the pieces from the collection, which was so cool for us bloggers that don't get to attend a front row seat at fashion week. The inspiration for this collection you might ask: comes from some of Vivienne Westwood's favourite artists including Gustave Courbet, whose inspired the prints of florals and flowers for the Red Label collection where MAN was inspired by the British Empire and Indian Summers of oranges, reds and tartan prints.

Feel free to check out both the Red Label and MAN collections and as always, don't forget to comment below and let's be social:

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