With London Fashion Week on the horizon I wanted to do a daily flashback to my favourite spring/summer collections for 2015. I want to begin with the beautifully minimalist collection from Eudon Choi.
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Who doesn’t like receiving a massage? And what on earth is better than using a massage bar that smells gorgeous, is fab for your skin and is made from the finest selection of essential oils.
Here are three Lush massage bars that are perfect for Valentine’s Day gifts and start at only £5.95.
Percup Massage Bar “A rich and aromatic bar, loaded with caffeine and coffee beans to perk up your skin.” Ingredients include: Fair trade shea butter, whole coffee beans, extra virgin coconut oil, fair trade vanilla absolute. The Percup bar smells absolutely delicious (although it’s not edible!) As the bar is full of caffeine it’s a great product to boost the circulation and really wakes you up. Shop here: https://www.lush.co.uk/products/massage/percup
Pearl Massage Bar “Brimming with rose, argan oil and sago bubbles for a beautiful floral massage.” Ingredients include: Sicilian lemon oil, Argan oil, fair trade shea butter and rose oil. The Pearl massage bar contains sago bubbles which gently massage the skin and boost circulation. The fair trade shea butter nourishes and hydrates the skin leaving you feeling relaxed and refreshed. Shop here: https://www.lush.co.uk/products/massage/pearl
Yes Yes Yes Massage Bar “Made with Lust: our sexiest, sultriest, unadulterated jasmine fragrance. All the beautiful butters and oils in this bar mean it will glide easily onto the body, leaving its floral perfume to linger on your skin. It will have you turning heads all day long.” Ingredients include: Organic almond oil, sandalwood oil, extra virgin coconut oil, fair trade vanilla absolute. Shop here: https://www.lush.co.uk/products/massage/yes-yes-yes
Woodstock and Jimmy Hendrix inspire disco brights, craft embellishment and tough girl biker jacket styling.
I freakin’ love Peter Pilotto’s SS15 collection. There’s so much going on in this fabulous fruit salad mix that I was left completely captivated and head over heels in love from the first look. Braiding, sequins, texture, layering, colour, stripes, fringe….the list goes on.
If you love Rockabilly, Psychobilly & SteamPunk style you’ll already know about Egg & Chips Clothing. It’s the UK’s biggest and most awesome alternative online clothing retailer. Check it out here: www.eggnchipsclothing.co.uk
My favourite pieces from the website at the moment are…
Everybody adores Kate. It’s true. For me it’s because she’s such a babe, oh and I had a make-up artist once who told me she had done Kate’s make-up a few times and she was really lovely and down to earth. So here are a handful of awesome snaps of that brit girl Kate.
Taking the industry by storm, WonderLuk is now making printed jewellery in gold, silver and metal plating, and of course the coloured nylon pieces will always be available.
Designed by Emily Sato, WonderLuk’s cursive Love Ring tells someone that, well, you know, that you love them, but more importantly that you think they’re cool. The ring is available in eleven colours in hight tech nylon (£22), in sterling silver (£169), in gold-plated brass (£169) and in 18k red and yellow gold (£1,290).
WonderLuk is a new online boutique that celebrates the unique possibilities of 3D printing, bringing to life intricate shapes and unusual geometries as never seen before. All products are made to order within two weeks. WonderLuk’s striking range includes bracelets, rings, necklaces, earrings and iPhone cases available in nylon, 18k gold, sterling silver and gold-plated brass.
Hurrah! My green satchel has arrived. That means today is a really good day.
I received the classic style satchel in 15 inches from The Cambridge Satchel Company: http://goo.gl/q9jC0A This is the perfect size for carrying a laptop, a few bits of make-up, mobile phone, notepad and laptop charger. I’ve always loved green and gold as a duo so after deciding on the green leather I chose the gold heart and LW embossing.
Green is one of this year’s hottest colours due to the 1970s having a massive comeback.
On the occasion of Blondie’s 40th anniversary, Somerset House is showcasing a series of iconic and previously unpublished photographs by Chris Stein, co-founder of Blondie, providing a behind the scenes look on life in the trailblazing band, from their underground early days to global sell-out shows and chart domination. Blondie and other icons of the 70s and 80s new wave world, including Andy Warhol, David Bowie and The Ramones, are captured intimately and inimitably by Stein. Featuring over 50 images, the exhibition serves as a snapshot of the punk scene that Blondie pioneered and shows how their influence on music and fashion is just as relevant today as it was four decades ago.
The exhibition is on till 25/01/15 – free entry.
Vintage clothing has always played a massive part in my wardrobe and my boyfriend’s. That’s why on Sundays we venture to Brick Lane for vintage shopping, a pint of Guinness and a feed in the indoor food market.
On Sunday, whilst browsing the rainbow of retro shoes in Absolute Vintage (www.absolutevintage.co.uk) a pair of shoes caught my eye and instantly transported me back to being five years old, hopping round my mum’s bedroom in her 1980s floral M&S heels. I purchased them and spent Sunday evening hopping round my bedroom in my new 1980s floral M&S heels.
I told mum about the shoes and she got her ones out of the attic and has started wearing them again! They are exactly the same. What a fab vintage find. They’re super comfy and have been getting lots of admiring compliments since.
I couldn’t have had a more productive post-Bestival morning; sipping a Cappuccino and playing with my Bora Aksu S/S 2015 invite stickers. This is by far the coolest London Fashion Week invite so far.