Thursday, 29 October 2009

Pearly Kings and Queens

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Halloween Bouquet

This gorgeous arrangement is currently brightening up my desk, courtesy of Fortnum & Mason
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Tuesday, 27 October 2009

Specsavers Wearer of the Year Awards

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This Tuesday we were treated to delicious pink bubbly at the Specsavers Wearer of the Year Awards. Famous faces included Vic Reeves and Nancy Sorrel, Sophie Ellis Bextor (who was DJing), Vanessa Feltz, Hilary Alexander, Gok Wan (with his parents) plus Ben Shepherd and Jenni Falconer who hosted the awards. Goody bags were stuffed full with hair products, Gok Wan's book, a Red or Dead t-shirt and Specsavers vouchers for £150.

Halloween Special

Prangsta Costumiers, Mad World and The National Theatre Costume Hire in Time Out out today
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Wednesday, 14 October 2009


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Last night Juicy Couture celebrated the launch of their new London store. The waiters all looked like male models, with 'juicy' painted in red across their behinds. we drank (a lot) of champagne, and munched on mini hamburgers, macaroni cheese and fish and chips. upstairs was a cake display almost too beautiful to eat. goody bags were filled with sunglasses, perfume and a bejeweled pink and gold keyring

Tuesday, 13 October 2009

Petit Mal!

I was very excited when the third issue of Petit Mal made its way into my mail box. This time in larger newspaper format, the mag slash comic is a delight of fashion cut and paste. Look out for custom made magic eye prints and the fashion zombie centre spread.

100 Years of Menswear

Last Thursday (the 8th) we made our way down to the 100 Years of Menswear book launch, held at the Margaret Howell store on Wigmore Street. Author Cally Blackman was there to sign copies, while we enjoyed the wine and lusted over the store's classic tote bags - perfect for library books and laptops alike.


Long overdue, here’s a quick update of what’s been going on. Last Wednesday saw the launch of Shoreditch’s latest arts bar, The Book Club. The night featured DJ sets from Coco Sumner and resident artist Matthew Wowow. A venue for the East End’s “thinkers and drinkers”, the space will play host to a variety of regular events including Carousel Cabaret, Live Art Battles and workshops. Look out for the fashion workshop with PPQ on the 20th October.